#726, Luxury semi-detached houses with sea view in Portocolom

Detached house, Semi-detached in Portocolom

  • Luxuriöse Doppelhäuser mit Meerblick im schönen Portocolom
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  • PortoColom Aerial
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  • PortoColom Residences Aerial Location

PORTOCOLOM RESIDENCES now in pre-sale with a huge price advantage. Buy off-plan and save € 300,000! Find out more now!

PORTOCOLOM RESIDENCES was designed by renowned architect Jaime Salva and combines the modern lifestyle of a luxury villa with the Mediterranean life of a fishing village. In this special location eight luxurious semi-detached houses with generous dimensions will be constructed. The central component of the buildings is the open-design, light- ooded residential oor with a living room, open kitchen, dining room and guest toilet. Depending on the type of building this level is situated either on the ground oor with direct access to the garden and garden pool or on the second oor with easy access to the spectacular roof terrace with optional pool. High-quality modern materials combined with elements typical for the island such as natural stone ooring create an extraordinary atmosphere and sense of well-being. All the houses have an unobstructable view of the sea and mountains. Thanks to the slightly elevated location right next to a green area, both the privacy and comfort of one’s own garden and fantastic views of the sea, Portocolom’s bay and the mountains of Felanitx from the roof terrace and upper residential oor are ensured. The south-west orientation means you can enjoy long sunbathing sessions and beautiful sunsets. The architecture features large panoramic windows that open up the view of the beautiful landscape and allow the Mediterranean light to ood into the building.