3 bed country house for sale
07460 Pollença, Balearic Islands, Spain
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- Traditional country home
- Good location between Pollensa and Alcudia
- Completely renovation inside
- 3 Bedroom
- 2 bathrooms
- 304 m2 build size
- 14 700 m2 plot
- Great rental property
- Air conditioning
This property is a pretty traditional style country house built on one floor and located in beautiful Mediterranean countryside between the towns of Pollensa and Alcudia in the north of the island of Mallorca. There is a living/dining area, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms ( In fact it´s possible to have a third bedroom with no problem, it´s just that the owner has it differently ) and 2 bathrooms, with one of them being ensuite. Traditional features include exposed wooden beams and accommodation is very comfortable throughout. The plot is 14.700 sqms and it would be possible to extend the house if required and always subject to planning permission. There is a nice garden with a good sized swimming pool and a spacious terrace, just perfect for alfresco dining and relaxing.The location of the property is truly fantastic. It is a short distance from the old historic town of Pollensa, famous for its 365 Calvario steps, lively Main Square, wonderful selection of restaurants and narrow cobbled pedestrian streets where you can stroll and browse in the charming little shops. Equally close by is another beautiful and historic town, Alcudia, very popular with visitors, especially on market days.The lovely sandy beaches and coves of the northern coast of the island are all within easy reach of the property.
Perenially popular but still with charm and sophistication. "Attractive rural town in the North West of Mallorca" At the eastern end of the Serra de Tramuntana and tucked between two hills, each topped by a sacred site, Pollenca is the perfect Mallorcan town. Large enough to avoid being twee but small enough to wander round in a morning, it has none of the feel of other towns which have succumbed under the sheer weight of tourism. Foreigners have long been attracted here, but Pollenca has learned to accept and adapt to tourism without losing its soul. Cafe life is still the rule; if you want to join in, come on a Sunday morning when the Plaza Major is filled with market stalls and the locals congregate after church to relax in the Cafe Espanyol.
Pollenca has many little boutiques and gift shops selling locally crafted goods from jewellery to ceramics, fabrics and interior decorations (try to visit the Pollenca fair in the middle of November if crafty fairs are your thing!). The market in Pollenca is held every Sunday between 8.30am and 1.00pm. The market in Port de Pollenca is on Wednesdays. Pollenca is hugely popular with walkers and cyclists thanks to its marvellous location in the foothills of the Tramuntana mountains. Coastal walks are also popular, particularly up towards the Cap de Formentor on the north-westerly coast of Mallorca - road cyclists are also fond the twisty road that takes you to the lighthouse on the Cap. Sailors are attracted to the area for the northern coastline and there are plenty of water sports at the beaches of both Port de Pollenca and Port d'Alcudia. Golf enthusiasts have several golf courses close by, and there are a number of horse riding centres in the locality too.
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