Exquisite townhouse with a swimming pool, which looks out to the south from Son Espanyolet; a peaceful residential neighborhood in the city of Palma.
A beautiful stone and brick building, surrounded by gardens, trees and a clear blue sky allowing you to immerse yourself in nature.
The 340 m of interior space contains 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, open plan living – dining room and kitchen, home office or family room, wine cellar and yoga room.
Its 330 m of outdoor space is divided between a manicured garden, a stunning swimming pool surrounded by autochthonous vegetation and sunny terraces fit with contemporary lounges and elegant soft furnishing, stylish porch, panoramic roof terrace and parking.
A refuge where one can rediscover ourselves and reconnect with our family and friends, a newly built property, proud of its heritage, using contemporary architecture with Mediterranean roots.
The entire living space on the ground floor is open plan, designed so that you can enjoy the Mediterranean climate all year round. In winter, the sunlight shines brightly inside and in the summer the shaded terrace protects the interior of the house from the heat and the breeze that comes from the bay – the embat – refreshes us at noon with the aromas of the sea.
With a total respect for the environment, sustainability and energy efficiency, all of which have influenced the design of the building and traditional methods of temperature control minimise the need for air conditioning.
The southern facade of the house both faces and connects directly with the garden and this generous open area is protected from the sun by the shade of the porch and the lattices, which at the same time, help the house to capture the winter sun.
On the lower level, the rooms of the house can adapt to the personality of their owner. Here, we find a large room which can be used as a family room, home office or entertainment room etc. and there is also a yoga room and a wine cellar.
The facade of the house is integrated into the neighborhood using traditional materials as lime mortar, wood and wrought iron. The vertical windows on the street side of the house reduce heat loss whilst also maintaining privacy. The building materials are sourced on the island, which mean reduced transportation costs and a reduced carbon footprint too. The builders are local artisans and the traces of craftsmanship that they leave on their work will be the first signs of life in the house. This is our way of thanking the island for everything it offers.
As we look out from the terrace, the city of Palma gracefully descends into the Mediterranean sea in front of us. A cosmopolitan city built on limestone, brimming with history, tradition and hidden treasures. From the roof terrace we reign high over the Palma skyline punctuated by its cathedral. In the afternoons, we can watch the sun glide elegantly over Bellver Castle to the point where it will set over the mountains in the evening. At night like a quiet watchtower with the city at its feet and the stars as its ceiling.
Mallorca’s excellent air connections with Europe, along with Palma’s modern telecommunications network make working from Ca na Magdalena easy – just imagine taking a dip in the pool during a coffee break.
Plot 299 m²
Built 343 m²
Terraces and garden 350 m²
terraces and garden