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Reference 243952

Elegant 4 bedroom Villa for sale with countryside view in Sa Rapita, Mallorca

4,500,000 EUR
3,870,000 GBP 4,815,000 USD
This beautifully designed villa, for sale in La Rapita, is on a large plot of around 24,747m2 with rooms distributed across 2 floors, plus a basement level.

It holds a peaceful position in the countryside, with lots of privacy, surrounded by landscaped Mediterranean gardens, creating a rural retreat guaranteed to impress.

Access to the property is granted via a charming courtyard that leads to the entrance hall and 2 separate rooms. There is a spacious living room with a cosy fireplace, and an adjoining room which combines a living room with the dining area and modern kitchen with island. From these rooms there is direct access to the terrace with wonderful views of the vineyards and garden. The right wing of the ground floor is home to the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom a dressing room and private terrace. The left wing has a study and 2 further bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom.

Upstairs there is another master bedroom, also with a chic en-suite bathroom, a dressing room and terrace which benefits from unobstructed views, providing luxury living for the new owner.

Outside there are extensive landscaped gardens with native plants which blend into the picturesque surroundings, every room has access to terraces and the garden, and there is a 54m2 swimming pool as well as a small pool designed for pets.

Other features include reverse air conditioning and underfloor heating for year-round comfort, built-in wardrobes, rooms with lots of natural light, a double garage plus outside parking for several cars, and a 10,000m2 vineyard offering the opportunity to produce your own wine.

Features

Reference243952
Price4,500,000 EUR
Number of Bedrooms
Bedrooms
4
Number of Bathrooms
Bathrooms
4
Floor Space in Metres Squared
Floor Space
466.0m2
Land Size in Metres Squared
Land Area
2.5 Ha

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This Villa is located in Sa Rapita in Balearic Islands

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