You can now buy the most expensive house in Spain with private cinema and infinity pools – if you have £65m

YOU can now buy 'the most expensive house in Spain' – complete with open-air cinema, a Turkish bath, and two infinity pools.

A seven-bedroom villa dubbed Spain’s ‘most expensive home’ has hit the market for £65million as Brits flock to Majorca to escape the UK.


The 2,300sqft property, named Villa Solitaire has panoramic sea views across Palma Bay at the highest point of Son Vida – an exclusive area in southern Majorca.

Aside from two kitchens, seven bedrooms, and six bathrooms, the designer villa also offers an open-air cinema, a Turkish bath, bar, and wine cellar – along with a satellite kitchen for entertaining parties behind the scenes.

Large glass-walled living spaces on the ground floor, including an informal and formal dining room, open onto a giant terrace that surrounds the expanse of the property and two infinity swimming pools.

A ‘welcome atrium’ includes a glass elevator to the bedrooms and other living spaces, just in case your day at the beach leaves you struggling with the stairs.

On the roof of the four-floor property, lucky owners can view the sunset from the hot tub, or enjoy a showing at their very own open-air cinema.

In the basement the luxury continues, with spa facilities including a sauna, and fitness room – as well as a calming ‘video art installation’ to set the mood.

The basement also holds a staff area with two bedrooms and six large parking spaces.

The property comes furnished with custom-made furniture from the high-end Italian designer Nilufar, so you can turn up with cabin luggage and enjoy your break.

For those looking to take some time out from Mallorca’s party vibe the property offers a spacious Mediterranean ‘Zen Garden’.

The property is located on a street that has become a hotspot for British ex-pats, so expect to meet other English-speaking neighbours.

From the outside, Villa Solitaire, which was built in 2017, looks like ‘floating boat sails’ thanks to a design by Milanese architect Matteo Thun.

If you fancy it for yourself, it is currently listed by Engel & Völkers for £65,000,000.






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