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Finca with stabling for horses - with independent bungalow

Object No.: AMR1207

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€2,900,000

Purchase price

50,000 m²

Plot Area

6

Bedrooms

8

Bathrooms
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Highlights

  • Central Heating
  • Kitchen
  • Fireplace
  • Garage

Description

Country estate in Alcudia with views of the mountains, the main house and an independent bungalow for guests. The property has a swimming pool area with a barbecue and stabling for horses. The ground floor of the main house has a lounge with an open fireplace, a dining –room, a kitchen with dining area, a pantry, a guest’s bathroom and a bedroom with a fireplace and an en-suite bathroom. All of the rooms lead out onto a spacious terrace offering wonderful views. A laundry room and a machine room are located in an annex on the ground floor.The first floor offers four bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms and an enormous terrace with views of the mountains.The independent bungalow suitable for guest accomodation, has a lounge, a dining room with an open fireplace, an open plan kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom.In the swimming pool area there is another building housing a kitchen, a barbecue and a dining area. In addition there is an outbuilding for storing wood and garden equipment.There is stabling for up to five horses and an exercise area. The estate is fully fenced and has oil-fired central heating with wall mounted radiators, two fresh water wells and mains electricity. The access road to the estate is asphalted.In the north of the island lies Alcudia with its picturesque historicist centre and the ruins of the old Roman town Pollentia. It is worth to see the historic centre which is inhabited since the megalithic culture then from the Phoneticians to the Romans who settled the island in 123 B.C.. The name Alcudia proceeds from the Arabic (deduced from the Arabic Al-Qudya – The hill).

Amenities

  • Central Heating
  • Fireplace
  • Garage
  • Kitchen

Location

Alcudia

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