This historic residential building has been completely renovated and converted into a complex with 12 wonderful apartments, each one individually designed to a very high quality.
The building is accessed via a beautifully laid-out garden which conveys a pleasant feeling of tranquillity and relaxation and leads to a large, modern pool and terrace area.
The well-known architect of the project has perfectly combined the historic essence of each property with a modern, exquisite design, paying attention to every detail whilst simultaneously preserving the special character of each.
This wonderful penthouse, with its high ceilings and exposed beams, was constructed using only the highest-quality materials and perfectly coordinating the different surfaces. Its characteristic features include solid-oak parquet floors, lovely wooden paneling on the walls, and Santanyi-stone on the terraces. Underfloor heating is also fitted.
A living space of 164 sqm contains 2 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, one of which is en suite and where the warmth of the wood finishes in the bathrooms is in contrast to dark-coloured metallic fittings.
In the modern kitchen is a large cooking island which combines stainless steel with natural stone, fully-equipped with appliances from Gaggenau.
As the culmination there is a 40 sqm terrace with impressive sweeping views over the town, and lead to a seating area from where the morning sun and the incredible sunsets in the evening can be fully enjoyed.
If required we will be pleased to send a floor plan of the property.
Location & surrounding area:
Palma's old town is ideal for those wishing to live in the midst of city life, with its small, sleepy squares, narrow alleys, wonderfully picturesque buildings, lively shopping streets and restaurants and cafes.
In this part of the town something is always happening, and here the most places of interest can be found including the famous cathedral La Seu, built between the 14th and 19th centuries, the Arab baths, the Almundaina palace or the well-known nightlife-quarter La Lonja. The history of the capital of Mallorca can truly be felt here.
Take a stroll down the narrow alleys of the old town of Palma and drink a coffee or a glass of wine on one of the little squares. Let yourself be enchanted by the charm of 'the pearl of the Mediterranean', and you will surely never forget Palma.
Nearby is the 'Plaza Espana' from where there are connections to the very well-organised traffic system, no matter whether you are travelling by bus, train or taxi.