Modern house with traditional features: old wooden beams, boveda roof in gallery, fireplace, fountain, and arches carved from local stone, antique front & bodega doors, tumbled marble tile floors. The house is approx. 1.000 sq m, the land is 200.000 sq m and there is a small casita for a live-in couple. The property runs to the sea overlooking the Foradada and its bay. Two separate fences run around a large section of the property and there are electronic entrance gates with a speaker system. This is one of the two most recently built houses on the sea side of the main road in Deia, we believe there is currently no land available for building on this side. There is a separate outdoor dining /BBQ area, a heated swimming pool with a small pool house. Besides the lit main garden there are a rose garden, a citrus garden a fruit orchard and vegetable garden. In the main level of the house a large courtyard with a stone fountain leads into the entrance hall. There is a large living room leading onto a covered patio and large paved terrace through four sets of glass doors. A conservatory style dining room leading onto terrace, a large kitchen facing to a terrace with fountain & the outdoor dining room, there are two bedroom suites with walk-in dressing rooms and bathrooms. In the lower level staircase from entrance hall down to a TV-library-games room off a little patio, two bedroom suites with sitting areas and bathrooms a large gym, a temperature & humidity controlled bodega. In addition there is a further bedroom suite upstairs, a library and office on the main floor, and various domestic utility rooms e.g. pantries and laudry/linen room There is heating throughout, air-conditioning in the bedrooms, three water reservoirs, a reverse osmosis system, alarm, smoke detectors, automatic security lights, adsl, wi-fi, satellite T.V., and generator.
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