Directly behind a vine-covered pergola is the entry gate to this Mediterranean property which presents itself as a successful combination of tradition and modernity. The Finca, built in 2003 whilst paying great attention to detail, is fitted with lovingly and extensively restored historic doors and gates, and today these traditional elements bestow on the house a very special ambience.
The living area of the house is in excess of 500 sqm distributed, on the ground floor, over an entrance hall, to the right of which are a large dining room and a kitchen which is fully-fitted with all modern appliances. There are also 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and a spacious dressing room.
The upper floor has a beautiful open gallery and is dominated by an approx. 80 sqm covered terrace with views over the Mediterranean landscape to the Randa mountain with its 3 monasteries, which are still in use today. There are also 2 further bedrooms on this floor.
In the outside area are covered and open terraces with a total of almost 300 sqm and a pool of 40 sqm, and views over the 17.000 sqm of land which is planted with orange, lemon, fig and olive trees.
The property has an outside summer-kitchen, a 70 sqm garage and a cellar room, and there is oil fired central heating and automatic garden irrigation.
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Location & surrounding area:
In terms of surface area, Llucmajor is the largest municipal county on the island of Majorca and is located in the south. Its population amounts to 20,000 inhabitants.
The small city includes 4 supermarkets, some well loved cafés and tapa-bars, and even a thrice-weekly fruit and vegetable market, taking place in the very recently renovated town centre, with its Plaza de España and the second largest church on the island.
The picturesque hill-location of Randa on the mountain of the same name, which is the most elevated point in the island’s centre, houses three sanctuaries, and is located slightly north of the town. Llucmajor has developed into an economic and popular residential location, due to the new motor-way connection to Palma.
The Marriott Son Antem Golf Resort and Spa, and nearby yacht clubs make Llucmajor an interesting and central location for planning pass-times and excursions.
The Es Trenc natural beach, one of the nicest on the island and with a Caribbean similarity, lies just 15 car minutes from Llucmajor.