Arcos Gardens Golf Club & Country Estate has become part of the Registry Collection timeshare exchange programme.
Developed by Spanish firm Novaterra Resorts, the Arcos Gardens golf course opened in 2006 and is the work of the in-house design team at American firm Landmark Land. The 440-acre property, located near the famous hilltop town of Arcos de la Frontera in Cadiz province, was a former olive grove.
With planning permission for a total of 535 homes, the first three residential phases comprising 80 townhouses and 43 villas have already been completed. Ten of the development’s Jacaranda villas will initially be sold on a fractional basis and be affiliated with the Registry Collection giving owners a holiday exchange option in a selection of the programme’s associated properties worldwide.
These four-bedroom villas, with 381 sq m of built space and front line golf plots of over 3,000 sq m, will have a starting price of €199,900 for an eighth fractional ownership share of the property allowing for an annual six-week occupation.
“The Registry Collection offers a unique exchange programme for our fractional owners,” said Regan Berger, sales director at Arcos Gardens.
The development’s ‘green’ credentials include the recycling of all water, solar panels to heat the water and the transplanting of 2,000 olive trees growing on the site which have been relocated and continue to be harvested.