The house totals almost 400 square meters (including annexe and basement) has an easy circulation and traditional finca feel, offset by very high ceilings and modern minimal framed glass doors. The finishes will be high-quality natural materials, with areas of typical Ibiza stonewalling, combined with the contemporary fixtures and home automation that one would expect from a house of this calibre.
The kitchen is partially on show for social cooking, with a ‘working’ section that can be closed off. Each bedroom has its own private terrace or garden and there are plenty of relaxation, eating, and living areas.
The basement level offers ample storage possibilities and also the choice of indoor or leisure spaces, such as an indoor gym or movie room.
This absolutely beautiful piece of land slopes gently down over 35000 sqm of land, over old stone wall terraces, and is circled by ancient river beds.
There is an old agricultural storage space at the bottom end that could also be developed, and the 15-meter long pool sits nicely down in front of the main house.
This project is ripe for picking right now as it still gives the new owner the opportunity to style the build to their own taste, but all of the hard work has of course already been done.
Genuinely one of the last perfect plots left to build on this lovely island.
LOCATION – NORTH WEST
Recommended Beaches: Benirras, Punta Galera, Cala Salada, Cala Gracioneta, Cala Gracio.
Undoubtedly the quietest and most secluded part of the island, the northwest boasts some of the most jaw-dropping scenery in Ibiza and is very popular for yoga retreats and wellness therapists due to the abundance of natural elements and the strong island energy felt in that region.
From the north of the island, there is an array of stunning beaches skirting their way around the coast, from Benirras in the North (famous for its historic hippie drumming traditions and iconic ‘God’s Finger’ rock jutting out of the sea in front of the beach) to Cala Salada and Cala Gracioneta over in the west.
The endless sunsets from this side of the island can be indescribable in their beauty and each day brings a unique set of colours and experiences for those lucky enough to witness them.
Dropping inland you will find picture-perfect villages nestled in the countryside, with no more than a church and a couple of restaurants to their names, such as Santa Ines and San Mateo, surrounded by orchards of almond trees and green fields, almost as if they were frozen in time.