Location: Santa Ponsa, Majorca, Spain

Square Footage: 5,780

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 6 bedrooms & 7 bathrooms

Price: €7,500,000 or $9,742,790

This stunning villa is located in Santa Ponsa, Majorca, Spain and boasts incredible views of the sea, the harbor entrance of Port Andratx, the Dragonera island and the peninsula of La Mola. It was designed by the renowned Uruguayan architect Alberto Rubio who incorporates curved roofs into his desings. It features approximately 5,780 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 6 full and 1 half bathrooms, foyer, open concept living/dining room, gourmet kitchen, private terrace with jacuzzi off of master suite, 2-car garage, covered outdoor living and dining areas with fireplace, summer kitchen with BBQ and a swimming pool with spa. There is also a guet apartment with separate entrance, living room, kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom and a small terrace.

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  • Al Robinson

    Very nice! I’d love to have it as a “vacation” home. The only thing I don’t like is all of the Zebra. Killing Zebra is a sad thing.

    If I owned this place, I would just lay around all day getting a tan and sipping on Pina Coladas.




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  • Venom

    Now this is a $9 million house. Gorgeous, just perfect. With views and weather like that, I would never leave.




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  • Daniel

    Very, very interesting home. While it really isn’t my style, it is better than the majority of homes we see from this region. Price seems exceptionally reasonable too.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s a cool house. Some of the decor is too quirky for my tastes (a little zebra goes a very long way) but the spaces and the house itself are interesting. I like that this one feels Spanish, as opposed to the stucco boxes in The Balearics we’ve seen here before.




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  • Teddi

    It’s funny, I wouldn’t have designed something like that for myself in a million years and yet I like it. I’m not a fan of white everywhere, and yet this had it and still managed to be friendly and warm instead of sterile and uninviting. Architect and designer did a good job in harmonizing everything. Still not my taste and yet I’m drawn to it. Would love to see it in person.




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  • Otessa Regina Compton

    Looks like a home from the Florida Keys. I would not use that much white; however, it does leave room to use many more colors. The furniture is far too modern for it to have a genuine nautical theme. I do like the style of the roof, if it only had more of a red tint.




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