JamesEdition currently lists 60,347 homes for sale in Spain.
Luxury homes in have between 1 and 265 bedrooms and averages 646 ㎡ in size. The most popular property types are Villa (33,916) and Apartment (10,723). The average listing price of these homes is between 487,456 USD and 76,616,881 USD with the average price being 1,756,524 USD.
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Discover the definitive selection of the country's best mansions, villas and houses.
Spain is a major destination for international luxury real estate hunters. This is where an affluent buyer can find the diverse selection of upscale properties and a growing supply of new build houses.
According to JamesEdition’s own data, there are six major destinations in Spain that attract international buyers.
Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol: charming beachfront houses and new-build villas
Costa Blanca and Costa del Sol remain the ever-popular coastal areas with most sought-after homes and villas located in Alicante, Malaga, Marbella, Almeria, Nerja, Javea and Torrevieja.
In Costa del Sol, La Zagaleta and Puerto Banus boast impressive mansions and maintain the reputation as the most desirable in ultra-luxury communities.
Mallorca: Rural Mansions, Country Homes & Golf Properties
Mallorca leads the list of the most attractive Spanish islands outrunning other Balearic Islands and Canaries.
Areas in the southwest of Mallorca such as Port d’Andratx, Santa Ponsa and residential areas close to Port Adriano are especially popular as they are home to international schools, yachting marinas and golf courses. Golf villas and coastal homes there are especially popular with German, Swiss, Scandinavian and Russian buyers.
Son Vida is a residential area close to Palma de Mallorca, located at a high altitude and surrounded by golf courses. Its mansions and ample villas overlooking the city are especially loved by German and Swiss investors.
Andalucia: Upscale Farmhouses, Wineries and Equestrian Estates
Andalucia is the go-to destination for high-end buyers interested in equestrian and wine estates, rural country homes and modern farmhouses. But one can also find a historic mansion within the area.
Madrid and Barcelona: Modern Penthouses, Historic Mansions, Coastal Homes
Madrid and Barcelona seduce real estate investors with its competitive pricing trends combined with a relaxed Spanish lifestyle and mild climates.
Buyers used to think of Spain’s coastal regions as the major areas for real estate investing. But according to experts, investing in exclusive assets in the prime areas of large cities gives investors assets that are insured both by short-term and long-term capital gains.
These cities additionally offer a diverse choice of real estate, from architectural mansions to smaller villas, 2-3 bedroom apartments or (speaking of Barcelona) charming coastal homes.