Immersed in the island’s lush landscape, this seven-bedroom home rooted in Ibicencan design is waiting to be transformed. A five-bedroom finca grounded by its architectural heritage. Plus, a two-bedroom casita.
There’s a country-pile feel to the main house; a home that takes its cues from traditional architecture and the island’s connection with nature. Multiple reception rooms are spread across its footprint, open-plan and with finishes that alternate between cool gloss and natural stone. Lofty ceilings, modern fittings, and a seamless sense of space tie them together. There’s room to leave your mark in these generous and light-filled space, some with floor-to-ceiling windows and vast skylights.
A streamlined bespoke kitchen with stainless steel accents flows harmoniously into a spacious dining room, where an eye-catching chandelier adds grandeur to the convivial atmosphere. Expect reams of thoughtful cabinetry and crisp, white walls expertly contrasted with original Sabina beams in these monochromatic spaces.
Each living space is connected to the expansive grounds, where the plot is divided into pockets of quiet shade and social spaces; an intimate shaded seating area, a bamboo-roofed lounge, an al-fresco dining area with its own barbecue and a pendent-shaped swimming pool. A historic finca wall borders the trimmed garden.
Also occupying the main house are three bedrooms, all with their own en-suite bathrooms. Pared-back palettes, ample light and plenty of storage run throughout these calming spaces. Past the garden, access a further two bedrooms, ready to be transformed into guest accommodation. Plus, views of the pine-tufted valleys from the private roof terrace.
Separate from the main house, a two-bedroom casita with an open-plan reception room and kitchen and sliding doors that lead outside. Next door, two restful bedrooms.