Renovated villa with stunning seaviews
Renovated villa with stunning seaviews- situated only a few metres from the beach on the south coast of the municipality of Maó. In a quiet residential area.
It is distributed in two levels: Semi Basement and Ground Floor, comprises a garage, a storeroom, a TV room and a staff bedroom with private bathroom, a large open plan living room with double height ceilings, a dining room and fully fitted kitchen, a hallway, four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a laundry room. 5 bedrooms (two of them like suites) and 4 bathrooms.
Outside, a swimming pool, paved areas and well-kept gardens.
To highlight, the elevated position of the plot which, although it is not on the sea front, boasts panoramic sea views, from the lighthouse of the Isla del Aire to the cliffs of Macarella.
Excellent state of conservation and high-end construction quality of the interior and exterior finishings. The property has been completely refurbished in the last two years.
It is worth mentioning that the property is built on a sanitary slab, from which you have access to all the installations of the house. This construction system guarantees a better insulation from the ground and avoids humidity filtrations, a common problem on the island.
Should you require further information and photos, please let us know. We are pleased to give you all the answers to your questions regarding this stunning villa.
- The centre of Mahón with it’s cozy cafés and small boutiques
- The oldest opera house of Spain in the heart of Mahon
- The famouse organ in the church of Santa Maria in Mahon
- The picturesque beach of Cala Es Mesquida
- The fortress of La Mola in the harbour of Mahon
- The famous Gin-factory
Mahon is the capital town of Minorca.
The city is located on the eastern coast of the island. Maó-Mahón has one of the largest natural harbours in the world. A small but important Royal Navy Dockyard was established by the British on the north side of the harbour, opposite the town, in 1715. It served as the Royal Navy’s principal Mediterranean base for much of the 18th century, and remains in use today as a Spanish Naval station.
It is not a very large town, but retains building from various periods reflecting its history, especially touches of the British architecture with its bow windows.
The town hall is one of the more historical buildings, built in 161, which still bears the clock contributed by the British Governor Richard Kane. Right next to it you will find the gothic church of Santa Maria, which houses one of Mahon’s treasures, an organ with over 3000 pipes.
In respect of cultural buildings, the Theatre Principal is the oldest opera house in Spain, dated 1829.
The closest beaches are Cala Mesquida and Es Grau.