Outstanding south facing villa situated in a privileged position in the prestigious area of the golf Son Vida offering complete privacy at convenient driving distance from Palma, marinas, golf clubs, various beaches and the airport. The modern villa was constructed to high standards using only top quality materials. This superior property is built on a 2.200 m2 plot in a first line Golf location, and has a constructed area of 950 m2 and 300 m2 of uncovered terraces. The house is distributed over three floors, which can be accessed by an elevator. Nearly every room enjoys stunning views of the golf course through large picture windows and opens to one of many terraces. The main floor comprises an entrance hall, spacious living room, dining room, TV room and fully equipped Gaggenau kitchen with wine cellar. Furthermore there are two double bedrooms with bathrooms en suite, a guest toilet, a staff bedroom with bathroom en suite and several service and storage rooms. On the first floor you will find the master suite with his private living room, dressing room, bathroom en suite and access to a private terrace, as well as two further bedrooms with bathroom en suite. The lower floor features two separate guest apartments with own entrances and a private terrace enjoying a great view over the golf course. The residence is surrounded by a mature garden with wonderful palm trees and large, partly covered terraces. The striking pool area has a big covered outdoor bar, summer kitchen a bath room and a private squash court. Two big garages contain enough space for 4 cars and lead directly into the villa. Additional features: Central heating, air conditioning, sound system by Bose, Wifi high speed internet, Astra + Eutelsat TV, marble and oak floors, noble carpentry, salt water pool, alarm system and 24 hour security.
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