This house is located on a large corner plot in the village of Cala Murada and from the small roof terrace, one has a view of the nearby coast.
There is a driveway with parking for one car, a garden gate with a path through the Mediterranean garden directly to the terrace, as well as a double garage that can be accessed from two sides.
At the rear of the garage (accessible via a side street) there is another entrance to the house, which leads through a small inner courtyard.
The courtyard has an outdoor seating area, which is ideal for serving breakfast from the kitchen.
The layout of the house is unusual. This is due to the fact that the previous owners created a guest apartment.
There are two kitchens, a large and a small living room, four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a guest WC.
The two living rooms lead out onto the large veranda, which is partly covered and overlooks the private pool. An external staircase leads to the roof terrace.
The previous owners have already started renovation work but there is still plenty of room to add your own ideas and designs.
The existing heating system needs to be replaced, as it has not been in operation for a long time and no longer working properly.
There is a fireplace and air conditioning in the house.
This property has a lot of potential to adapt and re design your own house in Mallorca.
The village of Cala Murada has grown over the years. This is mainly due to its popularity with many foreign residents. A small, quiet beach nestled between the village and the rugged rocky coastline, offering the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing day at the beach, even in the busy summer season.
Due to the large number of year-round residents in Cala Murada some bars, restaurants and supermarkets are open all year round.
Further amenities can be found in the nearby towns of Portocolom, Felanitx, Manacor and Porto Cristo.
From Cala Murada, one can reach the beaches of Cales de Mallorca by foot. Cala Domingos Gran and Petit as well as Cala Antena can be reached from the footpath along the coast.
The area surrounding the village is characterized by extensive pine forests and meadows with fig, carob and almond trees.
Attractive excursion include visiting the former small fishing village of Portocolom, which is popular with locals and tourists alike. It has a marina promenade overlooking the island’s largest natural harbour and also has many restaurants and cafés. A hiking trail from Cala Murada across the wild Cala S’Algar takes one on foot to the old fishing port of Portocolom between the old town and the Sa Punta peninsula.
The airport can be reached in just 40 minutes via the new highway that connects Llucmajor with Campos.
– City electricity
– City water
– Septic tank
– Outdoor shower
– Windows partly double-glazed PVC / partly single-glazed wood
– Wooden beams on the ceiling
– Wooden shutters
– Fireplace with adjacent wood storage
– Heating installation (but boiler defective)
– Private pool
– Double garage
– Mediterranean garden
– Roof terrace with sea view
IBI / property tax: 1023.43 euros per year
Waste disposal charges: 169.11 euros per year
Costs for conversion, renovation and refurbishment should be factored in.
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.
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