What do Andy Murray, Elena Baltacha and Tim Henman all have in common? They all used La Manga Club to build their tennis career.
The resort, famous for being Murcia's most popular golf destination, is also a smash hit on the tennis courts - a tradition set to continue as the former Davis Cup venue serves up 10 two-bedroom apartments that come with free La Manga sports membership for a year.
The apartments are part of Las Lomas Village, a community in
La Manga Club, which provides all the comfort and class a tennis pro could
expect. Offered with 100 per cent finance, the properties are already
discounted by up to 54 per cent from the market's peak, a volley of savings
that makes investing easier than losing to Novak Djokovic.
As well as La Manga's iconic 28 tennis courts, Las Lomas gives owners access to eight football pitches, a hilltop spa, swimming pools and an on-site beach. 30 days free usage per year and 11 late-notice bookings of up to six days provide more than enough time for buyers to brush up on their baseline rallies.
But in addition to the five-star facilities, investors are also guaranteed 35 per cent of the village's gross rental revenues until 2023 - an income set to be boosted by Murcia's upcoming Paramount Theme Park and nearby international airport.
With the properties fully-managed at no extra
cost, Las Lomas Village is a grand slam opportunity, even for non-tennis fans.
Steve Long, Director of UK Murcia Investment comments: "La Manga Club has always been known as a holiday destination and training ground for sporting stars, such as Andy Murray, but Las Lomas lets investors enjoy the same world-class facilities at barely any cost. Coupled with the guaranteed rental income and exclusive finance package in the fastest recovering region of Spain, it really is an ace investment opportunity - no pun intended."
As the 28 courts prepare to host the first La Manga Club Cup this summer, Las Lomas' two-bedroom apartments mean that tennis isn't the only thing worth making a racket about.
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