Botanic – La Reserva de Alcuzcuz, Benahavis (Malaga)

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Botanic is a unique development, created in accordance with the criteria of sustainability, ecology and bioclimatic architecture. The buildings constructed on different ground levels optimize the views and provide an exceptional panorama of the surrounding area.

The gardened areas are a major part of the design, respecting the variety of species and indigenous trees in the area, with vertical gardens and green corridors that link each of the phases and envelop the residential buildings within a unique natural environment.

The development comprises 92 bright and spacious 3 bedroom homes, with incredible large terraces, all south facing. The 4 storey buildings are crowned by spacious penthouses with a modern design and spectacular solariums from which you can enjoy the views all day long from dawn to dusk.

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These homes have been designed with spacious rooms, exceeding the current market standards. The modern distribution integrates the kitchen with the living room and terrace.

Private garage space and storage room, included in the price.

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These homes are delivered fully equipped with high quality modern finishes. Highlights include cream coloured marble throughout, large tiles in the bathrooms, wide patio doors to the terrace, top of the range kitchen appliances and sanitary fittings, LED lighting, air conditioning and heated flooring in bathrooms, all as standard.

Botanic has been created in accordance with the criteria of sustainability and environmentally friendly architecture. These homes have minimal energy consumption and protect the environment by using solar panels, high-quality thermal insulation and sound-proofing and hold a “B” energy certificate.

Scheduled delivery date:

  • Phase 1:  All sold out.
  • Phase 2: May 2019. Now for sale! First-occupation license available
  • Phase 3: July 2020. Now for sale!

Special offer to Botanic clients:

Los Arqueros Golf & Country Club offers a 20% price discount.


60 years building homes in Spain

Property typologies: Apartment, Penthouse, Groundfloor
Includes: Underground parking, Storeroom, Communal swimming pool, Lift, Communal garden, Air conditioning, Heating, Underfloor heating
Others: Sea views, Golf views, Close to the beach, Terrace
Energy certificate: Download file
Energy qualification: B


From 355.000€
3 beds
2 baths
133.7 m2
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63 m2


From 435.000€
3 beds
2 baths
130.92 m2
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63.2 m2


From 680.000€
3 beds
3 baths
142.88 m2
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42.67 m2


This new build residential development is to be found in one of the most exclusive areas of Benahavis: La Reserva de Alcuzcuz, located on the Ronda road, between the golf courses La Quinta and Los Arqueros Golf. With a privileged south-facing position and on high ground that provides amazing panoramic views of the Los Arqueros Golf course, the sea and the natural beauty of the surrounding area.

A place to live and enjoy the sunrise as much as the sunset. Extremely well connected, you can choose between enjoying a day playing golf, the sunshine and the beach, and not forgetting the wide choice of gastronomy on offer in Benahavis, Marbella, Puerto Banús or the new San Pedro Boulevard.

Botanic is a place of residence where serenity and tranquillity reign although the best in leisure experiences and activities in Marbella are available within a radius of just 5 km.

Botanic – la Reserva de Alcuzcuz – Gardens

The intention with this garden proposal is to create a botanical journey through the five continents that have vegetation (the sixth continent, Antarctica, does not have any).

We have started with Europe, endowing it with a larger extension to the rest, with the intention of integrating it with the adjoining Mediterranean landscape. Hence, the use of pine trees (Pinus pinea and Pinus pinaster), cork oaks (Quercus suber) and gall oaks (Quercus faginea), in addition to the typical Mediterranean bushes and other species found here.

In Africa, the idea is to create a very fast journey from north to south, where we find from the very well-known palm trees that are commonplace in many gardens on the Costa del Sol, like the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera) or the drago palm (Dracaena draco) to other less frequent ones, more typical of subtropical jungles, until we reach a Mediterranean-like vegetation, with plants of South African origin, including calodendrum (Calodendron capense), coral tree (Erythrina kaffra) or the Ficus lyrata.

The space dedicated to Asia seeks the notoriety of arboreal specimens with spectacular flowering, like the Judas tree (Cercis siliquastrum), the purple orchid tree (Bauhinia purpurea) or chinaberry tree (Melia azedarach) together with more exotic representatives, such as the ginkgo tree (Gingko biloba) or the Himalayan cedar (Cedrus deodara), which acclimatise well to our micro-climate. Also, some bushes equally as blooming, like the Chinese hibiscus (Hibiscus rosasinensis).

It is on the Australian continent where we find most similitude with the Mediterranean climate we have here. Species known to all the amateur gardeners, like the cultivar (Callistemon spp), mimosas (Acacia spp.), lilawarra flame tree (Brachychyton acerifolia) or small red flower eucaliptus trees (Eucalyptus ficifolia) shall be used combined with notably blooming bushy species such as paperbarks.

The American continent presents a truly spectacular habitat diversity where we find from desert landscapes with an immense variety of cacti to one of the largest jungles of the planet, such as the Amazonas. This diversity is the reason for wanting to create a representation of cacti and succulent plants (Agave, Aloe, true cacti, etc.), plants that are widely used in our area for their spectacular blooming, such as the jacaranda (Jacaranda mimosaefolia), the silk floss tree (Ceiba speciosa) or tipa (Tipuana tipu), among many others; and even some spectacular connifers, as is the case of the sequoias (Sequoiadendrum giganteum).

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