The house has south-facing and the sunlight and the floor-to-ceiling windows lend a lot of brightness to the entire living area.
The specified living space is distributed over a ground floor, and an upper floor with access to the tower room. On the lower level, in addition to the large reception hall, there are living and dining rooms which are only separated by vaulted ceilings. The open-plan kitchen is connected to the dining room, and is equipped with high-quality appliances and a cooking island. Between the dining room and the kitchen is a direct access to the outdoor barbecue terrace with dining area. Just two steps down behind the dining room is the living room with fireplace and large glass doors to the terraces. Furthermore, on the ground floor there is also a bedroom with en-suite bathroom and fitted wardrobes. A utility/storage room and a guest toilet complete this living level. Almost all rooms have access to the outside area.
A brick staircase with iron railing leads to the upper floor. Up here there is a large bathroom and 2 bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and one with a balcony. Further upstairs is the so-called tower room, which was used as a bedroom, because it is bright, large and also has built-in wardrobes.
The terraces around the house are protected by canopies with wooden beams. Directly in front of them there are a few steps down to the pool. It has a water surface of 56 m² and is surrounded by a Mediterranean garden and sun terraces.
The double-glazed windows are framed in wood and guarantee cosy warmth through the central heating in winter and pleasant coolness through the installed air conditioning in summer. An ideal holiday home.
Cala Murada is a tranquil place without hotel castles and is an ideal family resort. Three beaches are within walking distance and the centre of the village can be reached easily on foot. The village is inhabited by Mallorcans and German residents all year round and does not go into hibernation outside the season. In summer, different nationalities mix, with the emphasis on Germans and Spanish from the mainland.