Large Teaser
Reference246888
Price1,200,000 EUR
Bedrooms5
Bathrooms2
Floor Space260.0m2
Land Area840.0m2

Character 5 bedroom Villa for sale with countryside view in Calvia, Mallorca

1,200,000 EUR
1,032,000 GBP1,284,000 USD
Charming 5 bedroom Mediterranean villa, which was built in 2008, situated right in the heart of the beautiful village of Calvia.

Set on a plot of 840m2 and with a living area of 260m2, features include, on the ground floor: large living room with an open fireplace, separate kitchen with a laundry room, guest WC, 2 double bedrooms and a nice covered terrace with a dining area.

The first floor offers 3 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, 1 of which is en-suite and a small balcony with views over the garden and the pool.

There is also a basement with a large garage for 4 cars.

Features: private well-kept garden, large swimming pool, air conditioning, oil central heat...
Charming 5 bedroom Mediterranean villa, which was built in 2008, situated right in the heart of the beautiful village of Calvia.

Set on a plot of 840m2 and with a living area of 260m2, features include, on the ground floor: large living room with an open fireplace, separate kitchen with a laundry room, guest WC, 2 double bedrooms and a nice covered terrace with a dining area.

The first floor offers 3 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, 1 of which is en-suite and a small balcony with views over the garden and the pool.

There is also a basement with a large garage for 4 cars.

Features: private well-kept garden, large swimming pool, air conditioning, oil central heating.

Calvia is in the west of Mallorca, just 20 minutes from Palma and its airport. Calvia boasts both great beaches and a modern infrastructure with shops and plenty of bars and restaurants. At the same time, it has managed to retain its old village charm and tradition. The town has become a popular destination for visitors and foreign residents alike. The mild, stable climate offers an average temperature of 30C in summer and 14C in winter. Around 300 sunny days a year light up the sunny coastline of Calvia.
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