This approximately 300-year-old town house was completely renovated in 2004 and then entered in the register with this year for construction.
This lovingly designed and well thought-out building is located in the centre of the city, near the small market square and is in a quiet location. Sitting on the patio and looking across the private garden at the church spire, you wouldn’t think you’re in a townhouse.
On the lowest floor, in addition to the entrance and stair access to the living area, there is a large garage that can easily accommodate 4 cars, a laundry room, a storage room, the technology for hot water and garden irrigation and a bathroom with shower and utility area.
From here you can access the garden area with lawn, shady trees, an above ground pool and the staircase to the outdoor terrace, which in turn is also connected to the attic.
The first floor has the main living area, which is distributed into a hallway, a spacious kitchen with utility room, a large living room with wood stove, two bedrooms – one with walk-in closet and a bathroom.
An open staircase leads inside to the attic.
Here you will find another bedroom, a bathroom with an adjacent walk-in closet and a living room that can be used as an office, studio or as another bedroom. From here, an outside staircase leads back to the terrace of the main living area.
Many windows and the ceiling beams give the house a special charm and character.
A tastefully designed house, with many details, that set it apart from other townhouses and make it a special property.
Petra is a picturesque town in the middle of the island – more precisely: in the Pla de Mallorca region.
The city is known for being the birthplace of Franciscan friar and missionary Fray Junípero Serra. He founded many missions in California.
The well-kept place is an ideal starting point for hiking and cycling. Petra also benefits from a train connection to Palma and Manacor.
Petra is 48 km from the airport and can be reached in approximately 40 minutes via the Ma-15 motorway.
The word ‘Petra’ comes from the Mozarabic word for stone. Indeed, sandstone dominates the landscape of the region.
* high ceilings
* Ceiling joists
* two walk-in closets
* private garden
* Laundry room
* Storage and storage rooms
* Equipped kitchen
* large terrace area
* large fireplace
* Double glazing
* Parquet floor
* Wooden shutters
* Orientation south
IBI / property tax: 352.17 euros annually
Garbage fees: 149 euros per year
We are Main Agents in the area and can offer you personal service and local advice.
Call: Charles Westlake-Wood for more information or to book a viewing appointment on 0044 7930107125
EAST COAST PROPERTIES
Huether and Partner
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