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Reference246801
Price4,900,000 EUR
Bedrooms6
Bathrooms3
Floor Space450.0m2
Land Area780.0m2

Bright 6 bedroom Villa for sale with sea view and panoramic view in Alcanada, Alcudia, Mallorca

4,900,000 EUR
3,784,000 GBP4,708,000 USD
Superb 6 bedroom south facing villa, which occupies a sea front plot of around 780m2 in the prestigious area of Alcanada, with plenty of outdoor living space, privileged direct access to the sea and is conveniently close to the golf course and all local amenities.

Totally renovated in 2017, the villa has a contemporary look and luxury feel. It is finished using top quality materials throughout, it would be an impressive primary home or a lavish holiday residence.

Main house: 4 double bedrooms including a master suite with a dressing room, 3 bathrooms (2 en-suite), a fully fitted kitchen, dining area, a home office, library and a large living room which leads to a terrace offe...
Superb 6 bedroom south facing villa, which occupies a sea front plot of around 780m2 in the prestigious area of Alcanada, with plenty of outdoor living space, privileged direct access to the sea and is conveniently close to the golf course and all local amenities.

Totally renovated in 2017, the villa has a contemporary look and luxury feel. It is finished using top quality materials throughout, it would be an impressive primary home or a lavish holiday residence.

Main house: 4 double bedrooms including a master suite with a dressing room, 3 bathrooms (2 en-suite), a fully fitted kitchen, dining area, a home office, library and a large living room which leads to a terrace offering plenty of space for entertaining.

Guest apartment - 75m2: self-sufficient and includes 2 double bedrooms which share a bathroom, a fitted kitchen, open plan living/dining area and a private terrace.

Other features include numerous terraces, a rooftop Jacuzzi with a view and access to the sea via a sunbathing platform with a ladder into the water - although not for exclusive use, it is located in front of the house in a little-know area, mostly only used by neighbours.

In addition, the property has a garden with automatic irrigation system, a laundry/utility room, ducted hot/cold air conditioning, double glazing, porcelain tiles and LED lighting.

Alcudia is one of the most attractive historical towns in Mallorca. The medieval wall built in the 14th Century; the ruins of the ancient Roman city Pollentia and the church of Sant Jaume attract hundreds of visitors, lovers of architecture, culture and history year upon year. The port of Alcudia is located just a couple kilometres away offering a wide range of entertainment activities, exquisite restaurants and trendy cafes. Apart from its inherent beauty, Alcudia is brilliantly located near the heavenly beaches in the bays of Alcudia and Pollensa, and has easy access to the motorway that connects the entire island.
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