Beautiful 6-bedroom luxury villa for sale on the west coast of Ibiza with a stunning design, high quality construction, 24 hour surveillance and sea and countryside views
- 7 Bedrooms
- 6 Bathrooms
- Size 680m² (7,319ft²)
Stunning contemporary property located in the sought-after Vista Alegre urbanisation. Set on a 2,500 m² plot with an infinity pool and landscaped gardens. German design and built to the highest standards
Villa Montesol is situated in the upper part of the exclusive Vista Alegre Urbanisation in South West Ibiza.
The property has been designed with the natural environment in mind and the architects have also ensured maximum privacy. It boasts a spacious and open-plan design providing a fantastic loft style atmosphere.
- Swimming pool
- Utility room
- High ceilings
- Sea views
- Air conditioning
- Private garage
- Storage room
- New build
- Natural light
- Built-in wardrobes
- Service entrance
- Chill out area
- Entrance patio with palm trees
- Driveway access to the garage with 2 parking spaces on the same level
- Adjoining the garage is a bedroom with a spacious bathroom and a separate entrance
Ground upper floor:
- Storage area
- Technical room
- Master bedroom
- Further bedroom
- Study room
- Living room
- Dining room
- Chill-out veranda
Basement lower floor:
- Storage area
- Technical rooms
- Another master bedroom
- 2 more bedrooms
- Service quarters
- 4 ensuite bathrooms
- Walk-in wardrobes
- Garden access
- Chill-out terraces
- Swimming pool
- Exceptional location with views of Las Brisas, Las Salinas and Formentera
- Inspiring landscaped Mediterranean gardens
- Stunning architecture, design and high quality construction
- 2,500m² plot
- L-shaped infinity pool measuring 50m²
- Spacious living and dining areas
- Extensive outdoor leisure areas
- Bright and spacious with floor to ceiling windows
San José (Sant Josep in Catalan) is the largest municipality in Ibiza and is located in the south of the island. It includes some of the most emblematic sights of the island as well as some beautiful beaches and stunning scenery. Aside from the town of San José, the municipality includes the parishes of San Jordi, San Agustín and Es Cubells, all of them quiet, picturesque villages with beautiful churches. The area has become increasingly popular with property buyers due to its beautiful beaches and stunning countryside.
The charming town of San José is on the Sa Talaia, Ibiza's tallest mountain in the centre of the municipality, and is dominated by an 18th Century church. It also boasts some excellent restaurants serving traditional Ibicencan cuisine, tapas and seafood, designer and traditional shops and a few bars. The pretty whitewashed village is far removed from the world famous party scene hot spots that much of Ibiza is famous for. It has become a popular hub among northern Europeans who have made this part of Ibiza their home.
The Salines Natural Park is one of the most visited nature reserves in Spain and includes the south tip of Ibiza (within the San José municipality), the north of Formentera and the islets which separate the islands. The area is dominated by salt pans and marshes, and was designated a Natural Reserve in 1995 and Natural Park in 2001. In former times, Ibiza was called the island of salt, and its inhabitants were even guaranteed a supply of the condiment by law. After the re-conquest of Spain by the Moors, the salt pans became one of the most important saltworks in the Mediterranean. For various centuries they belonged to the Crown, until they passed into private hands in the late 19th Century. Today the extraction of salt continues, using traditional methods and creating a landscape of white mountains.
The sea beds have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and are an ideal place for scuba-diving.
The municipality's coastline is 80km long and boasts some of the most beautiful coves on the island, such as Cavallet, Cala Jondal, Cala d'Hort, Cala Carbó, Cala Vedella, Cala Tarida, and Platges de Comte, as well as remote fishermen bays, such as Porroig, Es Xarco, Sa Caleta, Cala Llentrisca, and Cala Corral, all of them keeping their traditional feel.
The coastline is abundant with cliffs and islets, such as Vedrà, es Vedranell, sa Conillera, s'Espartà, s'Illa des Bosc, and ses Bledes, which dominate the view.
Located in the heart of the municipality is Sa Talaia, the highest woodland in the island at 475m high, which offers one of the best views in the island. There are also important archaeological sites such as Sa Caleta's Phoenician village founded by the first settlers in the island and a World Heritage Site, as well as Ses Païses de Cala d'Hort, a Punic-Roman settlement.
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