in Sant Carles de Peralta
Cala Nova (Santa Eulària des Riu)
This imposing 6 bedroom villa set up in the hills close to Cala Nova and Santa Eulalia was built by it´s current owners in 1986. and is now on the market for sale for the first time. It sits atop almost...
This imposing 6 bedroom villa set up in the hills close to Cala Nova and Santa Eulalia was built by it´s current owners in 1986. and is now on the market for sale for the first time. It sits atop almost 30000 sqm of charming usable land featuring pine forests, garden lawns, a large swimming pool, and even some farmable land.
The very private 360 sqm property has both country and sea views (all the way to the island of Formentera), contains six double bedrooms (one with en suite) and three bathrooms, and is now in what has over years, become one of the most desirable locations in Ibiza.
The house is approached via a very good camino, there is one neighbour on the other side of the camino, but Casa Emma enjoys total privacy. Through the electric gates is the big open driveway suitable for many cars, and the imposing main entrance.
Upon entering, there is immediately a real family feel, akin to an English Stately Home, with an elegant wooden staircase winding upstairs to the right hand side, and with a fully stocked library across the other side of the open mezzanine floor.
On the ground floor, the large dining room, cozy living room, and traditional cottage style kitchen, all have the benefit of sea views creating a very relaxed yet island feel throughout.
On the first floor the bedrooms were designed to create large yet airy spaces with great views, from whichever bedroom one is in.
In total there is over 24000 sqm of land, of which the house sits proudly at the top. The owners have chosen to grow a hedge around the 40 sqm pool and terrace area, which is reached down an imposing set of steps, but there is a huge expanse of landscapable and usable land below which can be opened up.
It also has a large double garage to the side of it´s spacious driveway suitable for many cars, and the garage has the possibility of being converted into a casita.
The owners are aware that their long time family home needs some modernising, and are equally aware (as are we) that due to a number of factors, such as it´s size, elevated position, gently sloping land, great location, and that it is 100% legal throughout, that it has the potential to be turned into a fantastic jaw-dropping property.
Large swimming pool
Garden with fruit trees and lawns
Porch and charming terraces
Stunning sea views throughout
The North East is possibly the most family-friendly region of the island. Santa Eulalia, the third-largest town in Ibiza, remains the same safe family haven all year round, with a complete ban on nightclubs and late-night hostelries, a superb theatre, amazing sports facilities, cinema, a blue-flag beach, and endless shops, restaurants and gyms. Very popular with British, Dutch and Germans, its main square contains pretty fountains running down from the Town Hall all the way down the seafront.
Moving out of town and North towards the picturesque little village San Carlos, one will find the famous Las Dalias Hippy Market with hundreds of stalls to wander around, and along the coastline untold beaches perfectly suited for families, such as Cala Martina, Cala Nova, and Cala Llenya (which also hosts the weekly Sunday morning flea market nearby), to name just a few.
From San Carlos take the back winding mountain road North towards Cala San Vicente to catch the breath-taking scenery to your right as the sun rises above the pristine clear waters, and even feel free to shed your inhibitions on the nudist beaches along the way, such as Aguas Blancas. Then it is another quick hop up to the Northernmost town in Ibiza, Portinatx, and trying to choose from yet more tiny little coves to chill out on, before winding down again to the quaint little village of San Juan, where the demand for increasingly exclusive high-end properties in the surrounding areas continues apace.
Recommended Beaches :
Cala San Vicente
53 Kg CO2/m2 year