From the road that leads through the village towards the golf course, a few steps lead to the entrance area of this property. The forecourt offers a seating area for hot summer days. There is always a shady spot available due to the orientation of the property and the plants, which offer a natural sun roof in the summer months.
Upon entering the front door, we can see that all the rooms are oriented towards the sea, to reveal fantastic views. On this level of the property is a well-equipped kitchen with a large viewing window that makes this property something very special. There is also a dining room with a large terrace facing the sea and a cosy, typically Mallorcan living room with a fireplace and benches.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a full bathroom with shower. All bedrooms have an unobstructed view of the sea in Alcúdia Bay.
In the basement of the house there is another bedroom with a large built-in wardrobe and a bathroom opposite, which also houses the utility area with washing machine and storage room.
Here is another terrace, which is divided into three areas. One is covered and offers a beautiful view of the bay through the arch. The second is currently used as a laundry area and also has an outdoor shower and the third area is also the access to the outside staircase, which leads to the small alley below the house, which is the access to your own, very spacious garage.
The small alley leads directly to the sea and a small beach bay, which is very popular with the local residents.
The property has a rental license for 8 people. It is also worth mentioning that all plumbing and electricity has recently been renewed.
Alcúdia in the north of Mallorca is surrounded by a city wall. The city can look back on an eventful history. What is special about Alcúdia: During the Roman occupation, it was the island’s capital.
One can reach the compact old town of Alcúdia through its imposing city gates. Stroll through picturesque, narrow streets – or even climb the battlements of the restored city wall in some places. The old houses within the city walls date back to the 16th to 18th centuries, some of these buildings have been converted into shops, cafes, bars and restaurants, some of which are open all year round.
Port d’Alcúdia is the largest resort on the north coast, its sandy beaches stretch for 10 km and is located south of the marina and the island’s second largest freight port. From here there are regular ferries connecting Mallorca with Menorca and mainland France. The Ma-12 road from Port d’Alcudia towards Artà passes through the S’Albufera nature reserve (a must for bird watchers) and the popular and lively beaches and resorts of Can Picafort and Playa de Muro.
Golf fans visiting Alcúdia and Port d’Alcúdia will find Alcanada has a superb 18-hole golf course with spectacular views of the bay, as well as many other sporting opportunities.
* Orientation Southeast
* Ceiling fans
* Built-in wardrobes
* Storage rooms
* Outdoor shower
* Rental license available for 8 people
* The property will be handed over furnished
Only about 50 m to the small beach near the settlement.
IBI / property tax: 349.81 euros per year
Garbage fees: depend on the use of the property.
If the rental license is maintained, you pay about twice the local garbage fee.
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