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Villa – Calvia, Balearic Islands, Spain

2,495,000 €
£2,135,000
  • Total area
    468 m²
  • Land area
    2,099 m²
  • Bedrooms
    5
  • Bathrooms
    4
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Fully reformed and extended, this villa with a finca style is located close to the centre of the wonderful Spanish village of Calvia pueblo. Recently significantly extended, this substantial family home was originally a beautiful small cottage set in extensive gardens. The current owners have added a spacious living/dining area as well as large master suite with integrated en suite using contemporary but complementary materials. Added to this a large covered outdoor entertainment area and extended swimming pool offer a unique combination of finca styling combined with modern living and maximum enjoyment of the best of the Mallorquin outdoor life. A large flat lawned area also allows families to make maximum use of the enjoyment of the house. The remainder of the plot consists of areas of native mediterranean planting mixed with gravelled areas. The house has two vehicle entrances from the adjoining quiet residential street both of which allow for parking of numerous vehicles, as well as this, the current owner believes that as the total amount of construction is not consumed, a separate garage/guest house could be constructed on the lower section of the plot. Please note, this is subject to local planning permission and is not currently included in the sale. This is a truly unique family home set just a few minutes walk to the now pedestrianised village centre of Calvia with its own spacious gardens, only 10 minutes to the motorway, leading to Palma centre and airport, around 25 minutes drive from the house. Calvia village is the heart of the municipality of Calvia, housing the administrative (Ajuntament) of Calvia and offers a wide selection of restaurants, bars, small local shops and coffee bars. The main street has been recently pedestrianised and has been transformed into a vibrant and busy market town centre. Local international and Spanish schools offer a choice of British curriculums and or traditional Spanish qualifications. Local golf courses (a choice of five within 20 mins drive) and a wide selection of beaches and mountains provide an endless choice of lifestyle options. Some of the best mediterranean coast line and ports such as Puerto Portals, Port Adriano and Club Nautico Santa Ponsa are all within 15 minutes by car and offer incredible options for enjoying Mallorca by boat.

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A Golden Visa can be obtained with the purchase of this property (residence permit for investments).

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