Nearing completion, this South facing villa sits in an elevated location overlooking the port of Andratx. Puerto Andratx is still one of the most favoured enclaves on the island, due to its' charming fishing port ambience and stylish restaurants, boutiques and Yacht Club with extensive mooring space.
Automatic solid wooden gates open on to the entrance drive which provides access to the main entrance of the property.
Entrance hall with guest cloakroom, office, spacious reception room with dining area opening onto main terrace. Fully fitted kitchen / breakfast room with central island and pantry
Covered and open terrace.
Master bedroom suite with ample dressing area, en suite bathroom with separate shower and access to terrace offering excellent views of the port.
2 guest bedrooms, each with fitted wardrobes, shower room and access to a terrace
Guest bedroom with en suite shower
Basement with living room and fireplace, bathroom and access to main terrace with swimming pool
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The South West of Mallorca is a privileged area of the island, combining beauty, exclusivity and convenience. It is a destination of easy access within the immediate reach of the whole of Europe and the climate is a major attraction, as in winter it is protected by the Tramuntana mountain range. Those who are looking for charming villages, breathtaking coastlines, beautiful mountain views, sandy beaches with crystal clear water, sstylish marinas and prestigious golf courses should definitely take this area into consideration. The most popular towns and villages in the South West of Mallorca are Bendinat, Puerto Portals, Santa Ponsa and Puerto Andratx.
Puerto Andratx is located in the extreme South West corner of Mallorca, encompassing the picturesque village of San Telmo and the famous beach resorts of Camp de Mar and La Mola. Formerly Puerto Andratx was a small traditional fishing harbour and although commercial fishing is still carried out here, without a doubt the major feature of the town is the large new marina with provision for over 300 moorings. Puerto Andratx has remained almost "undiscovered" by the mass tourism and on this account has managed to retain its authentic flair, despite the recent residential development of the rugged headlands. Exclusive fashion boutiques and cosy cafés and restaurants line up on the waterfront, where you can enjoy the gorgeous view onto the marina. Puerto Andratx has the reputation of being one of the most expensive areas on the island and is in high demand with investors.