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This exceptional new development is located in the heart of the Sierra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Amidst a picturesque mountain scenery, the small village of Deià is one of the prettiest places you can find on Mallorca. The authentic village has always been a magnet for artists, writers and other creative minds who discovered the beauty of this region a long time ago.
The project is, just as its location, one of a kind. Surrounded by lush, Mediterranean scenery, 21 townhouses are nestled at the foot of the Teix mountain. Designed by the well-known Mallorcan architect Toni Juncasa and inspired by the authentic villages of the island, this new development carefully preserves the tradition, tranquility and charm of its natural surroundings.
Prices start from 550.000 Euros to 1.660.000 Euros
Contact our team for more information about this new development in Deià.
Engel & Völkers Mallorca Projects | Tel.: +34 971 67 26 50 | E-Mail: Mallorca.Projects@engelvoelkers.com
Every home is unique
Unique, sizeable homes, built using traditional Mallorcan techniques and materials. With a carefully planned interior, every home has its own special character. Living rooms with a fireplace to create a welcoming atmosphere, gardens and terraces to enjoy the outdoors with family and friends, and warm, comfortable bedrooms in which to relax as a couple. Every corner is designed with the owner’s wellbeing in mind.
Every house is individual in style; the colours of the windows shutters, the type of doors, windows and chimney-stacks, all will be uniquely designed for each home, giving all the properties their own individual character. The facades will be finished in traditional Mallorcan techniques with natural stone-cladding in limestone applying different treatments.
The townhouses vary in sizes from 118 to 290 sqm and have 2 or 3 bedrooms. An open-plan kitchen adjoining the living room provides a contemporary lifestyle and the lounge-dining area, with a fireplace creates a cosy and inviting ambiente. A community pool in landscaped gardens is a highlight during the summer months. Other features are; a guest toilet, underfloor heating, hi-tech reversible air-conditioning and doubled-glazed windows.
Deià - The beautiful Jewel in the Tramuntana Mountains
The wonderful North-West Coast of Mallorca, stretching from Puerto de Sóller to Estellencs, is without doubt one of the most beautiful parts of the island. Its picturesque landscape of stunning cliffs, ancient olive groves, orange groves, terraced farmland and estates steeped in history have been inspiring countless artists, composers and painters for centuries. Discover a world of sensations Although the island is a very popular international tourist destination, this area has managed to preserve its true Mallorcan character, its own special identity and an excellent level of conservation on the coast, inland and in its villages. It is this level of contrast, conservation and beauty that has made it one of the most exclusive and coveted areas on the island.
Petit Deià - designed by the renown architect Antonio Juncosa Aysa
Antonio Juncosa Aysa is very well known in and around Deià, and in the Mallorcan world of architectural cultural tradition, having designed projects that have helped to preserve the Tramuntana Mountain Range as a World Heritage Site, in his capacity as a specialist in traditional Mallorcan Architecture. He has also designed projects for particularly prominent clients, such as actors, key financiers and major Scandinavian investors. One of the reasons behind Toni Juncosa’s relationship with this cultural élite is his involvement in certain projects associated with the great Joan Miró, and with architects such as José Luis Sert.
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