The 14th century house has been updated to abide by feng shui principles
A generous 600 foot terrace boasts sweeping views over Palma's historic churches and the sea.- Coco Sage Properties
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Location: Palma, Mallorca
Price: €14.5 million (US$15.5 million)
The 14th century home has magnificent proportions and a rich history, and is being brought to the market for the first time in many generations.
This is the third home in Palma that owner/developers Sheela and Ivan Levy of CocoSage Properties have transformed. They consulted historical detail (hiring someone to research the various owners over the years) as well as Feng Shui principles of energy flow, to present a home with unique character, atmosphere and integrity. "By placing the main door of the house inside the beautiful courtyard, we enhanced the ming tang, the area where the energy gathers before entering the house," Ms. Levy said.
One of the most outstanding architectural elements of the property are the alfarjes or painted wooden ceilings, which date back to the early 1300s. The developers employed a team of six people to painstakingly restore a 35-square-meter ceiling in the kitchen.
According to the home’s agent, Rafael Calparsoro, the house "has retained the centuries-old spirit in its volume and features, whilst providing the most advanced technology and comfort elements of a high-standard 21st century."
The courtyard is flanked by a reception room and an indoor/outdoor swimming pool. Large bay windows can open up in summer and close in winter. - Coco Sage Properties
The substantial 13,500-square-foot, three-floor home has eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. These include a maid’s bedroom with bathroom and two guest toilets in addition to seven en- suite bathrooms.
The living rooms have been left in their large, original sizes and enhanced further where possible to create a sense of space and drama. - Coco Sage Properties