This townhouse was completely renovated in 2021 and careful attention was paid to every detail. For example, the old stone walls were uncovered and thanks to indirect lighting, are now particularly prominent.
The staircase to the upper floor was fitted with a glass railing ensuring that the open plan character is retained.
The bathroom furniture and doors are made from special wood, supplied from mainland Spain Barcelona and the door attachments operate via a special roller mechanism.
The kitchen has been opened up and has a modern cooking island.
The ground floor has the living/dining area, a spacious kitchen and a bathroom with a shower.
From the kitchen one can access the inner courtyard, which can be covered with a large awning. The inner courtyard could also be used as a parking space, as the courtyard can be reached from the street through the garage entrance.
On the 1st floor there are two bedrooms – one with a walk-in wardrobe, and a bathroom with a free-standing bathtub.
On the 2nd floor is another bedroom, which is currently used as a playroom, which has access to the stone column balcony with typical Mallorcan floor tiles.
A dream townhouse with a very special flair.
In the northeast of Mallorca is the dreamy little town of Son Servera, in the region known as the Llevant.
The town has retained much of its original appearance and charm. On market days, one can still see Mallorcans, sitting in the cafés on the market square in front of the church or just watching the hustle and bustle go by.
Hearing the name of this town, golfers immediately think of the local golf course Son Servera Golf. This is the second oldest golf course in Mallorca and was opened in the 1960s as a 9-hole course but was expanded to 18 holes in 2012. Other golf courses in Canyamel and Capdepera are easily accessible from here.
Cala Millor also belongs to the municipality of Son Servera with its long sandy beach, lying between the smaller holiday resort of Cala Bona and the nature reserve Sa Punta de n’Amer.
From Son Son Servera you can quickly reach the pretty town of Artà by car. This town is not only popular for its basketwork but also for the lively weekly market on Tuesday mornings.
In Son Servera has all the shops for your daily needs and there are also a few bars and restaurants, most of which are open all year round.
* Air conditioner
* Stone walls
* Old elements have been preserved
* Ceiling joists
* Optically open staircase to the upper floor
* Freestanding tub
* Walk-in shower
* Tiled floor
* Wooden furniture from Barcelona
* Wooden doors from Barcelona
* Windows on the front of the house are wood
* On the back of the house the windows are UPVC
* Garage with wood effect UPVC door
* Garage can be used as a parking space or patio
* The house will be handed over unfurnished.
IBI / property tax: 381 euros per year
Garbage fees: 102 euros per year
According to the owner, the Final de Obra was rejected because the garage door is no longer made of wood. In addition, the metal railing in front of the bedroom was replaced with a frosted glass pane. The office does not agree with this either.
If these things change, the final building acceptance will be granted.
The owners will request this in writing from the town hall.
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