near to the Mallorcan village of Cala-Ratjada
In Cala-Ratjada, on Mallorca, one of the Balearic Isles.
Facing the sea.
80 km from Son-Sant-Joan airport.
35 km from Manacor train station.
|Land registry surface area :||4000 m2|
|Main building surface area :||404 m²|
|Floor surface area of the outbuildings :||200 m²|
|Floor surface area of the terrace :||150 m²|
|Construction period :||20ème S.|
|Number of levels :||2|
|Ceiling height :||2.80 m|
|Number of main rooms :||3|
|Number of bedrooms :||7|
|Number of bathrooms :||5|
|Parking spaces :||2|
|View over the countryside|
The promontory of Punta-de-Capdepera, forming the easternmost point of Mallorca, shelters the pretty fishing port of Cala-Ratjada. Its little rocky creeks, some of the most beautiful on the island, have attracted visitors from the world over since the 1960’s. It was at this time that Alomar, a local architect, set his cap at a 4,000 m² pine grove, on the coast, so as to build the ideal holiday home, with direct access to the beach. Spanning a total floor surface area of 400 m², this villa has no less than seven bedrooms as well as a 100 m² lounge and a renovated, contemporary kitchen. The ground floor opens on to a pleasant terrace and a garden, that could still take a swimming pool. This property also features outbuildings, including a small, 40 m², caretaker’s cottage, at the entrance to the property, and two garages. This property, whether for a holiday home or for a hotel and catering activity, holds a tourist license. The local surroundings include astonishing megalithic constructions, known as “Talayots”, as well as a magnificent golf course.
3 600 000 €
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