This impressive town house was built in the year 1800 on a plot of 476 m2 in the centre of Campos, a beautiful village in the south of the island. Its idyllic location gives this property proximity to all points of interest; restaurants, shops, supermarkets and every Saturday at 50 mts there is a typical Majorcan street market. The house of about 635 m2 of constructed surface is divided in 3 floors; on the ground floor when entering we find a nice entrance hall, with vaulted ceilings made of marés (sandstone). On the same floor we find the kitchen, the living room, three bedrooms and a bathroom. The first floor has three bedrooms, a living room, a bathroom and a huge terrace with privileged views of the church and the backyard. Finally, the second floor has unused open spaces where utilities are being stored, and a small terrace with beautiful views. The house has a large backyard, which has a corral and a garden. Thanks to its large size, it is possible to build a swimming pool. It has also an garage. Due to its sturdy construction, the property is in very good condition, also because of the year of construction, it has typical decorative details of the period, which give it a lot of personality and attractiveness. This property is ideal for those people who have a commercial project like a residence, clinic, hotel, flats etc.... If you would like more information or make an appointment for a viewing, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The municipal county Campos lies on the South coast of Majorca, on a coast section, which extends from the location Sa Rapita in the West to Ses Arenes in the Southeast behind the long drawn-out sandy beach of Es Trenc. The homonymous principal town of the municipality is approximately nine kilometers from the coast at the road from Palma to the resort areas on the east coast. The distance from Campos to Palma is about 35 kilometers. The community Campos has to offer a superlative - the municipality belongs to nature beach of Es Trenc. No beach in Europe exerts such fascination for its visitors such as the Es-Trenc. White sand - turquoise waters - not for nothing is it known as the Caribbean beach.