Bay View Terraces, situated in Rosia Road, is a few metres from a popular supermarket and there is also a petrol station near at hand. Camp Bay and Little Bay beaches are a mere ten-minute walk away. Bay View offers wonderful views of the Bay and private, underground parking. There is also a regular bus service to and from town
Buena Vista Mews is a private development situated in Gibraltar’s tranquil and beautiful South District district. Only a short drive or bus ride from Main Street. The Mews, with it’s five town houses, is modern yet sits well in the surroundings and offers beautiful sea views. Private parking is included.
Buena Vista Park Villas is a gated community set on the historic site of the old British Army ‘Buena Vista Battery’. In Gibraltar’s South District and overlooking Camp and Little Bay beaches from the cliffs and with amazing views across the Bay and Straits to Spain and Africa, yet with quick access to Europa Road. A short walk to Europa Point and the bus stop for the regular bus to Main Street for the shops, restaurants and bars
Buena Vista Road is a quiet, short, residential road in Gibraltar’s South District. Off Europa Road and Naval Hospital Hill, it features several carefully restored former MOD properties and some newer built residences. Europa Point is but a few minutes away, as is the bus stop for the regular bus service to Main Street and the shops, restaurants and bars.
As the name implies, Clifftop House sits atop the cliffs on Windmill Hill and offers unrivalled views in all directions. A high end, luxury apartment block, finished to a very high standard and well away from town, Clifftop House has private parking and a communal pool
Situated in Cumberland Road, and with private parking, Cumberland Terraces offers easy access to a busy supermarket and to popular beaches of Camp Bay and Little Bay. There is also a handily situated petrol station a short distance away and a regular bus service to town
Edward House is a beautifully and carefully restored and converted ex MOD property. Situated in the South District, on Europa Road, just opposite the former Royal Naval Hospital. The weather in South District is better than in town, and Edward House is only a short walk from Europa Point. A regular bus service to town and the shops and restaurants serves the area.
Set in Gibraltar’s South District, Elliot’s Battery is a popular with families. Set in Gibraltar’s South District and off Europa Road, it is quiet and peaceful, with plenty safe, open spaces for the kids. A short stroll from Europa Point and the bus stop for the excellent regular service to town and the shops, Elliot’s battery enjoys better weather than the town.
Europa Mews is off Europa Road, a stone’s throw from the former Royal Naval Hospital in Gibraltar’s popular South District. A short stroll from Europa Point and enjoying better weather than the town, the Mews is a few steps from a bus stop for the excellent service to and from town and the shops and restaurants
Europa Road stretches from Southport Gates, and the town, to Europa Point and is the main artery serving the popular South District. Along its length there are numerous developments to suit most tastes and pockets. The excellent and regular bus service provides easy access to the town, with it’s shops and restaurant and to Europa Point
Jumpers, situated on Rosia Road, close to the Alameda Gardens and a busy supermarket, offers a degree of tranquillity, yet is quite close to town. There is also a regular bus service to Rosia Bay for access to Camp bay and Little Bay beaches in one direction and town in the other
Lord Napier Mews is on Rodger’s Road. Formerly an MOD married quarters, part of which dates back to 1879, Lord Napier Mews has been carefully, tastefully and sensitively restored and offers wonderful views of the Bay. Quiet and secluded, yet a stroll from the hustle and bustle of Main Street and the shops and restaurants
Mount Road is a spur off Europa Road in the South District that leads through a quiet group of secluded, high-quality residences nestling in the hillside. One of Gibraltar’s hidden gems and a mere five-minute drive to town and a short walk to the bus stop. Europa Point and the Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque and the Our Lady of Europe shrine, is also a short drive away
Mount View is on Mount Road, nestling in the hillside amidst the quiet resident villas and exclusive apartments. A mere five-minute drive to town and a short walk to the bus stop. Europa Point with the Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque and the Shrine of Our Lady of Europe, is also a short drive away
Naval Hospital Hill stretches from Naval Hospital Road to Europa Road. With a mixture of thoughtfully restored former MOD properties and newer builds, Naval Hospital Hill is quiet, yet just a short way from Europa Road and the regular bus service to town and Europa Point with the Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque and the Shrine of Our Lady of Europe
Constructed in the 1960s. Rosbay Court is next to Sunnyside Side in Naval Hospital Road. The apartments have incredible views over the Bay and Straits towards Spain and Africa. St Joseph's Middle School is just around the corner and there is a regular bus service to town
Rosia Plaza overlooks historic Rosia Bay where the body of Admiral Nelson was brought ashore after the Battle of Trafalgar. With private parking and gymnasium, Rosia Plaza is a short stroll from Camp Bay and Little Bay Beaches. There is also a regular bus service to town
Constructed in the 1960s. Sunnyside House is next to Rosbay Court in Naval Hospital Road. The apartments have incredible views over the Bay and Straits towards Spain and Africa. St Joseph's Middle School is just around the corner and there is a regular bus service to town
On Windmill Hill Road, branching off Europa Road, Sunset Close offers a range of four and five bedroom Town Houses, Maisonettes and Penthouses, all commanding stunning views of the bay and Strait of Gibraltar.has splendid views over the Bay, private parking and a pool. There is a bus stop for town and Europa Point a few metres away. The Nature Reserve is also close by.
The Anchorage sits overlooking the historic Rosia Bay, an excellent example of how design can make the most of location, climate and historical setting. The scheme was conceived by award-winning architects Saville Jones, and developed by the Montagu Group with completion in 2010.
The Cliftons, an elegant development in the South District of Gibraltar, sits proud and quiet on either side of Europa Road, the main north to south route, and just a few minutes drive from the open spaces and magnificent views over the Straits of Gibraltar and towards the mountains of northern Morocco from Europa Point.
The Mount is on Europa Road and is said to have been built in 1797. For over two hundred years it was the home of the most senior naval officers in Gibraltar, today it is owned by the Government of Gibraltar and is a popular venue for weddings and events. The building is situated half-way up the rock, surrounded by gardens, bougainvillea and greenery.
The Sanctuary is inside a private gated enclave, complete with 24/7 manned security lodge and CCTV surveillance. The villas are located at 110m above sea level on the Rock of Gibraltar, bordering the nature reserve and offering stunning views of the Bay of Gibraltar and the coast of North Africa, yet only a very short distance to the heart of all local amenities, schools and Gibraltar’s business sector.
Carlton House development in Gibraltar will soon be renovated into nine high luxury homes. Most will have spectacular views to the bay of Gibraltar where you can enjoy watching the sunset on your spacious terrace. It is situated in the beautiful and tranquil Gibraltar south district, a stone’s throw away from St Joseph’s infant and middle school. Making this property a great investment opportunity in Gibraltar for starters and young families. Each home will be equipped with double glazing windows, high ceilings, porcelain flooring, air conditioning, underfloor heating, Electric internal blinds, fitted wardrobes and kitchen appliances.
The design of the development takes the surroundings into careful consideration, creating a building that is blended with the landscape, achieving this through a stepped profile with the gradual recession of terraces. This softens the edges and form of the building and is enhanced by a curvilinear frontage with curved balcony terraces.