The main finca itself is ready for a modern, yet sensitive renovation makeover if the new owners feel the need (see suggested renders attached prepared by the current owners), to create a charismatic home, with all the original features remaining, such as the low ceilings, ‘Hobbit-style’ entrances, and winding passageways. There are in total 5 bedrooms, with bathrooms, and a small kitchen, which can be expanded. The living room area has a huge fireplace which takes centre stage as the heart of this finca.
The house also benefits from its own well, which is extremely unusual for this particular area and urbanisation.
Added by the owners is a separate, and very quirky annex, with its own bedroom, bathroom, living area and kitchenette, tucked away for privacy.
In addition to the above annex, is the lovely terraced area around the large rectangular swimming pool with great views, and also a lot of land that has so far been left wild and ‘rustic’, but could very easily be landscaped into lush gardens, entertaining and/or play areas, dependent upon the wishes of any future owner.
From the outdoors and pool area there are fantastic views to the sea and the elevated castle walls of the Ibiza old town. This charming old finca feels as if it could have been dropped into the middle of the Ibiza countryside, but in fact is 2 minutes from Talamanca and S’Estanyol beaches, as well as the town of Jesus, and all the action in between, thereby benefiting from the best of both worlds.
LOCATION – IBIZA TOWN & SOUTH EAST
Recommended Beaches: Talamanca, S’Estanyol, Salinas, Cala Olivera, Cala Jondal, Sa Caleta
Talamanca – 5 mins, Jesus – 5 mins, Ibiza Town – 10 mins, Airport – 20 mins
For the summer months Ibiza Town (Eivissa) is the centre of the world, or so it seems. The town itself is centred mainly around the beautiful square (recently pedestrianised) known as Vara De Rey and the main port.
Overlooking the port and the town below from behind its castle ramparts is Dalt Vila (aka the Old Town), dating back to the Phoenicians and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once populated by Romans, Moors and the odd pirate or two, it is now full of winding cobbled streets, charming bars and romantic restaurants.
To the west of Ibiza Town runs the road to San Jose, which is peppered with myriad restaurants such as KM5, Cova Santa and Cas Costas Grill and Market, and in the surrounding hills if you look carefully enough one can spot some of the most exclusive and beautiful villas on the island tucked away behind the pines.
o the east of Ibiza Town, past the millionaire’s playground of Marina Botofoch and the Paseo Maritimo, which is known as the Golden Mile (think Pacha, Lío, It Restaurant etc) is the bay of Talamanca, the bustling town of Jesus, and the equally exclusive Cap Martinet. This area also boasts an unending array of luminary hotspots such as Nobu Hotel, Destino, Rehab, Sa Punta, and the latest celebrity hangout, beach restaurant Cala Bonita on Playa S’Estanyol.