This palace was completely refurbished in 2010 and benefits from lift access to all of its four floors, a double garage and a courtyard, whilst being situated amidst the historic centre of the old town of Palma de Mallorca and only two minutes from the cathedral. The sizeable residence offers a unique layout with bedrooms always accompanied by living areas on each floor, allowing occupants to move seamlessly from day- to night-time accommodation. The upper floor roof terrace comprises a sundeck with outdoor kitchen and panoramic views of the old town, the cathedral and the sea. Despite its heart-of-the-action address, the palace is in a very tranquil area with easy access for cars and there’s the added bonus of a garage with enough space to comfortably park two cars. This old town palace has been refurbished using materials of very high quality.
Joan Miró painted here. Frederic Chopin composed here. Robert Graves wrote here. Here is Mallorca, part of Spain’s Balearic Islands. The Balearic isles, an autonomous archipelago, are clustered in the Mediterranean. Mallorca is the largest of the four main islands, followed by Minorca, Ibiza and Formentera.Read more about luxury homes in Mallorca
Palma, the capital of Majorca and the Balearic Islands, is the eighth largest city in Spain by population with some 500,000 inhabitants. The airport, the commercial harbour, and the Real Club Náutico and Club de Mar marinas are in its municipality. The old town, which contains the Cathedral, the Almudaina palace, the Arab baths and the Calatrava district is worth mentioning, as is the shopping district with its luxury shops on the Paseo del Borne and Jaime III streets. The Santa Catalina district, with its wide variety of bars, restaurants and shops, and a pleasant night-time atmosphere, is also a very attractive area. On the coast, the Portixol and Ciudad Jardín areas are very popular because of their bars, restaurants and shops, as well as their property offer.