With direct access from the street, one enters a delicate lobby with stone inlays, from which the unique staircase that leads to the first floor in which the 3 bedrooms, 1 en suite, and the bathroom are distributed. The beautiful staircase continues to the second floor, where one finds a kitchen brand unique to the island, with living and dining space, as well as a toilet, articulated in a perfect balance by the staircase itself. Finally, through a lighter element with an industrial design, you ascend to the rooftop garden with a landscaped chill-out area and spectacular views of Dalt Vila.
The house is equipped with cold/hot air conditioning by independent ducts per room, fully alarmed, WIFI, audio, SONOS system, all automated in a centralized domotic system.
All spaces are very bright and have been treated one by one, giving them their own character, with details of carpentry, recovery of old pieces and special finishes as well as timeless design elements, such as VOLA taps, FORMANI handles and Italian sanitary ware from CIELO. The illumination of i-LED accompanies and enhances every corner of the house.
Indoors, white micro terrazzo flooring has been laid throughout with outdoor balconies and terraces, using terracotta according to different formats and colours.
On the walls, outcrops of marés stone are alternated in a careful balance with panels of ancient solid brick, in both cases plastered and painted with lime. In the bathrooms, toilet, kitchen and terrace we find mosaics of colours, with pieces placed one by one by hand. The exclusive rosewood wood has been used in one of the bedrooms. Reconstituted old pine planks of high-quality melis have been used in different places, as an element of closure of the staircase and open environments.
The owners recovered the old beams from the original building from 1860 for the doors, with a wax patina finish, treated and placed in the traditional way within a hidden frame.
The exterior windows and doors are made of wood, with triple glass, security and with a great capacity for thermal and acoustic insulation, wind resistance, water impermeability, etc. The external blinds are Mallorcan type, made of iroko wood.
The kitchen is Finnish, Puustelli brand, model MIINUS, designed with criteria of ecology and sustainability. The countertop is imported soapstone natural stone and high-end appliances.
In summary, this really is a unique apartment of quality architectural intervention, renovated with great sensitivity, and one for lovers of the historical-artistic side of Ibiza.
LOCATION – IBIZA TOWN & SOUTH EAST
Recommended Beaches: Talamanca, S’estanyol, Salinas, Cala Jondal, Sa Caleta,
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.
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.
To 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.