In the 18th century, these stately homes of Palma used to be emblematic, a status symbol that started to disappear in the first third of the 19th century. The one we’re presenting here is one of the few that have maintained their perfect condition.
This singular property is located in the upper part of the city, just a few steps from Parque de Bellver with views of the Bay of Palma and the Bellver Castle. It offers a privileged location, a fantastic state of conservation and a large terrace with south exposure.
It rests on a 530 m2 plot and has a constructed surface of 920 m2, 700 m2 of interior space and 200 m2 exterior, distributed into a ground floor of 140 m2 (currently a restaurant), kitchens, a large courtyard and ample porch, and an apartment; as well as a 70 m2 basement.
On the first floor, there is the main apartment and a 40 m2 terrace. From the second floor, one can access the tower.
The property has a lift, air conditioning, a fireplace, city gas, 2 parking spaces, parquet floors on the first floor, visible beams in the attic and the possibility to construct a pool.
The area of Bellver is enclosed by the districts of La Bonanova, El Terreno, Son Armadams, Son Dureta and Sa Teulera.