An opportunity to purchase an entire building in the heart of the old town of Palma close to the Cathedral, Plaza Cort and Plaza mayor.
The property has spectacular views over the city, the mountains and the sea from the roof terraces. The building has a constructed area of 1,030 m2 including 20 m2 of covered terraces plus 125 m2 of uncovered terraces. It is the perfect building to be converted into luxury apartments.
The layout currently comprises of two buildings that are now attached, consisting of seven floors, three terraces and an elevator servicing the entire building. The property need complete interior refurbishment, but offers excellent opportunities to make something really special. Other buildings have been restored and into fantastic new modern luxury homes, and many similar projects are now under construction.
Palma, the capital of the Balearic Islands, located in the bay of the same name, has a pleasant climate all year (17.9 Â° C annual average). Known for its tourism and elegant shops, this city also has a beautiful old town. The Cathedral, the Palace of the Almudaina, the Lonja square and the Plaza Mayor are some of the places that make this wonderful city so mystical. Large palm trees frame most of the beautiful monuments.
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Balearic Properties is the exclusive associate of Savills in Mallorca. The company offers clients a vast experience of over 20 years in the local property market. Our portfolio includes all sorts of modern villas, country homes, and trendy new developments in the best areas of Mallorca. Balearic Properties also specialises in waterfront properties and large estates. The company offers a complete, all-around property service including property management, holiday lettings, project management and legal services.
The main attraction of the old town is obviously Palma's magnificent Gothic cathedral. La Seu has dominated Palma's skyline and waterfront ever since building began in 1230 AD. Mallorcans, never ones to rush things, finally completed the building 500 years later!