This charming south facing villa is in a quiet and family friendly village, surrounded by sunny fields of almond and carob trees. Its location is very interesting as it has quick access to various attractions and Palma.
The villa is spread over two floors and overlooks a beautiful garden. Downstairs, a spacious foyer leads to a cosy lounge with fireplace and a comfortable kitchen with pantry and bathroom.
On the second floor, as well as two bedrooms with fitted hardwood wardrobes and a bathroom, you find the master bedroom with an en suite bathroom and a spacious walk-in wardrobe. The ground floor has direct access to two terraces totalling about 80 sqm, one covered and one which is used in summer, with a lovely pergola by the pool. The view of the garden is spacious and pleasant. The facade of the house, with details such as the semi-circular windows, give the property a sweet Majorcan character.
Furthermore, in a separate building there is a garage with space for four cars and a large storage area divided into various rooms, which can be reconditioned as guest accommodation. It is a truly unique villa in an intimate and familiar setting.
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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:
This lovely and picturesque village is situated at an altitude of 430 m in the Tramuntana mountains. The high valley has been a popular settlement area since prehistoric times. The Romans and Moores left their traces here. The most popular building is certainly the monastery “Cartuja de Jesús Nazareno”, in which Frederic Chopin and George Sand passed their famous winter months. The saint of the Island Santa Catalina Thómas was born here, and Archduke Luis Salvator of Austria, famous visitor of the Balearic Islands, constructed his beautiful residence Miramar in the surrounding area.