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Reference242096
Price4,900,000 EUR
Bedrooms3
Bathrooms4
Floor Space260.0m2
Land Area921.0m2

Renovated 3 bedroom Villa for sale with sea view in Cala Sant Esteve, Es Castell, Menorca

4,900,000 EUR
4,214,000 GBP5,243,000 USD
Exceptional 3 bedroom luxury villa with amazing infinity pool and garden, enjoying breathtaking sea views from its idyllic waterfront location in Cala Sant Esteve.

Situated only 5 minutes from Es Castell and 10 minutes from Mahon, few properties are for sale in this place preserved from tourism.

This very beautiful house was completely renovated and redesigned in 2006/2007. The materials used are of high quality with a luxurious and contemporary design.

An elevator leads from the 2 car parking lot to the huge terrace with swimming pool. All the rooms in the house are very spacious and the light is present everywhere thanks to the large windows and bay windows.

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Exceptional 3 bedroom luxury villa with amazing infinity pool and garden, enjoying breathtaking sea views from its idyllic waterfront location in Cala Sant Esteve.

Situated only 5 minutes from Es Castell and 10 minutes from Mahon, few properties are for sale in this place preserved from tourism.

This very beautiful house was completely renovated and redesigned in 2006/2007. The materials used are of high quality with a luxurious and contemporary design.

An elevator leads from the 2 car parking lot to the huge terrace with swimming pool. All the rooms in the house are very spacious and the light is present everywhere thanks to the large windows and bay windows.

The ground floor is composed of no less than 3 living rooms, one bathroom, an open dining area with the fitted kitchen and a small storage area. Continuing from this space, a large terrace equipped with a pergola offers views of the Cala.

On the first floor are the 3 large double bedrooms, each with a sea view, and their own bathroom, in an elegant and chic decoration.

There is mains electricity and a water cistern.

A unique and exclusive property for lovers of tranquility.


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