This is a unique opportunity to acquire a rustic plot of land boasting 21,398 m2 in a special protected area. Legally the plot fulfils all requirements concerning size and situation for the construction of a two-storey villa up to 347 m2 in size with pool. The surrounding environment is especially peaceful and harmonic, encompassed by wonderful nature yet not too far from the bays of Pollensa and Alcudia. From the upper floor of the house the views of these bays will make a perfect backdrop. Without a shadow of a doubt this is a fantastic opportunity for those who wish to construct the house of their dreams in a peaceful, rural environment but equally have the advantages of living close to the town. The offer includes the building licence and the building project so it is possible to start to build immediately.
Nature, water, quality of life – that is the overriding motto here. The historic town of Alcudia in the North of Mallorca is one of the most thriving and exclusive touristic centres on the Balearic Islands. Formerly the capital of Mallorca (in Roman times) the area now prides itself on the prized combination of idyllic countryside and luxurious living space it has to offer. Just 2 kms from the sandy coves of Mal Pas, 3 kms to Puerto Alcudias well equipped marina, 4 kms to the best golf course in Spain (as voted in one of Germanys leading golf magazines) and a half hour drive to the islands capital, Palma and the airport. With an excellent selection of restaurants, bistros, shops and a twice-weekly market on your doorstep this property exudes maritime flair and superb water sport and recreational facilities alongside a traditional Mediterranean village lifestyle.
Availability upon agreement. This material is based upon information, which we consider reliable, but because third parties have supplied it, we cannot represent that it is accurate or complete, and it should not be relied upon as such. This offering is subject to errors, omissions, and change of price or withdrawal without notice. Taxes, notary and register fees must be paid by purchaser, the commission by the seller as stipulated by Spanish regulations.