A large, recently refurbished finca in Ibiza.
The finca includes six double bedrooms (four of which are en suite), five bathrooms, and sleeps a total of 12. It has a total internal area of around 500 square metres. Because the villa is built like a U, the bedrooms are nicely isolated from one another, offering a sense of isolation.
The villa features air conditioning in each bedroom, a swimming pool, satellite television, WIFI, and a Sonos sound and alarm system.
Pool measures 14m x 6m and features ample terracing and outdoor eating space.
Two indoor living rooms and four outside seating areas, two of which double as dining areas.
-Master suite includes an en suite office, a private patio, and a bathtub. With a spectacular view of the entire property and San Antonio Bay.
– A second master suite with an adjoining living room, terrace, master bedroom, and adjoining bathroom.
-Double room with en suite bathroom
– A bedroom with an en suite bathroom.
-An en suite double room.
A spacious double bedroom with a spectacular view.
There are two sizable outdoor gathering areas, each seating 15-20 people.
This villa, perched on a hill, is completely private and unobserved. The mansion is tranquil, surrounded on three sides by pine forest and boasting 120,000m2 of its own farmland. There is a distant sea view of San Antonio Bay and the Sant Josep hills, as well as a view of the town below.
This approximately 350-year-old mansion is perched a top a hill and overlooks its own wide agricultural grounds.
The house is a House of Architectural Merit and was constructed using traditional materials such as sabina wood and massive stone walls that have been bleached with cal. Its 20-metre-long living area features a 5-metre-high ceiling, which helps keep the house cool and fresh even without air conditioning. The stone walls are many feet thick.
Historically, the occupants of the finca subsisted entirely on this land, gathering firewood from the forest behind the house, drawing water from the natural well, producing olives, figs, oranges, lemons, and vines, growing their own vegetables, and raising sheep, bees, goats, horses, and a pig. All land was farmed manually, with the assistance of horses for plowing.
The variety of domestic cattle, each of which had its own shelter, and the need to store agricultural products account for the villa’s size – approximately 500 square metres.
Villa Tony retains its original grain mill, which has been converted into a second living room. Is gradually being reconnected to its past — we are focusing our efforts on reestablishing the house’s viability.
All details will be included in your confirmation voucher.