Patiki Townhouse – Sóller

Sóller, Mallorca, Sold, £2,400,000
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Patiki Townhouse is within walking distance of sandy beaches, the magnificent Tramuntana mountain range, and everything else the charming town of Soller has to offer. The property offers 5 generously-sized bedrooms, a south-facing garden, and a roof terrace with panoramic mountain views. Fitted with cutting edge technology the property blends the modern finishes with noticeable consideration of the property's original characteristics.

The grand entrance hall, measuring 130 sqm with 5m high ceilings, hosts the kitchen, dining room, and drinks bar. This expansive space is perfect for entertaining friends and family and looks out over the garden area. Centered through the garden is a heated saltwater exchange pool. The pool is comprised of just 6 expansive tiles resulting in a minimalistic elegance that fills the garden with tranquility and calm.

The property boasts 4 upper floor bedrooms consisting of 3 large ensuites and an exceptional 130sqm master suite, complete with standalone bath in the bedroom. The 19th-century French architecture is at its finest here with 4-metre ceiling heights, original beams, doors and painstakingly restored floors. The impressive original acid-etched glass windows flood the rooms with natural light. The bedrooms are completed with a charmingly cozy guest room on the ground floor, bringing the total to an impressive 5.

The property is finished with a large wine cellar. Two full-length fridges, wall to wall storage, intimate lighting and comfortable seating make this a space to retreat, reflect, and indulge in the finer things in life.

What makes this Kobu?

What makes this Kobu?

The Roof Terrace

Unobstructed south facing views of one of UNESCO’s most prized possessions, the Tramuntana mountain range. With space for outdoor dining, evening cocktails, and sun loungers set between potted olive trees, this is a special space that adds a whole new dimension to the property.

The History

When scientists discovered the benefits of vitamin C in the late 18th century Sóller’s citrus trade boomed and the town saw a massive influx of wealth. It was during this time of opulence in 1896 that this townhouse was built. Parisian architects were hired and materials such as stained glass and wood were shipped in from all over the world. The result is a property with an air of grandeur and impeccable detail rarely seen anywhere else on the island, beautifully restored to its former glory in a well-considered refurbishment.