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HG Hamburg: Real Estate Highlights for 2017

Looking back at their top properties of 2017, HG Hamburg real estate company selected three examples that best illustrate this year’s trends in real estate, architecture and lifestyle.

 

 

With an impressive portfolio and background, the Hanseatische Gesellschaft, founded in Hamburg in 1970 by Walter Arp, gained its fame and reputation, among others, also by presenting the magnificent villas of the northern Costa Blanca by means of complex lighting arrangements and best photographic technology, even long before the era of digital photography. Professionally designed presentations characterize the Hanseatische Gesellschaft’s concept of marketing to the present day. As they say: “our own specially produced in-house magazine, el sueno (The Dream), forms a part of that and is issued annually with a selection of current properties.  This printed publication is, undoubtedly, something unusual on the coast, and supplements, in a special way, the company’s website.” Also the company’s website is designed, in terms of photography and information, within the same guidelines of an architecture magazine, making thus a different approach to the real estate market, in terms of style and presentation. For an in-depth review of locations, styles and features that made the top of 2017 for HG Hamburg, here are three properties, with their detailed descriptions.

 

 

Grandiose Oase: the Mediterranean Oasis

Moraira, Costa Blanca North

 

 

This imposing villa, a perfectly balanced blend of Levatine inspired architecture, classical décor and modern fittings, is situated in south-facing, sloping position with a stunning view of the Mediterranean Sea and the idyllic coastline area.

 

 

 

The villa, secluded and embedded amidst typically Mediterranean exterior areas with magnificent palm and olive trees, not to mention a striking swimming pool, surrounded by blissful terraces and a dreamlike summer kitchen, stone lions, baronial seat formations, romantic lights, exotic plants and original, unique pieces, extends over virtually two levels in which the so-called ground-floor occupies the major part.

 

 

 

 

Due to the sloping location and the landscaping of the plot, not only does a truly picturesque view emerge, but the floor-plan of the villa is also impressive and interesting with a multifold design, a double-garage just behind the entrance being a practical example. A heated indoor pool of comfortable proportions, with a sauna, shower, jacuzzi and a wellness area, definitely possesses something akin to a homely spa and at least one of the five bathrooms is ripe for filming. The three kitchens, however, are a pure treat for the eyes, in which the main kitchen, with seating for six, is simply grandiose, timelessly chic, classically elegant and breathtakingly beautiful.

 

 

 

 

The villa was built in 1997 on a plot of 1,740 square meters. The constructed area comprises 662 square meters with 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, 2 lounges, one dining room, a pool of 15 metres, and a garage.

 

 

Villa Poseidon: the Contemporary Openness

Dénia, Costa Blanca North

This magnificent contemporary villa, with great location and generous garden with infinity pool, offers spectacular panoramic views over the city of Dénia.

 

 

 

 

The villa has its project completed in 2017. The plot has an area of 1,007 square metres, and the total constructed area of 405 square metres comprises 3 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms, kitchen, lounge, dining room, and exterior pool of 8 by 4 metres. The villa also has a garage.

 

 

 

 

Villa Carmen: the Classical Mansion

Pedreguer, Costa Blanca North

The Villa Carmen, a magnificent specimen of Levantine architecture, is situated in a sophisticated, international neighbourhood, with a majestic view towards the Costa Blanca landscape.

 

 

This superb villa with pleasant classic façade decorations and beautiful arches, extends over three levels, skillfully embedded within the extraordinarily superior exterior areas. The garden design includes gigantic Bonsai trees, an Arabic fountain and a Roman pool, as well as a suite of garden furniture and a magical, authentic and professionally fitted summer kitchen and outside bar.

 

 

 

 

Additionally, the rooms inside the villa are exceptional: bright, open-plan and interconnecting, of pleasant dimensions and exceedingly beautiful; the bathrooms and the kitchen possess fabulous fittings of the highest level of quality, while light coloured floors, indirect ceiling lighting and conservatively refined and classically modern fittings create an easy-going ambience of well-being, with a privileged colonial style and a hint of adventure. The master bedroom of this villa is a true gem, with its original open floor design including the Roman built-in bathtub, originally fitted with 4 delicate columns, in the space of the room, and its ensuite bathroom placed adjacently.

 

 

 

 

The villa was built in 2008 on a plot of 1000 square metres. The constructed surface of 531 square metres comprises 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 2 lounges, kitchen and dining room, a pool of 10 by 5 metres. A notable detail in fittings is its floor heating.

 

 

 

 

For more information visit HG Hamburg website: www.hg-hamburg.de or call them at 966468402.

 

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