Properties for sale in Estepona
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Properties for sale in Estepona; for anyone looking to invest in a holiday rental or wishing to relocate to the Costa del Sol, they’re an excellent choice. Here at Bromley Estates Marbella, we can help to find your ideal home.
As a premier estate agent in this area, our portfolio features a diverse range of Estepona properties, with something to suit all needs, tastes, preferences, and budgets. We continuously search the market for the best options and can guide you step-by-step through the full buying process.
So, why not take a look today and see what this popular resort has to offer?
What type of properties are for sale in Estepona?
Properties in Estepona cover all the bases.
From traditional two-bedroom townhouses and apartments to stylish ten-bedroom villas, there’s something here to match everyone’s property ‘wish list’. Both new build and re-sale options are available. Many of which are located along the coastline, with direct access to the beach. Whilst others can be found tucked into the mountain valleys, offering spectacular views out to sea.
Many developments are situated either on or near award-winning golf courses (just a short walk from the first tee!). You’ll also find several exclusive club resorts, in which properties are built inside a private gated community and provide access to a wide range of 5* on-site facilities.
Whatever comprises your idea of a dream Spanish home, the chances are, you’ll find it in Estepona. Homes in this area are the perfect place to sit back, soak up the sun, and truly relax. In addition, compared to nearby resorts such as Marbella, you can expect to get a lot more for your money.
Is a property in Estepona right for me?
Sitting at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja mountains, Estepona is located to the west of Puerto Banús and Marbella and encompasses a range of beautiful beachside resorts. Two of the most popular include Playa del Cristo and Playa la Rada – where properties are perfectly placed to enjoy a relaxed and laidback atmosphere, whilst also offering easy access to the main tourist hotspots.
Over the years, the resort has undergone significant development. It has a fantastic selection of high-end boutiques, fashion houses, bars, and restaurants – including fine dining venues, such as the Michelin-starred, El Lido. It’s also home to 30 world-class golf courses. Therefore, if you’re looking for a slice of luxury, it certainly won’t disappoint.
Yet, despite this growth, it’s still managed to retain its ‘pueblo blanco’ charm. Above all, Estepona is simply a traditional Spanish neighbourhood and a very calm and beautiful place to live.
The buildings are whitewashed, the promenade is lined with palm trees, classic tapas bars and chiringuitos can be found along the beach. In recent years, it’s even transformed itself into the ‘Garden of the Costa del Sol’, as avenues and plazas have been filled with colourful flowers and many of the streets have become fully pedestrianised. The result is truly breathtaking.
Protected by a tall mountain range, Estepona benefits from a superb microclimate – with up to 325 sunny days per year. It offers a fantastic cross-section of leisure activities and cultural sights, and the resort is well-connected – with easy access to the coastal highway and international airports.
What’s more, the cost of living is relatively low. Which is why, Estepona real estate is a very popular option for families, couples and retirees who are looking to move to Spain permanently.
How much does Estepona real estate cost?
Estepona property prices vary greatly depending on the style, size, and location chosen.
Some homes can be found at the top end of the price scale, valued at €20,000,000 or more. As you might expect, these are the crème de la crème of property in the Costa del Sol; spacious, set on expansive plots of private land, with state-of-the-art facilities and a refined, luxurious style.
But rest assured, this isn’t the only option available to buyers.
Generally, prices in Estepona are below Marbella’s level – and most people can find a property within their designated budget. You certainly don’t have to spend a fortune to reside in this beautiful resort. Plenty of stunning homes can be snapped up for a bargain, sometimes under €100,000. So if you believe it could be the perfect location for you, it’s worth getting in touch with our team.
Ready to view houses for sale in Estepona?
We’re happy to be of assistance. For further information on Estepona real estate, or to book a viewing, either give us a call on +34 952 939 460 (+44 208 068 7606) or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
We have excellent insight into this area and can guide you towards your dream home in the sun.
Which is the best area to buy property in Estepona?
This depends on your personal preferences.
The New Golden Mile – located to the east of the municipality – is one of the most developed areas. Taking its name from the original ‘Golden Mile’, properties in this area are of the same high calibre and are designed to facilitate a luxurious way of life. La Duquesa is another popular option. Just a short drive away, this is a quaint beachside resort and a more peaceful alternative to Estepona.
If you’re unsure on the right location for you, why not get in touch with our team? We have fantastic insight into these areas, as well as the properties for sale across Estepona. Tell us what you have in mind – and how you like to spend your days – and we’ll help to identify the perfect neighbourhood.
Is property in Estepona a good investment?
Of course, it’s easy to understand why. Thanks to its excellent location, range of amenities and luxurious yet authentic character, Estepona appeals to almost everyone. And whether you’re looking to relocate yourself or wish to purchase a house for rental, it’s a highly worthwhile investment.
Is Estepona a tourist destination?
There’s no denying, Estepona is a popular holiday destination. It has all the usual tourist facilities – hotels, shops, bars, restaurants, leisure activities, cultural sights. The busy resorts of Marbella and Puerto Banús are all just a short drive to the east. It’s also possible to reach Sotogrande and the international airport of Gibraltar in approximately 30 minutes and Málaga Airport in less than an hour.
As such, properties in Estepona are often bought by investors looking to make a solid rental return.
But it’s important to note, this is only a small part of its character.
The holiday season is limited to the summer months and, despite the influx of tourism, Estepona has managed to maintain its true Andalusian charm. At its heart, it’s still just a peaceful and traditional fishing village – with colourful pedestrianised streets, a weekly artisan market, authentic Spanish eateries at every turn, and some of the quietest beaches in the Costa del Sol. If you’re looking for somewhere to relax and enjoy a laidback Spanish lifestyle, it certainly won’t disappoint.
How can I start my search for an Estepona property?
Once you have an idea of your ideal Estepona property, you can then start your search by using our online ‘property search function’. This allows you to filter the houses for sale in Estepona by location, type, price and the number of bedrooms.
Alternatively, you’re always welcome to contact our specialists. We’ve helped countless clients find their dream property in this area over the last 11 years – and we could do the same for you. Just tell us what you’re looking for and we will search the market for suitable options and arrange viewings on your behalf.
How much does it cost to live in Estepona?
Despite the high quality of life it can offer, the cost of living in Estepona is relatively low.
For a start, properties for sale in Estepona often have a smaller price tag compared to similar properties in the UK and Europe. Day-to-day bills (e.g. household utilities, fuel, tax) also tend to cost less, and food and drink are much cheaper.
Whether you’re a working family or a retired couple drawing a pension, your money will stretch much further and it’s possible to live very comfortably on a fairly small budget.