Inspired by traditional Mallorcan villages with their village communities, Pueblo combines the dream of a rural island living with maximum comfort. Thirteen villas, four groups of buildings, one pool area – and endless opportunities to enjoy life. This is Pueblo. Every villa is unique and boasts its own individual flair. Different building heights, extensions with individual windows and roofs, balconies, shutters, façades that are set back or jut forward, give Pueblo its authenticity and emphasise the individuality of its inhabitants. It is these details and variations that make the concept of Pueblo so appealing. Despite the village character, every villa also offers privacy, with hidden patios, pleasant shady spots and covered terraces. In contrast to the convincingly rural impression, behind the façades the buildings boast modern technology and the highest-quality building design. Casa Mimosa is the middle villa of the group of three in the south-east of Pueblo. From the entrance area on the leafy patio, the front door opens into an open-plan space with a living and dining area, while the kitchen is separated from the living room by a counter. The floor-to-ceiling windows blur the boundary between the outdoor area, with a covered terrace and pool, and the indoor living space. Three large bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms are envisaged for the first floor; an alternative usage of the abundant space can be flexibly planned with an early purchase of Casa Mimosa.
With their sandy beaches and marinas, Santa Ponsa and El Toro in the south-west of Mallorca are two of the most beautiful locations on the island. Here, with excellent infrastructure and the capital city of Palma within easy reach, Pueblo combines the dream of rural island living with every possible creature comfort.
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