The house is a traditional stone Finca built over three floors. The lower ground floor contains ample garage parking as well as an indoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and 1 guest bedroom with bathroom.
There is lift access leading to all floors, where on the first floor you have a very large kitchen and laundry. There is a dining with living room combined, both leading out onto a spacious terrace looking out to the sea and over the private swimming pool and matured garden. On the main ground floor, there is also a bedroom with bathroom and guest bathroom. A spacious stairway takes you to the first floor or if you wish, just jump in the elevator. You find on the upper floor you will find two spacious bedrooms both en suite leading out to another very spacious terraced area also offering wonderful sea views.
ABOUT DEIA, MALLORCA
An idyllic village of green-shuttered, ochre-coloured houses that has become a millionaires’ hideaway in the shadow of the Teix mountain on the west coast of Mallorca. Deia could have been just another pretty Mallorcan village had Robert Graves not decided to make it his home.
The English poet and novelist first moved here in 1932 with his mistress Laura Riding and returned in 1946 with his second wife. Muses followed, friends came to stay, and before long Deia had established a reputation as a foreign artists’ colony. Now it is on every tourist itinerary as the prime example of ‘the other Mallorca’ and this small village contains two luxury hotels.
Rich foreign residents are apt to bemoan the arrival of tour buses; the few locals who remain are philosophical about outsiders. Graves was hardly the first to discover Deia. An 1878 guidebook noted its “collection of strange and eccentric foreigners” and it has stayed that way ever since.
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