Mallorca, Alcudia old town, exquisite townhouse with valid holiday rental license for sale.
This is undoubtably one of the best townhouses registered for sale that I have ever seen and is on one of the most prestigious streets in Alcudia and just a ten minute walk to the beach. The decor and style are very intricate lending to a very comfortable feel as one enters the well furnished entrance hall.
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The ground floor has a large furnished hallway. moving into the dining area with a ten seater dining table, off to one side is an elaborate stone fireplace as a main feature of the lounge area, fully equipped open plan fully furnished kitchen which gives access to a good sized patio. To one side of the patio there is an ample storage facility also housing a bathroom with shower cubicle. At the end of the Patio there is a large brand new Jacuzzi (not included in the price but a negotiable extra).
Moving up to the first floor we find two huge bedrooms, two bathrooms, one of which is en-suite. A further area is currently used as an office.
The second floor offers two very large bedrooms and one double room with a double sofa bed..
A large upper roof terrace with spectacular sea views on one side of the bay of Alcudia and on the other to the bay of Pollensa with the backdrop of the Tramontana mountain range.
OFFICIAL TOURIST RENTAL LICENCE WITH WALL PLAQUE for eight persons.
All official documentation is in order with evidence of local taxes paid, including modernisation permission and cedular de habitabilidad (8 persons)
Generous annual turnover on holiday lets.
Totally modernised with aircon in all rooms, 5 bedrooms plus study, 3 bathrooms, storeroom, utility room, kitchen, living room, dining room, entrance hall.
Nestling in the medieval walls of the old town of Alcudia, in a quiet position among the narrow streets of the original village with flower pots set outside some of the houses holding an abundance of colourful blooms.
Close to a street with an array of restaurants and cafeterias.
The area where Alcúdia is located has been inhabited since the Bronze Age, but it is with the arrival of the Romans that the city made its entry in the history books. The Romans used the beaches of Alcúdia bay when they captured the island in 123 B.C. Shortly after this the capital Palma was founded and then the city of Pollentia. From Pollentia it was possible to view both the bay of Pollenca and the bay of Alcúdia. Pollentia served as a guard for other invaders. The city was also mentioned in Rome since they produced excellent fabrics that were used in the most exclusive togas.
After Rome lost its position as the dominant power in the western Mediterranean, Pollentia was attacked by pirates and several times by the Vandals. Finally, the city was abandoned, and the remaining population left to create a new town at a more protected location. This town became Pollenca and the area where Pollentia stood was left to ruins.
After the invasion of the Moors, a farmstead was created very close to where the ancient village of Pollentia had been. The farm was called Alcúdia, which is Arabic for “on the hill”. In 1229, the Moors were defeated by King James I of Aragon, who overtook the power of the area. In 1298, King James II of Aragon bought the farmstead Alcúdia and founded the new town. A church, a graveyard, a house for priests, and a square were created in the same year. The construction of the walls was also initiated at the same time and finished in 1362. The city plan that was made at the time remains the same for Alcúdia today. During the Renaissance, walls were reconstructed, and a second wall was constructed outside the first one. This wall has since been torn down and only details show where it once was.