This exceptional property with main building, four separate apartments for staff and guests, spectacular garden and pool is situated on a plane plot of more than 13.000 m2 and with direct access to the golf course of Santa Ponsa. Inside of the main building, a Spanish courtyard with floor of pebble stones provides access to a spacious corridor of double ceiling height from where a double stairway leads onto the first floor. The ground floor provides an ample workroom with separate entrance, living-/dining area, a spacious kitchen, bar and TV room. The first floor accommodates the master bedroom with two bathrooms, ample dressing rooms, gym and several terraces. Adjacent to the main building, but still independent, there are two apartments. One of them is situated on the ground floor, the other one on the first floor. Both of them comprise a living-/dining area, bathroom, kitchenette and two bedrooms. All doors and windows of the main building are connected to an alarm system. Moreover, this property features several video cameras. The pool terrace comprises a lawn of approx. 2.400 m2 with water sprinkler and is directly accessible from the kitchen, the living-/dining area, the bar and the library. The rest of the garden, planted with more than 90 palms and other trees as well as bushes, features drip irrigation. A chillout area with summer kitchen, BBQ and bar that are only climatised by ventilators, but without air conditioning, is accessible from that terrace. Another guest apartment and a smaller one for staff are located below the pool. In another separate building, the ground floor comprises a spacious garage and the first one another guest apartment. Further extras include a tennis court, direct access to the golf course and an impressive driveway through a very well-kept garden with two entrances.
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