This spacious duplex apartment with sea views, is located in an apartment building right on the first line of the sea with views of the harbour.
The property is spread over 2 floors, each with around 115 sq m of space.
The first floor has a kitchen, a dining room, a living room and a bedroom – as well as a separate toilet.
The floor tiles are made of marble and the view of the harbour from one of the two balconies makes this apartment a very special. It also has a private courtyard.
The second floor, with parquet flooring, has three further bedrooms – including a single room, a double room and another double room with bathroom en suite and sea view terrace.
Due to the large built-in wardrobes, this apartment has plenty of storage space.
The property has air conditioning and heating, making it an ideal property for permanent living in Mallorca.
Discover the northern Mallorcan coastal town that inspired Agatha Christie to write her novel ‘Problems at Pollensa Bay’.
Once a simple fishing port, the town is now very attractive and has an interesting history.
During the Spanish Civil War, the Port de Pollença lighthouse was converted into a military base at the behest of General Franco.
Wealthy families from Madrid and Palma built beautiful retreats along the long stretch of bay known as the Pine Lane in the early 20th century.
Watch the sunset from the cliffs on the way to Cap d’Formentor, where the old watchtower stands. The winding journey to the top is only permitted out of season but you can also enjoy a wonderful and incomparable view of the Bay of Pollença from the first viewing platform.
If you prefer to do some serious hiking, traverse the beautiful scenery of the Boquer Valley to a secluded cove. If you’re lucky you’ll see some eye-catching birds soaring overhead along the way, such as black vultures or Eleonora’s falcons, which are very rare in the rest of Europe.
Many of Port de Pollença’s waterfront shops cater to holidaymakers – but nearby Pollença, below Mount Calvary, has all the shops, restaurants and other small shops open all year round.
For golfers there is Golf Pollença, a 9 hole course on the main road to Palma. Further afield is the 18-hole Alcanada course, near Alcúdia, which offers spectacular views and a challenging, first-class course.
The calm, shallow waters of Pollença Bay are ideal for the popular sport of ‘stand up paddle’.
Kite surfing is also very popular and Pollença is a good place to learn. The colourful kites can often be seen from the beach towards Alcúdia.
* currently 12 apartments, a ground floor apartment and a studio included – officially 13 residential units
* Outside staircase
* Underground car park
* Storage rooms
* BBQ on the roof terrace
* Connection for washing machine in the bathroom
* Hot water spa
* no heating / no air conditioning
* Current rental income: 8300 euros pro Monat
* Renovation required
IBI and garbage is currently paid for by the tenants
– so there is no precise information
Garbage fees approx. 120 euros per year per residential unit
There are no community fees
– everyone cleans their area outside staircase and hallway themselves.
All residential units have their own cadastral number and can therefore be sold separately.
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