Zen Vida Mansion in Mallorca
"Zen Vida" is located on a stunning hillside in Mallorca's most prestigious estate, Son Vida. Spectacular state of the art mansion with captivating views from dramatic sunrises over the Mediterranean Sea to the twinkling city lights of Palma at night. The Asian inspired design assures timeless elegance while the extensive use of the finest granite and marble as well as tropical hardwoods will ascertain long-lasting value. The villa in Son Vida has three different floors, amounting to a living space of approximately 800 sq m containing five bedroom suites and a total of six bathrooms. This luxurious property offers five spacious bedrooms with en suite bathrooms, a home office, two living rooms, a dining room, three outside dining areas and a superb designer kitchen by Siematic with Gaggenau appliances and adjacent butler's pantry. The property also benefits from two garages for 5 car and a detached staff quarters with separate entrance and parking.
Zen Vida, this unique masterpiece, is equipped with the latest technological touch screen control systems for managing all technical and security aspects like centralised climate system, LED lighting system, Bang and Olufsen sound system, 8 surveillance cameras, and break-in censored windows and doors, ensuring maximum security.
Walls of local stone give the courtyard a quiet, close-to-nature ambience of wellness. Orange and lemon trees sprout from the hanging gardens in the patio. One reaches the ground terrace stepping down an intricate stone staircase which winds around the core building. Entering the area around the swimming pool one fully appreciates the exclusiveness of this place. "Zen Vida" sits above all the other properties in the area, having been built at a majestic height.
The entire furnishings to equip "Zen Vida" were produced to order and are included in the total price. Beds and tables are made of massive pieces of wood imported from the US and from South America. The floors are partly made of wood and marble. On the terrace, astonishing Brazilian "Masaranduba" wood is employed - twice as hard as teak. Altogether 100 tons of granite, stone and marble and tropical wood were used.