Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 4 Plot size 15.020 m² Area 234 m² Parking garage Heating oil central, fireplace Built year 1995

Country house in Son Macia – SUBJECT TO CONTRACT!

The country house in Son Macia offers a constructed area of approx. 330 m2 including spacious open and covered terrace areas with wonderful views of the surrounding mountain panorama. With a pure living area of approx. 234 m2, the spacious living room with high ceilings and with fireplace, a separate dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, a guest toilet, a utility room and a total of four bedrooms, each with bathroom en suite, are available. Wonderfully landscaped garden areas, spacious open and covered terrace areas with summer kitchen, a large approx. 50 m2 swimming pool, a carport and a garage complete the offer.

Further features are:

Fully equipped kitchen, utility room, guest toilet, dining area, oil central heating, open fireplace, Sonos music system, tiled floors, summer kitchen (with lava stone barbecue, oven, hob), storage room, intercom, automatic access gate, video entry system, alarm system, swimming pool (5 x 10 m), garage & carport, garden with fruit trees and automatic irrigation, covered and open terraces, double glazed windows, fitted wardrobes, high quality furniture.

This wonderful natural stone country house is situated on a 15.020 m2 plot near the small village of Son Macia in the east of Mallorca between the well-known coastal towns of Porto Cristo and Porto Colom. The island’s capital Palma de Mallorca and the international airport can be reached in about 50 minutes by car. Mallorca’s second largest town Manacor with all shops for daily needs can be reached in only 10 minutes by car.

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