Semi-furnished detached villa for sale in Son Servera
Semi-furnished detached villalocated on the outskirts of Son Servera. The property is in very good condition and is sold semi-furnished. The area is very pleasant, and close to the beautiful beaches of Cala Millor, and Cala Bona.
The property offers a net living area of 190 sqm spread on 3 levels.
On the ground floor there is a huge garage of 150 sqm for 5 cars.
A staircase leads to the 1st floor where the living room is located. The first floor consists of a large living-dining room of 60 sqm, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 bathtub, 1 shower) and a large and functional kitchen.
In the large living room and in the kitchen there is a fireplace. On the roof there is a beautiful terrace and in the inner courtyard you can enjoy the sun.
Other: The cupboard doors, bedroom doors and the kitchen are made by teak wood, oil central heating.
Son Servera is the main urban area of the municipality. It is located in the north-west of the island of Mallorca on a hill with sea views. Surrounded by an exceptional natural landscape, its traditional activities were once linked to agriculture, stock breeding and fishing, until the tourist boom turned the hospitality industry into the main driving force of the economy.
The town has the main offices of the town council, the health center, sports and cultural services, schools, banks, post office, shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, etc.
Son Servera’s architecture is in traditional Mediterranean style. In the heart of the town we find the Plaça de Sant Joan and the church of the same name, with the defensive tower originally built on the Frai Garí estate. There is also the Església Nova (New Church), an unfinished, roofless building in which religious and cultural events are held. It was designed by Joan Rubió, a disciple of the Antoni Gaudí, and it has the characteristic features of the best Modernist architecture expounded by the world famous Catalan architectural genius. Other places of interest include the Caves of Son Sard, Pula (talaiots, houses and a mill), En Calet Bridge, Can Xesc Mill, Ca s’Hereu and the tower of Port Nou. Walkers and cyclists can also enjoy the Via Verda Manacor-Artà, a “green way” that passes through the town following the old railway line.
Friday is street market day and the streets of the town center fill with residents and visitors doing their shopping (fruit, vegetables, clothes, plants, etc.) and looking for bargains.