Palma de Mallorca - Mallorca
Stunning two-bedroom apartment for sale in Palma de Mallorca in the historic centre, next to the Cathedral. Part of a one-of-a-kind rehabilitation project of a 16th-century palace, this high-end residence combines renaissance and medieval elements with world-class modern architecture and design.
With a total of 123 sqm of interior areas, this apartment presents a 38 sqm open-plan kitchen and living room, a guests bathroom, high ceilings, big windows and exposed beams – giving it a lofty and comfortable feeling. Facing the historic streets of soulful Palma but also a romantic landscaped interior courtyard, this elegant apartment offers a lot of privacy and peace of mind.
Located in a quiet street, this modern apartment is surrounded by art, history and nature – from landmark buildings to museums, churches, art galleries and beautiful gardens. Sitting on the ground floor the art gallery 6A, an iconic gallery that features some of the best local artists art-work. Just a few minutes walk from the mouth-watering bolt-blue coastline and the bustling plazas, this property for sale is excellent as a primary residence or a second home.
Set to elevate the living standards in the area, this lavish property offers a lower average of €6910/sqm in an area that can go up to €19,000/sqm. On top of that, the growing demand for premium properties in Palma means there is strong potential for capital gains.
The largest of Spain’s Balearic island and a top summer attraction, Mallorca is known for its stunning coastlines and golden beaches, the crystal-clear turquoise waters as well as the wild nature and incredible mountains. A sunshine haven, Mallorca is only 2 hours away from most major European cities and offers an unbeatable quality of life. Whether you want to visit the numerous historical sites, lay by the beach, climb mountains, eat delicious food or relax, Mallorca has it all.
Whether you are looking for Mallorca or Majorca, this island is the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands which are located in the Mediterranean. In fact, the name derives from Latin with "maior" meaning "larger island" in comparison to Menorca, "the smaller one". The capital of the island, Palma, is the capital of the autonomous community of the ...