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The most expensive house in Spain has been revealed, and you’ll need a spare few million if you’re thinking of making an offer.
If you’ve got a spare €50 million lying around you could be in with a chance of owning the most expensive house located in Spain. Situated near Marbella on the country’s south coast, the palatial villa is fit for a king. We take a look around one of the most exclusive addresses in the country.
The whitewashed villa on the country’s southern coast is on sale for a cool €50 million (£45 million, US$57 million).
Located in the exclusive neighbourhood of Las Brisas near Marbella – famed for its members-only golf course – the 2,632 square-metre villa has fantastic views over the Mediterranean from its palm tree-lined pool.
It comprises the main house containing six suites, and two guest houses with a combined eight suites.
For those wanting a relaxing break, the villa also comes with its very own spa and fitness centre, kitted out with gym equipment, a Turkish bath and a Jacuzzi.
The house topped the list of the 10 most expensive properties currently for sale in Spain, released this week by property website Idealista.
Other homes on the list include a villa in Mijas on Spain’s south coast, which has its own 160-metre private beach, 12 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a tennis court and swimming pool – all for just €35 million (£31.3 million, US$40 million).
The third most expensive home in Spain is on the Balearic Island of Mallorca. The mansion-like villa, near Alcudía, is on the market for €30 million (£27 million, US$34 million) and includes indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a tennis court, staff accommodation and even its own heliport for guests arriving by helicopter.