This luxurious, newly-built town-house is under construction on a 218 sqm plot of land in the authentic village of Ses Salines in the south-east of the island. Its main characteristics are an harmonious interaction between spatial generosity, light and a high level of comfort, with modern design united with Mediterranean architecture.
Its living space is spread over 2 levels. Distributed over the ground floor with an open living concept is a large living/dining area with adjacent kitchen. Here there is ample space for the whole family, and Mediterranean elements such as wooden beams and natural stone create a pleasant ambience and a fireplace assures a cosy atmosphere on cooler days. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors seem to blend seamlessly with the exterior area and flood the living areas with natural light, together with relaxing indirect lighting.
A staircase leads to the upper floor with 2 modern bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms, and the separate, spacious master suite providing an absolute highlight with its walk-in dressing area, adjacent office and bathroom en suite with freestanding bathtub.
In the exterior area is a Mediterranean patio with a large terrace and the pool.
The construction is taking place using only the highest-quality materials, with modern technology including air conditioning and underfloor heating.
There is also an approx. 15 sqm garage, very practical for village life. The house will be sold fully furnished.
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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.