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Taylor Wimpey España serve up new sea view homes as the Mallorca Open returns

The Mediterranean island of Mallorca will soon become a savoury appetizer for the world-famous Wimbledon grass tennis tournament as leading female tennis stars head to the WTA Mallorca Open.

From 18th-25th June some 3,000 spectators will watch professionals including Azarenka, Bouchard, Garcia and Navarro battle it out in the Toni Nadal (uncle and former coach of Rafael Nadal) directed ladies tournament.

Tennis in Mallorca is thriving thanks to its year-round warm climate, high quality court facilities and tennis academies, not to mention local stars such as Rafael Nadal – affectionately nicknamed the “Muscles from Manacor” – raising the profile of the sport.

“The world class tennis on show this month at the WTA Mallorca Open, now its is second year, will no doubt draw attention from fans and in turn attract an even wider global audience to come and discover all that Mallorca has to offer.”

Marc Pritchard, Sales & Marketing Director, Taylor Wimpey España

On the south-east coast of Mallorca, just 20 minutes from Nadal’s home and tennis academy in Manacor, leading Spanish homebuilder Taylor Wimpey Espana, is delighted to present a brand-new collection of just four townhouses all with stunning sea views.

 

Cala Murada is located between the historic towns of Porto Cristo and Portocolom and only 150 metres from the crystal-clear waters and Blue Flag beach.

With prices started from €399,000 + VAT, these 3 bedroom townhouses, complete with branded appliances such as Panasonic air conditioning and Teka fittings, afford terraces on both the ground and first floors with uninterrupted sea views. Owners will also be able to enjoy a true Mediterranean lifestyle as the homes are surrounded by native plants and trees.

For more information please contact Taylor Wimpey España today on 08000 121 020 or visit www.taylorwimpeyspain.com  or more information. If you reside outside of the UK you will need to call +34 971 70 69 72.

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