A charming detached villa sitting on 700m² of land and next to an area of green belt. Just a few minutes drive from the popular 18 hole golf course, this immaculate villa comprises 3 double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and 2 bathrooms. The smart, fitted kitchen leads to a welcoming lounge/dining room and looks out to garden and swimming pool. The house is perfect for those summer holidays as it is equipped with air-conditioning and double glazing. This property is already designed for wheelchair access including wider doors and pool access. The villa will be sold fully furnished and ready to use. An extra benefit is the tourist license with the ability to rent it out and earn a rental income. The shops and bars are a few minutes drive or a 10 minute walk and includes the golf course with tennis courts and restaurant. The larger towns of Alayor and the Capital, Mahon are a maximum 20 minute drive.
Sitting pretty on the world's second-largest natural harbour (5km long), Mahon is an unusual blend of Anglo and Spanish characteristics. The British made it the capital of Menorca in 1713, and the influence of their almost-100-year presence (the island reverted to Spanish rule in 1802) is still evident in the town’s architecture, traditions and culture. Built atop the cliffs that line the harbour’s southern shore, the town is a bright, breezy, easy-going place. Although some older buildings still remain, the majority of the architecture is in the restrained 18th-century Georgian style (note the sash windows and, as the Menorcans say to this day, boínders – bow windows).
Menorca’s southern flank tends to have the better beaches – and thus the greater concentration of development. The jagged coastline is occasionally interrupted by a small inlet with a sandy beach, backed by a cluster of gleaming-white villas, largely small-scale and in Moorish-Mediterranean style. The coast south of Mahon has a sprinkling of pretty coves, the island's top winery and mysterious archaeological sites that delight anyone with an interest in prehistory. The Me1, Menorca’s main road connecting Mahon and Ciutadella, runs east–west through undulating farmland, passing by the sun-bleached villages of Alaior, Es Mercadal and Ferreries. Along the way smaller roads branch off towards the beaches and resorts of the north and south coasts. Many of Menorca’s most significant archaeological sites are signposted off the main road.Inland from Es Grau and separated from the coast by a barrier of high sand dunes is s’Albufera, the largest freshwater lagoon in the Balearics. Home to many species of wetland birds, it’s also an important stopover for migrating species. The lagoon and its shores form the ‘nucleus zone’ of Menorca’s Biosphere Reserve, a natural park protected from the threat of development.
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Son Parc, Mercadal, Es, Menorca, Balearic Islands, Spain