in Sant Jordi de ses Salines
Sant Jordi de ses Salines (Sant Josep de sa Talaia)
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Sa Carocca - San Jordi
Villa Balinesa is a very cute little property where all 110 sqm of it's precious built space has been maximised and stylised in true Bali fashion, to the max. The owne...
Sa Carocca - San Jordi
Villa Balinesa is a very cute little property where all 110 sqm of it's precious built space has been maximised and stylised in true Bali fashion, to the max. The owner has created a beautiful villa with a tropical atmosphere and balinese decoration, right in the middle of a much sought after urban area.
With it's relatively large swimming pool of 34 sqm (compared to the size of the plot of 250 sqm) surrounded by a tropical garden, and large protected roof terrace, the 3 bedroom and 2 bathroom house has privacy and the swimming pool has sun throughout the day. It also has the amazing added bonus of a full tourist licence for holiday rentals and has a very good rental track record.
The house is entered off of a quiet urban street, close to the private tennis club, Club de Campo, and into a spacious living / dining room, with a modern and fully equipped kitchen, two large double bedrooms and one large bathroom.
The villa has wood floors throughout and all rooms have air-conditioning/heater units.
Outside on the other side of the pool, across from the main house is a 20 sqm converted guest house accessible only by the planted stones across the pool, and with it's own double bedroom and bathroom.
The large sun terrace on the roof is south orientated and guests can enjoy lovely sea views as the sunsets.
If you are looking for a cute little hassle free villa in a quiet yet very convenient location, (close to Ibiza Town, the airport and beaches) along with possible rental return possibilities, this could be the very one!
Fibre optic internet
LOCATION - IBIZA TOWN - SOUTH
Recommended Beaches: Talamanca, S’Estanyol, Salinas, Cala Jondal, Sa Caleta,
For the summer months Ibiza Town (Eivissa) is the centre of the world, or so it seems.
The town itself is centred mainly around the beautiful square (recently pedestrianised) known as Vara De Rey and the main port.
Overlooking the port and the town below from behind its castle ramparts is Dalt Vila (aka the Old Town), dating back to the Phoenicians and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once populated by Romans, Moors and the odd pirate or two, it is now full of winding cobbled streets, charming bars and romantic restaurants.
To the west of Ibiza Town runs the road to San Jose, which is peppered with myriad restaurants such as KM5, Cova Santa and Cas Costas Grill and Market, and in the surrounding hills if you look carefully enough one can spot some of the most exclusive and beautiful villas on the island tucked away behind the pines.