'Las Naranjas' - the orange-tree finca - is a Mallorcan-style country house which was solidly built in 2010 and offers lovely 180 degree sweeping views of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains and the bay of Alcudia on the other side. It has a valid touristic rental licence.
During October and November 2016 it was newly painted externally with special, very stylish, beige-yellow facade paint, with mid-brown windows and doors and dark-green window blinds.
This wonderful, 271,36 sqm finca is situated between Muro and the Playa de Muro, and its high standard of quality compliments the stylish interior design.
Its living space is spread over 2 levels. On the upper floor are 5 bedrooms with large fitted wardrobes, 3 of which have en-suite bathrooms, and a further bathroom, all bathrooms fitted with modern radiators.
The ground level is distributed over an extensive living area with cosy fireplace, and a modern kitchen which is adjacent to the open dining area. The living/dining area has access to an attractive, newly-built winter-garden with double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows with blinds rounding off the consistently positive impression conveyed by this charming house.
Some of its comprehensive extras include hot/cold air conditioning throughout, video surveillance, and complete fencing with electric gate, fitted in September 2015 and remotely operable. Terraces of 235 sqm, in part covered, allow wonderful views of the mountains and invite to relax and enjoy. Adjoining the spectacular, 10 x 5 metre turquoise-blue pool is a roofed sun terrace with pool bar, and in the entrance area there is a 9 sqm porch, added in August 2015. Two casitas of 3 x 1.35 metres each have been newly added, together with camera surveillance, surrounding lighting, and a modern intercom system.
On the roof of the newly-constructed, 41 sqm carport there are solar modules from Viessmann, making the property almost independent of mains power, and a maintenance-free osmosis system installed in May 2015 supplies clean, limestone-free drinking water.
The beautiful, rectangular plot has a area of more than 15.300 sqm, approx. 8.500 sqm of which are well laid-out green areas with an opulent tree population including oranges, lemons, mandarins, almonds and figs, together with numerous cacti, palms, pines and Cyprus trees. Irrigation is by means of an automatic system installed in July 2015, the water supplied from a private water source which is cladded with Santanyi stone. A newly-built, 72 sqm fire-point provides the possibility to burn excess garden rubbish.
Only a few minutes away is the wonderful Playa de Muro beach with supermarkets, doctors, restaurants and boutiques, and Can Picafort and Alcudia provide nightlife and entertainment if required. The finca itself provides complete tranquillity, relaxation and recuperation, and is situated in a cul-de-sac on a private road with a separate entrance gate.
Also on the plot there is an old casita with around 85 sqm with its own private access and terraces, and a water reservoir which could be turned into a 22 sqm pool if required, perfect as a guest-house or to be used as a fitness/wellness area.
To the rear of the plot is an approx. 6000 sqm area with fertile, red Mallorcan soil which would be ideal for the cultivation of vines or olives for the production of wine or olive oil.
The north of Mallorca has many charms, with the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range offering optimal conditions for hikers and cyclists. The picturesque beaches of Alcudia and Muro must be experienced and and are probably amongst the loveliest in Mallorca, and traditional villages such as Arta, Alcudia and Pollensa offer points of attraction for all lovers of culture.
Very close by are 2 of the best golf courses in Mallorca.
Palma and the airport can be reached in less than 40 minutes, and the north is also a secret tip for individuals with its mountains and culture. It is only a 5 minute drive from Muro and 8 minutes from Can Picafort or Sa Pobla, with 2 golf courses close by, one of which is considered the most beautiful in Mallorca.
All in all this property provides a great opportunity, with its excellent rental potential and touristic rental licence for 10 persons - in 2014 a net rental income of approx. 40.000 € was achieved after the deduction of agency fees, with an occupancy period of only 6 months. The licence can be immediately renewed, and the rental income could easily be increased by using self-marketing via a homepage, private rental portal etc.
Due to the private water source, solar power, and a wood-burning fireplace ancillary costs are very low, with 560 € for property tax and waste collection and hardly any supplementary heating costs.
Special features include :
-modern osmosis system
-hot/cold air conditioning, WLAN, TV-radio, smoke detectors in all rooms
-HD quality for almost all German transmitters
-double-glazed floor-to-ceiling windows with wooden frames
-winter-garden with ceiling infra-red heating and access to one of the 5 terraces
-covered pool area
-10 x 5 metre, 140 - 220 cm deep electrolysis saltwater pool, without chlorine
-Large lighted carport with solar energy plant and night storage
-surround-lighting, illuminated gate, external finca and pool illumination, all programmable
-around 110 oranges, mandarin and lemon trees, fig and almond trees and about 150 pines on the plot boundaries
-automatic irrigation system for approx. 8.500 sqm in a laid-out garden incl. 35 phoenix palms
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Returns from holiday lettings:
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NB: Due to the current legal situation it is possible that in certain municipalities renting restrictions may apply, or new touristic licences may not be granted. Your Porta Mallorquina real estate consultant will be pleased to advise you whether the property you have chosen is affected.
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Location & surrounding area:
The North of Mallorca also offers a wide selection of charming areas, particularly inland. It has many pretty, yet typical small Mallorcan villages such as Campanet, Buger, Muro or Santa Margarita, which each offer a first hand experience of authentic island life and a taste of the original culture of this enchanting Mediterranean island as well as boasting their own unique characters. There are several alternatives to Pollensa or Alcudia if you want to look for a romantic town house or a secluded country house that's close to the beach. Especially Campanet and Buger each with immediate access to the 2006 created motorway between Palma-Alcudia, provide a further advantage in that it only takes 25 minutes to reach Palma by car.