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First-class renovated city apartment near the old town

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145 m2
615.000 €
Object-ID: 23041

This first-class renovated city apartment is located in the immediate vicinity of the old town of the pulsating metropolis of Palma. These apartment, designed with a lot of flair, offer a total of 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, one of which is en suite, on 145 square meters of living space.

The open living/dining room with open kitchen forms the heart of this unusually designed apartment and the wide window front in the living room ensures a pleasant brightness. The fully equipped kitchen with a cooking island in a modern design has all the amenities.

There are a total of 3 spacious bedrooms in this apartment. The master bedroom also offers a chic en suite bathroom with a free-standing bathtub, which is optically separated from the bedroom only by a floor-to-ceiling glass element. All bedrooms have large built-in wardrobes.

A parking space in the underground garage of this house can be rented.

Contact us, we would be happy to give you more information about this attractive apartment in a personal conversation.

In the year 123 BC Quintus Caecilius Metellus conquered the Island of Mallorca with his fleet, which had existed since 5000 BC. The island of Mallorca, populated in the 3rd century BC. As one of his first official acts, the Roman consul founded the city of Palma, then under the name of Palmaria Palmensis. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 4th century, the city began to decline, which was only stopped when it was conquered by the Arabs in 903. They built up an Arabic-Islamic culture in Palma and were expelled from the island in 1229 by the Aragonese. The Kingdom of Mallorca was then founded (1276), but fell back to the House of Aragon in 1343 after the ruling line died out. The Aragonese expanded the city, including the construction of the La Seu Cathedral and the city fortifications, so that it had around 40,000 inhabitants at its heyday in the 16th century. Together with Aragon, Mallorca later became part of Spain, to which it belongs to this day.
In 2015, the newspaper “The Times” voted Palma the most liveable place in the world and thus joined the list of world metropolises.

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Air Condition
Guest toilet
Open kitchen
Partly furnished
Passenger elevator

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