This home offers a variety of amenities and is located just a short stroll from the beach. It is also close to the municipal swimming pool, the school and numerous bars, supermarkets and restaurants.
Situated on a 400m2 plot, in a quiet area of Can Picafort (Santa Margalida) this house offers 160m2 of living space, with a total of 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
The property is distributed on two levels:
on the ground floor there is a bright living-dining room with access to the garden and private pool, a modern kitchen, a bedroom, a toilet and a utility room.
The first floor offers another three bedrooms and two bathrooms. One of the rooms has an en-suite bathroom and access to its own balcony/terrace.
It has a parking space and a shed that offers more storage space.
It is a bright and comfortable property with hot/cold air conditioning ready to move into.
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Can Picafort is part of the Santa Margalida community.
It is the tourist, residential and urban center par excellence of its municipality, one of the oldest in the Bay of Alcudia.
A few years ago Can Picafort has been filling with art, many local artists have their sculptures and works on the facades of the houses, on the fountains and on the beaches, giving the town a new image full of color and feeling.
It is also surrounded by virgin areas of the Son Real dunes, the Albufera Natural Park and the Platja de es Comú.
The beaches of Can Picafort and playa de muro, with fine white sand and transparent sea enjoy the blue flag, clean and beautiful beaches!
Nearby is the Son Real estate (museum) and the necropolis, a cemetery of the Talayotic culture, located on the beach between Can Picafort and Son Serra de Marina.
The writer Concha Alós set her novel "Las hogueras", winner of the 1964 Planeta Prize, in the quiet Can Picafort at the end of the 1950s.