Bonanova property insights
One the most peaceful districts of Palma de Mallorca, Bonanova is notable for its very affluent residents. The spectacular modern villas and penthouses offer breathtaking views overlooking the sea and the Bay of Palma. Bonanova property is surrounded by communal gardens with the direct access to the mountain area of the Bellver Castle. It is the place where creative artists prefer to work from home, as inspiration is all around them.
The average price for Bonanova property remains on the same level as the region’s average, and ranges from €4,600 per sq. metre for a house to €4,900 per sq. metre for an apartment. The impressive sea-view location raises the average price of a house to €5,400 per sq. metre to €6,550 for an apartment.
December 12, 2018
Sale price distribution in Palma - Bonanova, Son Armadams
Sale price per sq.m. for each property price in Palma - Bonanova, Son Armadams
Why Bonanova property?
This exclusive and quiet neighbourhood of Palma is situated in ‘the green lungs of the City of Palma’ – the low hills and woods. It is well known for its exclusive character and admirable sea and mountain scenery.
Located in the periphery of the Palma city, Bonanova is only a five minute drive to the historic town centre. The international airport is reachable within fifteen minutes by car. The area is bordered by the districts of Porto Pi, San Agustin, Genova and Cala Major. The famous Blue Flag sandy beach of Cala Major is only three kilometres away.
Very close you find one of Palma’s best shopping centres, Porto Pi, with a cinema, a sports centre and many restaurants. The cruise ship port, as well as the Paseo Maritimo, is within two minutes’ drive from Bonanova.
The area is popular for its proximity to the elite international and local schools. It is an ideal place for families with children as well as for its excellent surrounding area with its parks, playground, gardens and swimming pools.
This prestigious district is a sought-after area among second-home buyers who seek tranquillity but want to be near to the city centre of Palma. Being close to the wide range of services, a lively social and cultural life and a well preserved historical centre, it makes for one of the most prestigious prime residential districts, attractive to all kinds of celebrities and elites. As an example, the legendary New Zealandian aviator Jean Batten lived anonymously in this neighbourhood for many years.
All these features have led Bonanova to be one of the most popular and renowned residential areas. So if you wish to live in a modern setting with outstanding views, as well as having privacy but being near to the centre of everything, here is your chance.