Choice of apartments in a residential building under construction. Expected finalisation of the construction and move in date for the buyers: October 2019
Ground floor duplex
Constructed area: 182 m2
(107 m2 indoor constructed area + 75 m2 patio-garden with pool)
Living area: 152 m2
(77 m2 indoor living area + 75 m2 patio-garden with pool)
Price: 690.000 €
Optional property concierge service:
Weekly cleaning + on request periodical maintenance + alarm + home insurance covering continent
500 € per month
Why is this a unique high-end residential development?
Up-scale neighborhoods of the city: Santa Catalina.
Exclusive new building with unique spaces in the neighbourhood. Only 3 properties, one per level. it is easy to find parking spaces in the area, both for rent and for sale.
Marks of exclusivity: raising the bar on comfort, design, convenience and top-of-the-line construction, materials and fittings. Light, open spaces which still afford high levels of privacy.
About the Area:
Santa Catalina – The Soho of Palma de Mallorca
Santa Catalina is one of the most attractive neighborhoods in the city. With the atmosphere of a village, it combines old and modern lifestyles at the same time. Owing its name to an old hospital dedicated to Saint Catherine of Alexandria, patron saint of merchants and sailors, and close to the sea, it was a typical fishermen’s neighborhood. In addition, there were also manufacturers of moorings and flour millers, and we can still find eighteenth-century mills in Industria Street (just behind the corner of ANTICH 7) and in Es Jonquet.
The photogenic old and traditional houses of Santa Catalina boast brightly painted facades, old wooden shutters and small front balconies, many of them decorated with plants and flowers.
The heart of this neighborhood is its covered market, which is responsible for supplying residents and the large number of restaurants, cafes and bars that make Santa Catalina a popular culinary meeting place.
A few meters from there are four mills dating from 1680. The mills are of tower type with base (housing). In 1981 they were declared an Artistic Historic Site and in 1983 the restoration of the four mills began.
Santa Catalina is known as the Soho of Palma de Mallorca. It has earned this nickname because it is a neighborhood with certain bohemian tints, good restaurants, some alternative businesses and an excellent market. The area of Santa Catalina enjoys a tremendous vitality, which is why, in recent years, it enjoys a great demand.