It was the backdrop to the formation of One Direction and the X Factor judges house that remains most clear in the memories of the shows most ardent fans. The Marbella mansion, which staged the debut performance of One Direction, has reportedly been one of the most viewed properties online in 2018.
The villa was a predominant feature during episodes of the British reality tv music competition in 2012, when Simon Cowell put together the talents of Harry, Zayn, Nial et al, after previous individual auditions.
Now valued at around 40 million euros, the exclusive property, located near Fuengirola on Spain’s southern coast, boasts 12 bedrooms, 7,000 square metres of space and breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.
Having previously been used to host both royalty and presidents, the luxury home became famous when the five original members of the band performed poolside for Cowell and his fellow judge Sinitta.
Some eight years later, the property is still demanding a great deal of attention, with the online portal reporting that it was listed within the top ten most viewed properties of the year.
Other popular real estate to find itself alongside the X Factor mansion on Rightmove receiving large viewing figures was a Scottish castle and a one bedroom villa in the Maldives that has its own slide into the ocean.
Those who watched the X Factor during 2010 will surely recall the stunning red stone villa and beautiful Costa del Sol sunshine that became the perfect scenery behind the creation of One Direction, one of the most successful boy bands in history.
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