€265,000
  • 1 bedroom Apartment for sale in Palmanova, Mallorca
  • 1 bedroom Apartment for sale in Palmanova, Mallorca
  • 1 bedroom Apartment for sale in Palmanova, Mallorca
  • 1 bedroom Apartment for sale in Palmanova, Mallorca
  • 1 bedroom Apartment for sale in Palmanova, Mallorca
  • 1 bedroom Apartment for sale in Palmanova, Mallorca
  • 1 bedroom Apartment for sale in Palmanova, Mallorca
  • 1 bedroom Apartment for sale in Palmanova, Mallorca
  • 1 bedroom Apartment for sale in Palmanova, Mallorca


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Palmanova Apartment

These new built apartments are located just off the beach in second sea line in Palmanova and will be completed in the summer 2016. The apartments have either sea or mountain views; all units feature 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, an open living and dining area with modern fitted kitchen and 2 terraces. The living areas range between 46 and 65m2 plus terraces. Large aluminum – windows create a spacious light flooded atmosphere. The modern design in clean lines and bright colors amplifies this effect. The rooftop terrace offers a small swimming pool and sun beds with lovely sea views. Features include wooden floors, double glazed panoramic windows, a fully equipped kitchen, pre-installation for air conditioning w / c, an elevator and a concierge service in the entrance area. Parking spaces are available at your doorstep (public parking). The beach of Palmanova is one of the cleanest of the island; here you will find yourself in the midst of a vibrant infrastructure; to Palma you drive only 15 minutes by car. Most of the apartments have been sold already. The Prices of the remaining apartments range between 265.000€ and 315.000€.



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