Detached properties in Spain come in the form of mansions and palaces or villas.

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These properties are generally owned by foreigners or wealthy Spanish nationals. These may be in complexes, with shared communal gardens and a pool, or small individual plots.

Older villas tend to be one storey and often need renovation work, as the construction quality may be poor; new properties however, will usually be at least two storeys and of a higher quality.

Again, if the villa forms part of a community property, owners must abide by the rules and regulations and pay community fees.


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