In the area of Sa Ràpita, in a privileged first line with unobstructed views of the harbour, the turquoise sea and the archipelago of Cabrera, this charming end terraced house with lots of privacy is for sale in a very well maintained community with several swimming pools. A rustic wooden door gives you access to a small courtyard where the utility room is located but can also be used as a storage room. From the courtyard you enter this inviting property. Upon entering, you will immediately find the fully equipped kitchen and a bedroom with en suite bathroom. A few steps further and you already enter the bright living/dining room with access to the terrace. From the living room with vaulted ceiling made of Santanyi stones, a corridor leads to another bedroom, which also has its own access to the terrace, a bathroom and to the master bedroom with en suite bathroom. Of course, you also have direct access to the terrace from the master bedroom. The vaulted Santanyi stone ceilings, which are found almost throughout the house, match the rustic tiled floors perfectly and exude a charm all of their own. The property has a constructed area of 98 m2 plus 14 m2 of veranda. This includes a garden area of 70 m2 for exclusive use. The large terrace area offers plenty of seating and the large awnings provide wonderful shade in summer. A parking space in the complex's underground garage completes the offer. The yacht club and the sandy beach of Ses Covetes and Es Trenc are only a few minutes' walk away. But also shopping facilities or restaurants are not far away.
Sa Ràpita or in Spanish - La Rapita - is located in the South of the island. Do not look for hotels and big complexes here. In this small location this does not exist. In the past the habitants of Palma used to spend the summer there. This has not changed there are still many habitants of Palma possessing a second residence in Sa Ràpita and who prefer to spend the hot summer months at the beach instead of the capital. Sa Rapita has got a small marina and Es Trenc – there is no other beach in Europe which fascinates so much all the visitants. White sand – turquoise water – it is not in vain that it is called the Caribbean beach.