The property market on the historical island of Mallorca, the largest Balearic island is still booming with super rich buyers from France, Ireland, Russia and Sweden dominating the prime market. Over the past 15 years, Mallorca has successfully been transformed from a sun-and-sea holiday destination to a year-round location with one of the most modern infrastructures in the Mediterranean region.
It is home to a cosmopolitan group of artists, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, celebrities and members of the international jet set who have marked Mallorca’s position on the world’s glamour maps. Here is your chance to be one of Mallorcan inhabitants when buy this luxury villa that complements all that is Mallorca: magnificent blue sea and sky, gorgeous sunshine and year-round indoor-outdoor lifestyle.
This minimalist and contemporary villa, designed by one of Spain’s most noted residential architects Alberto Rubio can be rightly called his ultimate masterpiece. Villa’s grand curves and open plan, finished off in dazzling whites depict his recognizable seagull design.
Set on the 1,510m² land, this stunning villa offers incredible panorama view over the Bay of Cala Marmacen from the several rooms. There are four bedrooms inside the 541m² of luxurious living space, as well as expensive terraces, the stunning living and dining areas, breakfast area all bathed in light that glistens due to lot of white minimalist surfaces. As well as villa’s openness of design, its furniture is minimalist in style, and the floors are polished concrete, adding to the home’s sleek and modern allure.
The house allows effortless movement from indoors to outdoors. Outside, there are both open and sheltered terrace areas.
Also, there are the finest of technological details, including a Bose sound system, security, climate control with underfloor heating and the most modern in lighting technology and design.
Anyone with a penchant for the timeless glamour and prestige of the exclusive Mallorca will be thrilled by this unique villa, priced at €9.8 million ($12.6 million).
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