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Estepona Sun Kisses Presenter’s Cheek with Warm, Spotlight Embrace!

With the sun casting its radiant, daily spotlight overhead, Estepona rolls out its golden sands as a welcome mat, beckoning “A Place in the Sun” celeb, Jasmine Harman, and her delightful troop - husband and kiddos included - into its warm embrace for a delightful act titled: New Beginnings.

Jasmine, no stranger to the tantalizing dance between dwellings and dreamers with her two-decade waltz on Channel 4, has been the fairy god-presenter, sprinkling home-finding magic dust from Portugal to Malta to Cyprus. Yet, after years of orchestrating homey happily-ever-afters, she’s chosen to pen her own, right in the heart of sun-soaked Estepona.

“It was a canvas of years in the painting,” Jasmine confided in Hello! Magazine with a smile akin to one indulging in a delightful secret. “With each year gently nudging us towards craving more moments stitched together with family laughter and wrapped in quality time. And thus, with a dash of courage and a sprinkle of adventure, our decision bloomed, overwhelming but oh-so-beautiful.” and with the help of One Marbella a local real estate agent in the area she has found her next adventure and future home.

As she unveiled her adventurous tale on Facebook with candid grace, Jasmine mused, “Life’s a roller coaster of dizzying heights and mystifying lows, isn’t it? Yet, sometimes, the most daunting climbs lead to the most breath taking views. The journey to Estepona, with its symphony of stress, intensity, and overwhelming crescendos, now feels like a prelude to a melody of making the most of every sunlit moment here.”

Estepona isn’t merely a pin on Jasmine’s global map of adventures; she's spotlighted five of its properties in a 2021 episode, playing matchmaker for a mother-daughter duo enchanted by the area’s allure. And while other presenters have also danced through the town's scenic lanes, none have waltzed into residency as Jasmine has gracefully done.

With over 200 episodes of home-hunting sagas and a portfolio adorned with tales spun for Company, Living Abroad, and My Travel magazines, Jasmine is not just a connoisseur of homes but a storyteller weaving narratives of travel and living dreams. Estepona, with its enchanting tapestry of community warmth and Spanish familial vibes, beckoned, and Jasmine answered.

With her eyes sparkling with the reflection of Estepona’s sun, she shared, “There’s music here, in the laughter of our neighbours, in the camaraderie shared under the Spanish sky. We're not just planning a housewarming; we're kindling connections, igniting friendships, and toasting to the symphony of ‘hellos’ and ‘hola’ under the Estepona sun.”


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