This exquisite residence is ideally situated in the highly sought-after Sa Marina area, nestled between Pollensa and Alcudia. Impeccably maintained, the property boasts central heating, air conditioning, double glazing, and all the amenities needed to fully embrace the Majorcan charm and a sun-soaked Mediterranean lifestyle.
The inclusion of a holiday rental license (ETV), coupled with the property’s quality and strategic location, presents a lucrative opportunity for substantial returns on investment through short-term rentals to tourists during periods of private non-use.
Spread across more than 14,000 sqm of land, the estate ensures complete privacy, surrounded by lush lawns and enchanting gardens adorned with trees. A water feature at the entrance and a delightful pool, complemented by sunbathing terraces, offer serene spaces for relaxation and summer dining.
The enclosed plot opens to a generous parking area, leading to the house through a pathway across a manicured lawn. The ground floor features a welcoming reception area, a bathroom, a spacious fully-fitted kitchen with a dining area, and a large living room with a wood burner. Both family spaces seamlessly connect with the outdoors.
Ascending to the upper floor reveals three double bedrooms, each with en-suite bathrooms, and two of them featuring access to a charming small terrace.
This property epitomizes a comprehensive and inviting country home set in a delightful locale. Feel free to reach out to us for additional information.
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The picturesque old town of Pollensa forms part of the larger Municipality of Pollensa, which encompasses Puerto Pollensa and Cala San Vicente, boasting a combined population of over 16,000 residents. Located just 6 km from the coast, with convenient proximity to the airport (58 km) and the capital Palma de Mallorca, Pollensa’s old town charms with its narrow streets and historic market square, featuring cafes, bars, shops, and boutique hotels.
Rich in history and deeply rooted in traditions, Pollensa gained popularity in the early 1920s as a preferred destination for renowned painters, writers, and musicians. Today, the town continues to play a vital role in the cultural and artistic spheres, hosting events such as the International Music Festival. Notable celebrations include the Sant Antoni festivals in January and the week-long festivities honoring the patron saint, ‘La Patrona Mare de Déu dels Àngels,’ in August. The wine fair in April and the weekly Sunday markets are additional highlights.
Key attractions include the Puig de Maria convent, offering breathtaking 360º views, a Roman Bridge, and the Calvario with its 365 steps, culminating in a charming café with panoramic views of both Pollensa and Alcudia bays. Pollensa serves as an ideal starting point for hikers and cyclists exploring the Tramuntana Mountains, with two stunning valleys, Vall den March and Vall de Colonya, contributing to the region’s romantic landscapes.
The diversity and high demand for properties in the area, combined with the prevalence of holiday rental licenses, make Pollensa an attractive investment opportunity, promising substantial returns.