The ground floor is distributed with a spacious living room, a separate dining room, a large fully equipped kitchen, utility room, a guest WC, and a large double bedroom with en suite. There is also a basement area for storage or other uses.
The upper floor has 3 double bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en-suite.
All of the bedrooms are distributed so as to have access to a large terrace overlooking the tennis court, the swimming pool, the gardens, the sea, and the island of Formentera in the distance.
To the right-hand side of the villa, there is a small guest house, with its own bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, and air conditioning.
The 3000 sqm of land has been utilised to maximum efficiency, with a large driveway to the rear, approached down a little lane and through the electric gates (even though the villa has neighbours, it is still very private). And there is a garage for 2 cars.
In front of the villa looking south towards the sea are a chillout area, a large swimming pool, an outdoor dining area with seating for up to 12 people, outdoor kitchen and BBQ, the fully fenced tennis court, and the cute garden casita, perfect for staff or extra guests, or perhaps wayward teenagers!
The full tourist licence allows for all 6 bedrooms to be rented legally under the holiday let rules.
LOCATION – SOUTHWEST
Recommended Beaches: Cala Jondal, Cala Conta, Cala Moli, Cala Bassa, Sa Caleta
The south-west of Ibiza, along with its jaw-dropping scenic backgrounds, is glamorous, brash and exclusive, and with more stylish beach club restaurants along its shores than possibly the rest of the Balearic islands put together, it is idolised by big-hitting jet setters and local residents alike.
To be experienced, at least once, is the sassy and shameless Blue Marlin beach club on Cala Jondal (with its sister restaurant Yemanja perched daintily on the sand beside. The south-west manages to somehow successfully mix this side of its personality with the ultra-exclusive and uber-cool international residents tucked away in the hills of Es Cubells, and Puig Redo, and hidden behind the security barriers of the gated community Vista Alegre.
The focal point of the south-west and an absolute must-see is the mythical and magical volcanic outcrop Es Vedra, so seemingly close that you could almost touch it from the shingled shores of Cala d’Hort. There are many urban myths that surround it, such as it being the third most magnetic place on the planet after the North and South Poles, and there is no better place to contemplate these myths than from a table at Es Boldado, the superb fish restaurant built into the rocks across the bay.
The main town, and gateway to the south-west, is San Jose, a busy bustling town which hosts various rock and jazz festivals throughout the year and is also no more than a quarter of an hour away from the incredibly popular beaches such as Cala Vadella, Cala Tarida, Cala Bassa and Cala Conta (with one of the longest standing beach restaurants, Sunset Ashram perched above). San Jose and her surrounding areas are constantly in demand with property seekers due to the close proximity of all the beaches in the area, as well as the closeness to the airport and Ibiza Town. Consequently, the exclusive villas in the south-west are the most requested by high net worth holiday-goers in the summer months.