This consequently-luxurious, newly-built finca in its location near to the sea provides an exceptional retreat where you can completely relax.
Coming from the direction of Santanyi the route leads through a wonderfully-green, slightly hilly finca area. The extensive property of approx. 16.000 sqm, is surrounded by natural stone walls and welcomes you with a large entry gate.
A driveway, which could be planted on both sides with plants and trees typical for the island, leads to the impressive newly built finca with its pool landscape and a garage, blending harmoniously into the landscape and offering partial sea views.
The classically light-coloured facades of the building are partly plastered with fine mortar and partly clad with solid natural stone. The exterior windows and doors, bordered by piedra de Santanyí, are made of lacquered wood and are fitted with subtley-coloured Mallorcan shutters. The roof is covered with Moorish tiles.
The rustic, covered entrance portal, reached via a few steps, opens to views of the garden and surrounding nature through the large patio doors opposite. An invitation to enter the house which can not be resisted.
The light-flooded, open interior area is characterised by the dominating materials with porcelain-stoneware tiles, glass and wood, giving the house a pleasant atmosphere. On this level is a beautiful, bright dining/living area with fireplace and adjacent open kitchen with separate utility room. A small hallway leads to a guest bathroom and a bedroom with bathroom en suite.
All rooms have access to the terraces and pergolas which charmingly surround the house, in part via large double-winged slatted doors. One of the pergolas has an outdoor kitchenette.
A staircase in the hallway leads to the gallery on the upper floor from where there is access to a further 3 bedrooms, all with custom-made fitted wardrobes, and one of which has an en-suite shower-bathroom. Two of these bedrooms access a large balcony with fantastic views. The bathrooms are fitted with ceramic tiles and high- quality sanitary equipment leaving no wishes unfulfilled.
More amenities are provided by the large lower terrace and pergola area surrounding the house together with the adjoining pool landscape. The flooring is tiled, and the large pool is bordered by typical Mallorcan piedras de Santanyi, ideal for walking barefoot.
The lovely sunsets can be accompanied by a glass of wine on the illuminated terrace, enjoying the views of the beautiful pool landscape.
Further features include:
-Climalit double-glazing with tilt/turn function
-Interior banisters of iron or stainless steel with glass
-Electric sockets, lighting points and switches in appropriate quantities adapted to requirements
-TV connections, parabolic and telephone connections in the living room
-Pipes and rain guttering clay or zinc
-Construction of a septic tank
-2 storage tanks with pressure pump (eg. Sunken)
-Pool with stoneware coating - colour as required
-Machine-room next to the pool for the filter system
-Enclosed garage built with pillars and semi-mortared roof tiles
-Plant soil all around the house and installation of irrigation
-Part-planting of a hedge
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Location & surrounding area:
The enchanting fishing village of Cala Figuera is hidden among cliffs, pines and fig trees at the end of the bay of the same name. The facades of the fishermen's houses and boathouses are white and ochre in colour. The strong green of the shutters forms a striking contrast to the bright buildings. Many fishermen's houses have a terrace on the water side, under which there is a boat shed.
The typical Majorcan architecture predominates, with palm trees, hibiscus and almond trees in the gardens. Light-coloured stone walls form the boundary and on the stone terraces cats doze under the shady crowns of the umbrella pines.
When the fishermen are not at sea, they sit together in small groups at the harbour or they mend their nets. In Cala Figuera the Balearic Island has kept its original face.
At the end of the left sea arm is the idyllic port of Cala Figuera. Wooden fishing boats bob on the water next to sailing boats and motor yachts. In the port restaurants freshly caught fish and seafood are served. The restaurant owners buy the goods directly from the fishermen.
On one of the many waterfront restaurant terraces you can enjoy Mallorcan delicacies and watch the leisurely hustle and bustle on the harbour quay. The fishermen's nets hang to dry in the sun or pile up on stone walls.
The historical Santanyí, which is only about 4 km away, offers the contrast program. Here every Wednesday and Saturday lively market days take place. Beautiful high-quality boutiques and galleries invite you to shop.
Outstanding are the nearby fine sandy beaches in the Mondrago nature reserve.