This modern villa with touristic rental licence is situated in the fishing village of Barcares, easily reached by foot from the old-town of Alcudia.
The living space on the ground floor is distributed over the entrance area, a guest WC, a bathroom, 2 double bedrooms, the living/dining area, and a kitchen with dining area and access to a very large covered terrace.
Housed on the upper floor are 2 double bedrooms, a bathroom, and the main bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The latter shares a terrace with one of the other bedrooms.
On the cellar area there is space for 2 vehicles and ample storage possibilities.
Further features include double-glazed windows and doors, hot/cold air conditioning in all rooms, fitted wardrobes in all bedrooms, integrated ceiling spots, a fully-equipped kitchen, and tiled floors throughout.
In the exterior area there is a laid-out garden with bbq zone with the pool as a highlight.
Apart from all the aforementioned the property also has a coveted touristic rental licence.
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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:
Alcudia, which in the Middle Ages was actually the original capital of Mallorca, offers one of the longest beach promenades of the island and has a correspondingly perfectly developed infrastructure, as well as some very interesting sub-areas that you should definitely be visited. Surrounded by an impressive city wall, the old town of Alcudia offers a strikingly clean and orderly appearance throughout and exudes a unique charm, especially at early evening. Many bars and restaurants of all type are spread over the town, and there is something for every taste. Also not to be missed is the extensive market on Tuesdays and Sundays. Alcudia, which is geographically situated on a peninsula but also offers two very interesting residential areas; Bonaire in the north and Aucanada in the south.