Situated only a few minutes away from the Puig de Santa Margalida, this wonderful, quiet country house captivates with its incredible panoramic views as far as the centre of the island the Tramuntana mountains and Inca.
Built in 1988 and very well insulated, it has a living area of 280 sqm spread over 2 levels and distributed over 3 double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, one of which has an en-suite bathroom, a studio with large windows providing lovely views of the Tramuntana, 2 winter-gardens, one with fireplace, and an inner patio.
The plot is fully-fenced and contains an incredibly beautiful established tree population. 2 carports and numerous attractive seating areas which, depending on the season and the position of the sun, make the garden into a compact romantic oasis.
Absolute highlights of this exceptional finca are the south-west facing sun terraces, which adjoin the 32 sqm saltwater pool and from where breathtaking sweeping views can be enjoyed, The wonderful sunsets can be fully-appreciated from a bricked exterior bed and adjacent terrace.
Further features include a technical room, a utility room, a deep well supplying drinking-quality water, 2 cisterns, new wooden windows with double glazing, gas central heating, mains electricity, wifi, air conditioning and anti-mosquito blinds.
Those seeking a tranquil property in the country should certainly contact us to arrange a viewing of this lovely object!
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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:
Inca, the centrally-located third largest city on the island,has everything needed for normal daily life and is well known as the centre of the shoe and leather industry in Mallorca.Its shoemaker guilds are the oldest in Mallorca, dating back to the Catalan conquest of the island in the 13th century.
The weekly market takes place every Thursday and the annual fiesta Dijous Bo of Inca is one of the major animal markets and festivals in Mallorca. The beaches of the Bay of Alcudia and the city of Palma are only 20 minutes away, and a large number of roads lead to all other parts of the island.