This pretty 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom townhouse is located on one of the prettiest streets in Sant Lluis, (South East, Menorca). With spacious proportions, it is clear to see that the property was designed, planned and executed meticulously – as well as being very well maintained and cared for.
The inviting entrance hall takes you into the open plan kitchen, lounge and dining space, which all work very well together, leading out to a good sized courtyard garden with plenty of space for dining and entertaining. Stairs from the garden take you upstairs to another good size balcony, which could also accommodate a dining table and inside to a second lounge with a separate study room. On the 1st floor, we find 2 double bedrooms, each with built-in wardrobe space, pretty Juliet balconies with views of the tree lined street, a family bathroom (with bath and shower), storage / airing cupboard and additional large storage. The second floor has a large Master bedroom, en-suite and private terrace.
This wonderful family home has air conditioning, central heating, ceiling fans a large double garage, utility room, clever storage, multiple outside spaces and has been very well maintained. A perfect property for those looking for a central location within a wonderful community, close to amenities and arguably some of the best beaches in Menorca.
Sant Lluis is located on the South Coast of Menorca, benefiting from a beautiful white sandy
Sant Lluis is a traditional Menorcan town, very close to the south coast just a few kilometres from the capital of Mahon. The coast line is home to the stunning coves and beaches of S’Algar, Alcaufar, Punta Prima, Son Ganxo, Biniancolla, Satalaia, Cala Torret, Binibeca, Binisafua (Binissafuller), Es Calo Blanc and Cap d’en Font.
Binibeca, arguably the most famous of all of the south coast areas is renowned for its traditional and picture-perfect whitewash fisherman’s houses, restaurants and beach. S’Algar is a popular place for water sports enthusiasts, especially scuba divers.
The town’s name reflects the past that Menorca has had, the name originating from the King of France, Louis XV (Menorca was under French rule in the 18th century).
Sant Lluis benefits from being a 5-minute car trip to the capital, Mahon, or in the opposite direction a 5 minute journey to some of the most stunning beaches on the south coast of the island. The town itself is quite flat, people are warm and welcoming and there are plenty of shops, bars, restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets, ice cream parlours, banks and even a petrol station.
Additionally, Sant Lluis has its own aeroclub, where flying enthusiasts can take flying lessons, or just an aerial tour of the island. The main airport is a 10 minutes drive away from the town.
Menorca, in the Balearic Islands, is a peaceful, unique natural sanctuary, packed with contrasts to explore. It is a real paradise, lapped by the Mediterranean Sea, which will seduce you with its calmness and diversity.
The island is rich with assorted coastlines, from the tranquillity and stillness of the south and the hidden coves, to the dramatic and vibrant contrast in the north. There is no disputing the light as you enter the island, with everything gleaming in high definition. The possibilities to enjoy the best of the Mediterranean sun and the clean, crystal clear waters is endless. Whether it is discovering the Cami dés Cavall on foot, horse or bicycle, or appreciating the warm waters by sailing, windsurfing, water skiing and scuba diving. With its 70+ beaches and famous Cami d´es Cavall, there is surely something for everyone to enjoy, whatever the interests, age or capability.
Menorca has an annual average temperate of 16.5 degrees and currently, has a population of 94,000. The island is split into eight districts, Mahon (the capital), Cuitadella (the old capital), Alaior, Ferreries, Es Castell, Es Mercadal, Es Migjorn Gran and Sant Lluis.
In 1993, Menorca was been granted a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve designation and its landscapes are rich in fauna and flora. In addition to the calm and tranquil countryside, Menorca´s exquisite sea bed is a diver´s haven. Menorca is also blessed with a thriving archaeological and cultural heritage with hundreds of monumental sites including towns and prehistoric remains and beautiful little fishing villages that still protect their ancient traditions.
The longest distance between two points is 47 kilometres, so hiring a car is a good way to explore the island. Mahon International airport is a short 5 kilometres from the capital Mahon.
Carrer son Parruquet, 31, 07710 Sant Lluís, Illes Balears, Spain