Taking up nearly 4,000 square feet, residential Mallorca Villa offers plenty of room to get comfortable. On the open-concept lower level, there is a relaxed living area that easily accommodates an oversized couch. If the weather is nice you can open the sliding glass door to let in the sea breeze from the adjoining covered terrace. Or, on a cold winter’s night, curl up on the couch to be warmed by the fireplace. Be sure to take note of the modern, built-in shelving units. From the living area, the space naturally flows into a sleek kitchen, which offers all stainless appliances, a under-cabinet wine fridge, and a sizable island for extra preparation space. Serve your gourmet meals in the elongated dining area that purposely positioned along a row of windows overlooking the ocean. The space accommodates a table for six and undoubtedly provides the perfect spot to watch the sunset.
The upper floor hosts the bedrooms and bathrooms. While the open master bedroom suite may seem strange to some, it has all the amenities you could want. It’s big enough to hold a king bed with ease, offers several storage options for clothing, and features a private terrace that’s ideal for sipping on morning coffee. The master bath is minimalist, making a conscious choice to forgo doors or screens, but it does have a large tub and plenty of counter space. All of the additional bedrooms also have their own terrace spaces, complete with ocean views. Many even have room for a functional office space.
As elegant as the interior sounds, the outside is not to be forgotten. In addition to the multiple terraces, the space features a private driveway and backyard pool. From there, you are just steps from the built-in outdoor bar. With all these amenities, it’s easy to see why Mallorca Villa is on the market for 3.6 million. Would you be up for calling it home?