Many people don't realise that Marbella is actually also a very Spanish town. This gives it a more cosmopolitan air, with a sense of cool rather than tacky glitz. The back streets of the old part of town are beautiful. Tiny pretty little cobbled lanes, leading to the central "Orange Square", have old bougainvillea plants trailing off their walls, little boutiques and some excellent authentic restaurants, tapas bars, street cafes and funky late bars.
This one centurie-old town house is built in three floors. On the ground floor there is a large kitchen, two bedrooms, a small patio and one bathroom. On the first floor there is a large room which could be divided in two. In the third a solarium. This property needs to be reformed.
The street where is located is quiet one.