3 bedroom apartment for sale, Mallorca - Pont I Vic

€3.3M 3 Bedrooms

This amazing 3 bedroom apartment for sale is located right at the heart of soulful Palma, a few steps away from the historic Cathedral and the bustling centre. Pont I Vic is an old palace from the 16th century, in a quiet and historic street, being turned into beautiful residences that combine renaissance and medieval elements with world-class modern architecture and design.

Featuring open-plan living spaces, high ceilings & big windows, the 3 bedroom triplex penthouse has exquisite interior design and finishes, offering large terraces with views over the city centre and cathedral. There's also a loft room that can be turned into a 4th bedroom.

Surrounded by historical buildings, museums, churches and beautiful gardens, this charming old neighbourhood is also the centre of commerce and art. In fact, Pont I Vic will also be featuring local artists art-work in its cellar, home to the art gallery 6A. All this steps away from the bustling plazas and less than 10 minutes away from the beautiful bolt-blue coastline.

There is nothing like Pont I Vic in Palma or even Mallorca. This is the first premium residential project in the historic centre, which is meant to elevate high-living to completely new standards. 

A perfect investment for those wishing to live with superb comfort and quality of life in the soulful and lively Palma’s centre.

What's the investment potential?

Land in Mallorca is extremely scarce and with the increasing demand and short supply, prices are expected to rise in the upcoming years. Considered by Colegio de Registradores the most rentable market in the country, one can be sure buy-to-let or resales are always a good option here.

According to data from 2017, prime properties in Palma can go from around €6,000/sqm to €19,000/sqm. This specific project is the first and only in historic Palma and is expected to revive and reshape this old part of town, offering an average of €10,000/sqm.

About Mallorca

About Mallorca

Whether you refer to it as 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 classic 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 Balearic islands. As with the other Balearic islands of Menorca, Formentera and Ibiza, Mallorca is extremely popular with tourists, notably from Germany and the United [...]

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