The top floor consists of a corridor containing a master bedroom with en–suite bathroom, another double bedroom and a single room opening onto the roof terrace. There is also a further bathroom.
Third Floor (Click on photos to enlarge):
The corridor spans the length of the top floor. It has a galleried landing that looks down two floors to the winter lounge. The floor is tiled.
The master bedroom, which was once an artist's studio, is 22 m2 in size (13ft x 18ft). It has a double–glazed window which looks out to the mountains and a 4 metre–long double–glazed skylight that provided north light for painting in days gone by.
There is sufficient room for a double bed, coffee table and chairs, chest of drawers, dressing–table and wardrobe. Cold and hot air–conditioning is also fitted.
The ensuite has a wash–basin with cupboard under, bidet, toilet and good–sized shower cubicle. There is also a 240V electric socket, a 240V/110V shaver socket, and a heated towel rail.
Fourth Double Bedroom:
The fourth double bedroom is 12.6 m2 (approx 14ftx10ft). It also contains an airing–cupboard and a separate hot water cylinder for the third bathroom (see below).
This is an economical arrangement whereby the extra boiler only has to be turned on when the third bathroom is in use.
The window is fitted with a new persiana and there is also cold and hot air–conditioning.
This refurbished bathroom is fitted with a hand–basin, toilet, bidet and a larger than average step–in shower.
The floor is heated, there is a heated towel rail and also a full–length storage cupboard.
This is a single room with fitted cupboards, a new persiana, and cold and hot aircon.
It is currently being used as an office. It has a phone socket and an internet connection that is networked to all the other floors.
The room has direct access to the roof terrace through a security door.
The roof terrace can be accessed either via the fifth bedroom or by way of an attractive iron circular staircase from the patio by the pool. It is 22 m2 in area (14ftx17ft approx.)
There is a stunning view across the valley to Mijas mountain. It spans more than 180 degrees, from Alhaurin el Grande in the East round to Monda and the Sierra de las Nieves mountains in the West. The header photo for the website shows just part of the view.
There is ample room to seat 6–8 people. It is fitted with a remote controlled electric toldo (awning). There is lighting, an electric socket and a water supply.