This contemporary villa boasts over 400 m2 of sophisticated living space that blur the lines between indoors and outdoors.
Highlights of this exceptional property include a private pool, ample terraces, a central atrium that brings natural light into the interior, and underground parking for three cars. Built on gently sloping land, the property is surrounded by landscaped gardens with an infinity pool at the lowest point, terraces and living areas oriented towards the mountains and an open concept interior. The plant-filled atrium is at the heart of the ground floor, filling the space with natural light. Fanning off from it are the entrance hall and staircase, a pantry/utility room, one double bedroom with en suite bathroom, and a spacious open concept kitchen, dining and living room, arranged on split levels that match the tiers of terraces outside. Floor to ceiling glass along one side of the living area looks out on to the terrace dining and seating areas, making the most of the outdoor living potential.
The first floor, which is also accessible via an exterior staircase, comprises three more double bedrooms and bathrooms. Two of these faces the atrium, ensuring plenty of light, and also have access to a shared terrace with views of the countryside.
First rate construction, the finest materials and top-quality appliances will be used in this modern Mallorquin home. The continuous use of pale woods, natural stone cladding and an abundance of glass both inside and out, ties this property together aesthetically, ensuring it is warm, light and contemporary, whilst enjoying both proximity to nature and easy access to the Palma and the coast.
Genova is the village located closest to Palma. Within just a few minutes’ drive from the hustle and bustle of the city you will find yourself looking down at the sea and forests which embraces this beautiful location. Genova with its village atmosphere and its narrow winding streets is located at the foot of the Na burguesa mountain range and has been inhabited since pre-historic times. It has a small church named after the patron saint of Genova, San Salvador.
It also has an underground cave attraction which is the smallest cave system in Mallorca. Due to its elevated position Genova also has amazing views of the island that stretches for miles. There is a local fiesta in August to celebrate San Salvador, the patron saint of Genova. There are a surprisingly large number of restaurants to choose from in Genova including some with an excellent reputation. It’s certainly a good place to sample traditional Mallorcan and Mediterranean cuisine for example at the ever so popular restaurant Can Pedro with its amazing views from the rooftop terrace. The proximity to Palma as well as being close to many of the international schools on the island makes Genova a popular place to live for local and international residents alike.