Very cute 'pied-á-terre' in old town Pollensa

House, Buy | Spain, Mallorca, North, Pollensa

Property Price

425,000 EUR

Price

Property Bedrooms

3

Bedrooms

Property Bathrooms

1

Bathrooms

Property Total surface

116 ㎡

Total surface

Property Total surface

80 ㎡

Plot size

E&V ID W-0225IQ

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Amenities and special features of this house

Type: House • Region: North • Construction year: 1900 • Total surface: 116 ㎡ • Terraces: 1 • Bedrooms: 3 • Bathrooms: 1 • Plot size: 80 ㎡ • Fireplace • Guest toilet • Heating: Central heating • Floor type: Tiles

This is a comfortable, totally renovated house full of traditional Mallorcan features right in the heart of the old town. Tucked away at the end of a cul de sac, means it is highly private whilst remaining within walking distance of the market square, shops and restaurants. It is big enough to be enjoyed by all the family and small enough to just lock up and go. In beautiful condition with air conditioning and central heating, the house has a separate dining room with fireplace, living room and kitchen both opening to a lovely patio, downstair guest toilet and outside a covered laundry area. Upstairs are three double bedrooms and one full bathroom. A super property and very nice renovation with lots of attention having been paid to details and use of space.

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Pollensa

Pollensa

Via Pollentia 20 | 07460 Pollensa | Spain

Pollensa: Location and surroundings of this property

The beautiful old town of Pollensa has a population of more than 16,000 and is part of the Municipality of Pollensa, that also includes Puerto Pollensa and Cala San Vicente. The town is 6 km from the coast and 58 from the airport and the capital Palma de Mallorca. The old town is characterised by narrow streets and the old market square. The town has a medley of cafes, bars, eateries and small hotels. Pollensa offers a special insight into the Mediterranean lifestyle that has evolved over the centuries, it is a town with history that values its traditions and customs. In the early 1920s, Pollensa became a popular destination for famous painters, writers and musicians who visited the island. Today Pollensa continues to be important to the cultural and art worlds promoting and hosting concerts and exhibitions of relevance, such as the International Music Festival held during the summer months. The event calendar is busy in Pollensa the most notable occasions being the festivals of Sant Antoni in January the Easter celebrations and the week-long festivities of the patron saint ‘La Patrona Mare de Déu dels Àngels’ from the 26th July to and including the 2nd of August. Also well worth visiting is the wine fair in April and the Sunday markets held every week. Points of interest include the convent on the Puig de Maria, where there are fantastic 360º views and a great cafe, and if you book you can even sleep there for a small sum. There is a Roman Bridge, which probably is not Roman and the 365 steps of the Calvario, here too there is a great little cafe at the top to recover from the climb and relish the huge views to both the bays of Pollensa and Alcudia.

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Year of construction: 1900

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