This exceptionally-beautiful, luxurious finca enjoys not only absolute privacy, but also provides breathtaking views as far as the Tramuntana mountains.
Situated in absolute tranquillity near Biniamar and Inca, on the outskirts of the world heritage site, this enchanting finca also has a valid touristic rental license. It was built in 2005 and stands on a plot of approx. 18,900 sqm.
Its living space is spread over 2 levels plus a separate studio and offers every comfort. Features include underfloor heating, air conditioning, high, bright rooms, a slightly curved infinity pool, covered terraces and much more.
The beautiful entrance has a curved arch with solid double doors opening into the living area with high open gallery, and a dining area and kitchen which are adjacent to a covered terrace with lovely views over the pool and garden.
The master bedroom with en suite bathroom, as well as the dressing room and an office, are located on the ground floor. The 3 other double bedrooms, each with en suite bathrooms and dressing rooms, are on the second floor.
The fifth bedroom with a separate entrance makes this property exceptional.
The finca also has numerous olive trees and its own vineyard, all irrigated with water supplied by a private well with a separate water cistern.
This outstanding finca is characterized by its special location and excellently construction quality.
A viewing would be highly recommended!
Returns from holiday lettings:
For initial orientation you can use the “Porta Holiday Returns Calculator” without obligation to calculate your potential returns from holiday letting.
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.