This magnificent house in Pollensa, architecturally simple in style, with very clean finishings, huge plate glass doors which open onto the garden, porches, and terraces providing wonderful light to the interior and aselection of materials which give it an impeccable appearance. It is a great example of the well-known architectural firm's brand who designed the house.
The house is built in diverse volumes. The main volume has 3 bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, a spacious and well-lit lounge with fireplace, a dining room, the kitchen, a cinema room, a laundry room, a toilet and a garage.
As well as having direct access to the terrace through large plate glass sliding doors, all the communal areas have interior patios surrounded by glass in which palm trees, banana trees and other plants grow, which give the house a fresh and original touch-
In the middle building there is a living area with 1 bedroom, a small kitchen, a bathroom and a lounge which links with the other buildings by way of an outside open corridor.
The third building has two bedrooms with ensuite bathroom and a open plan kitchen adjoining the lounge-dining room. The communal areas open onto the porch and the terrace with large plate glass door.
From the terrace, with impressive views which extend to Pollensa bay and the sea beyond on the horizon, you access the magnificent infinity pool. In the swimming pool area there is a toilet with shower and a chill-out zone which offers relaxation during the hottest days.
Mountain View, Open Porch, Pool - Outdoor, Security System
SIR Golf, Golf, Privacy, Cycling, Mountain
alarm system, double glazing, garden, good road access, home cinema, ideal family home, independent apartment, laundry room, lift, living room with fireplace, stone floors, swimming pool, sea views, top quality, electric gates, central heating, air conditioning hot/cold
Property Condition: Ready to move in
This is the northern area, between Alcudia and Artà, which does not have a coast, but does have large country houses and extensive green spaces. These are generally areas which are very well protected against overdevelopment.