Mediterranean dream townhouse in Alaró

House, Buy | Spain, Mallorca, Central, Alaró

Property Price

1,150,000 EUR


Property Bedrooms



Property Bathrooms



Property Living area

206 ㎡

Living space

Property Total surface

206 ㎡

Total surface

Property Total surface

103 ㎡

Plot size


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Amenities and special features of this house

Type: House • Region: Central • Construction year: 1870 • Total surface: 206 ㎡ • Terraces: 1 • Total rooms: 4 • Bedrooms: 3 • Bathrooms: 4 • Living space: 206 ㎡ • Plot size: 103 ㎡ • Balconies: 1 • Kitchen • Swimmingpool • Heating: Central heating • Heating: Underfloor heating • Fire type: Heat Pump • Floor type: Tiles

The Mediterranean dream combines natural materials with a warm and authentic design. Unintentional, imperfect, wabi sabi in a Mallorcan interpretation. Natural stone façade and walls, wooden windows, coloured Persianas, clay tiles, linen curtains, walls made of natural lime for a healthy indoor climate and many other details that make this house special. The property is located right in the heart of Alaró,. The owner himself is also an artist, which is definitely reflected in the property. The house has a total of three floors. On the ground floor there is a beautiful wooden dining area with floor-to-ceiling windows. One of the two living areas is accessed through a beautiful stone arch that has been preserved. The beautiful domed ceiling has also been preserved and restored from the historic building fabric. Adjacent to this is a deliberately minimalist kitchen made of light-coloured wood and white stone.The kitchen leads to the patio with pool and dining table. Two of the three bedrooms are located on the first floor. Both rooms have their own bathroom en-suite. In the bedroom to the left, the original tiles have been lovingly restored, the bordeaux-red, white chequerboard pattern in combination with the natural stone and the high ceiling give the room a sublime character. To the left is the second bedroom with a very spacious bathroom for extensive beauty time. The room also has its own small sun terrace with a view of the patio. The top floor is the master floor. The spacious bedroom is very bright and radiates lightness thanks to the sloping roof and skylights. The spacious bathroom is also deliberately kept in light tones to emphasise this feeling. On the other side of the master floor is the second main living room with a cosy sofa area that invites you to relax. Adjacent to this is a south-facing sun terrace with beautiful views of the countryside and the Tramuntana mountains. In many corners of the property have been preserved from the original structure and give each room a special authenticity. The floor on the lowest floor is a seamless microcement and has underfloor heating. The two upper floors have a particularly energy and climate efficient heating system via fancoils powered by aerothermia pump. Additional features: mains electricity and water, 3x2 pool.

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Alaró: Location and surroundings of this property

The picturesque village of Alaró is located in a quiet valley between two well-known mountains in the south of the Tramuntana mountain range. It is located in the centre of the island of Mallorca and currently has more than 5,700 inhabitants. It is about 20 minutes from the centre of Palma, as well as from the nearest beaches and the airport. It has numerous restaurants, as well as our beautiful Engel & Völkers office in the town square. It stands out for its old architecture and beautiful cobbled streets in the oldest part of the village, as well as for the surrounding nature. Alaró is home to a weekly market every Saturday, where one can find local fresh produce and clothes. In addition, its inhabitants of different nationalities give it a great cultural diversity. One of the most famous sights is the Castell d'Alaró, which is situated on the top of the mountain at an altitude of 822 metres and is listed as a site of cultural interest. The castle has stunning views of the Mallorcan countryside and as far as the bay of Palma, and is about two hours' walk from the centre of the village. It is a popular village for cyclists and hikers as it has some of the best routes on the island. The most important industry for the village was the shoe industry, which once numbered 30 factories, and today still includes the workshop of Tony Mora, world famous for his handmade cowboy boots.

Energy Information

Year of construction: 1870 • Energy consumption value: 183.8 kWh/(m2*a) • CO2 emission: 57.7 kg/m2 • CO2 Emission Rating: E • Fire type: Heat Pump • Energy efficiency rating: E

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Engel & Völkers acts solely as an intermediary and, in this capacity, cannot provide legal advice on building regulations or any other legal matters, nor can it guarantee the condition of the properties offered. All information is based exclusively on data provided by the owners to Engel & Völkers, and therefore no guarantee is given regarding the completeness, accuracy, and timeliness of this information. The offer is subject to errors, price changes, omission and/or withdrawal from the market without prior notice. It is recommended to engage a specialised lawyer to verify the legal and urbanistic status of the property and, if necessary, an independent surveyor to check the status of the property. Availability to be agreed. Transfer fees, VAT, notary and registration fees are to be incurred in the purchase are to be borne by the buyer. According to the sales form, the brokerage costs are to be paid by the seller.

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