This generously-sized finca stands on extensive, flat land very close to the salt production and the fantastic beach of Es Trenc, and the villages of Ses Salines and Colonia Sant Jordi with numerous inviting restaurants, bars, shops and entertainment.
Built approx. 10 years ago the property has hardly been used since and offers lots of space and individual design possibilities on a solid basis.
Although it is optimally connected the finca is very quietly situated and has wonderful sweeping views over the fields of Ses Salines and its surroundings. The small town of Campos with its weekly market and many shopping possibilities including a supermarket are reachable within 10 minutes, and the salt production with health resort and the 7 km-long sandy beach are within easy reach by bike. The airport and the centre of Palma are only 30 minutes away.
On the upper floor of the building are 2 spacious bedrooms, each with bathroom en suite, and on the ground floor there are 2 further bathrooms, one with bathroom en suite, and a separate guest room with its own bathroom and separate entrance. A large open kitchen with adjacent, spacious living and dining area round off this impressive offer.
On the whole a harmonious offer with an exceptional number of opportunities for individual design in one of the most desirable locations in the south-east of the island.
Returns from holiday lettings:
In terms of property type, this property is suitable for holiday letting.
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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:
Ses Salines is one of the nicest and oldest villages at the southeast coast. The image of the village is characterised by cosy bars and restaurants, where Majorcans and tourists have their “café con leche” while enjoying the sun.
It is a typical Majorcan village that was named after its saline from the era of the Romans. Salt is reaped till this day. The “talaiots”, remains of a prehistoric settlement are also historically very interesting.
Many small bays as Cala Llombards or the dreamlike natural beach of Es Trenc is only a short drive away. You can also discover the beautiful flat landscape by bicycle.