Ref. 28391 Traditional framhouse recently restored in S'Ullestrar, Menorca Price: On request

Bedrooms: 6Bathrooms: 3PoolViewsHeatingGardenParkingGaragem² construidos: 366m² de solar: 1899
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Superb farmhouse of approximately 366sqm recentl renovated to high standard located on land of approximately 1.899sqm just a short drive from Sant Lluis although with the facilities of a supermarket and cafeteria just across the road. 
Comprises large entrance hall, six double bedrooms, three bathrooms, one cloakroom, lounge-dining room with wood burner, spacious kitchen, second sitting room on first floor with access to terrace with panoramic country views and distant sea views,  garage with storage area,  well maintained garden with automatic watering system, ample sun terraces, pergola for outside dining and swimming pool.
The property is being sold fully furnished and equipped with central heating.
A viewing is recommended.
Suestra
S'UESTRAR and  TORRET: South of Sant Lluís and near the area of ​​Pou...
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Suestra

S'UESTRAR and  TORRET: South of Sant Lluís and near the area of ​​Pou Nou and Es Consell, are these two villages of menorcan houses with gardens,  where there are many good restaurants and a splendid grocery store of great renown. It is the ideal place for those who want to enjoy the tranquility that  combines the menorcan countryside, without missing the services found in the active town of Sant Lluís.

POU NOU and ES CONSELL: These are clusters of typical menorcan houses to the east of the municipality of Sant Lluís and to the northeast of the villages of S'Uestrar and Torret. This is an area where the houses are close to the urban center of Sant Lluís, but enjoy the tranquility of the countryside and all it offers. Dry stone walls,  orchards and fields make this particular neighborhood a very comfortable and natural way of living in Menorca.

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Sant Lluis

Located in the southeast of Menorca, the district of Sant Lluís owes its name to the King of France, Louis XV. It was during a brief period of time in the 18th century, when the French dominated the island. Its legacy left us with the quiet village of white houses that today is Sant Lluís. In fact the streets and squares of the town maintain the layout established by the Count of Lannion, French governor of the island who had the responsibility of planning the layout of the town. Without doubt, the church and the Molí de Dalt are its most emblematic buildings.

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Menorca

Those who visit Menorca have stated that it is one of the paradises of the western Mediterranean, an island that history has always been an object of desire because of its strategic position and which now has ended up becoming one of the most attractive tourist destinations. However, it is not only a dream spot for holidays, but also for living. Menorca allows you to experience for yourself the quality of life that you had always imagined, through the combination of small details that make up its landscape, people, tranquillity, light, traditions and fine food.

Geographically, Menorca is the easternmost and northernmost island of the Balearic Islands, declared a Biosphere Reserve in 1993 by UNESCO. It has a coastline  of 701 km² and 216 kilometres of, along which are distributed more than 70 beaches. Blessed with a typically Mediterranean climate with annual average temperatures of 16.5 degrees, it currently has a population of 96,000, concentrated into eight districts: Maó (administrative capital of the island), Ciutadella (the old capital), Alaior, Ferreries, Es Mercadal, Es Castell, Sant Lluís and Es Migjorn Gran. There are three other towns, Sant Climent, Llucmaçanes and Fornells, the first two in the district of Maó and the other in Es Mercadal. Maó, located in the east, and Ciutadella, in the west, are the two most inhabited towns on the island.

Socio-economically, unlike the other islands of the Balearic archipelago, Menorca has, over time, had the good fortune to be able maintain a perfect balance between the  traditional industries of footwear, costume jewellery and agriculture favouring the gentle development of the tourist sector and thus enabling the island to preserve its countryside and beaches. This environmental sensitivity still exists among all its inhabitants,  guaranteeing a unique setting, perfect for family, sports and cultural tourism.

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