Describing it as ‘Southern Spain’s Sweet Spot’, the Wall Street Journal recently published a feature on Sotogrande that will have reached hundreds of thousands of high net worth readers, not just in the USA but across the world.
The feature that came out in early April in the prestigious American newspaper introduced its American and international readership to Sotogrande, as it described the origins, setting, characteristics and the philosophy that went into its creation in the 1960s. The article naturally focused on Sotogrande’s privileged setting in a ‘sweet spot’ between Marbella and Gibraltar, its magnificent views and green surroundings, and a lifestyle that draws both a national and a global elite to its sandy shores.
Names such as Valderrama, Robert Trent Jones Sr., Nick Faldo and of course the Sotogrande marina were dropped, as the feature described the luxury residential resort, its amenities and the ambitious plans of Sotogrande S.A. In the process of doing so, the writers also interviewed some of the international homeowners and asked them what it was that attracted them to this part of Southern Spain or why they are putting their properties on the market.
Most of the latter cite family reasons for leaving, while those coming to Sotogrande have chosen it because of the space, views, quality of amenities, golf and the refined, understated chic it exudes.
Also mentioned was the fact that Sotogrande is a very family-friendly location with a great deal of outdoor activities, as well as a first class range of real estate to choose from.
Sotogrande speaks to a discerning international clientele of high net worth who cherish the privacy and elegant sophistication it offers. For more information about the properties for sale in Sotogrande and the unique lifestyle to be enjoyed here, contact Holmes Property Sales.
The original article can be read hereBy The Holmes Team ·