In English usage, a finca ([fiŋka]; Spanish for an "estate") refers to a piece of rural or agricultural land, typically with a cottage, farmhouse or estate building present, and often adjacent to a woodland or plantation.
Especially in tourism, the term has recently gained the colloquial meaning of a holiday home in a rural setting, situated on the Spanish mainland, the Balearics, and the Canary Islands, and throughout the countries of Spanish-speaking Latin America.
Fincas can typically look back on an extensive development history, and are often older than 300 years. In some regions, however, especially on the Balearics, new buildings are erected.
Build size 240 m2
Energy efficiency rating: A
✓Partial sea view ✓Southwest direction ✓View to the garden landscape
✓Oil central heating ✓Fitted kitchen with electrical appliances ✓Furniture included
✓Community pool ✓Private garden ✓Wellness area
✓public power supply ✓public water supply
✓flat plot ✓Mediterranean style
✓Double garage ✓Electric gate
✓Close to golf course ✓Near to the beach ✓Near to the marina
✓Video intercom ✓Decalcification system ✓SAT-TV
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