As Spain is predicted to be the most popular second home destination in 2011 by A Place in the Sun Magazine*, PGA Catalunya open sales for their spectacular apartment buildings in one of the country’s premium residential communities.
- Ideally situated at the centre of the estate, these residences in the La Selva neighbourhood will set golf and nature lovers’ hearts racing thanks to their enviable position showcasing beautiful views over the 18th fairway of the famous Stadium Course. Designed by leading Barcelona based architects Damian and Francisco Ribas, each unit features contemporary glass walls to extend living areas and monopolise the exquisite views and high specification interiors.
These properties will function as the perfect holiday home, primary residence or indeed rental investment facilitated by PGA’s own rental management support system. Spacious two and three bedroom apartments are available and offer well appointed kitchens, modern living areas and airy master bedrooms. The larger properties enjoy pergolas, sun terraces and can be designed to incorporate plunge pools and landscaped gardens. They are set in landscaped gardens and have been designed to be as energy efficient as possible with ceramic tile roofs and solar energy for heating water. A private golf-front walking path leads homeowners to the Clubhouse and Residents’ Club which includes a 20m outdoor swimming pool, gym, saunas, Jacuzzis, spa treatment rooms and a cafe.
British couple Robin and Debbie Howe have just bought a three bedroom apartment at PGA Catalunya and believe that the resort ‘is one of Spain’s best kept secrets. The fabulous weather, year round climate, relaxed culture, friendly Catalan people, exquisite facilities and exceptional architectural design make this a place you can easily call home and would want to spend every moment of your free time.’
Prices: 2 bedroom 107 sqm apartments are available from €325,000. 3 bedroom 187 sqm apartments are available from €550,000.
* Based on research conducted by A Place in the Sun magazine 17.11.10