At the time he wanted to create the world’s best eco-resort, but local politicians objected so much that he decided to sell up and leave the island.
However, he has never hidden his love for Majorca and repurchased the property for a reported 11 million euros with the aim of developing a luxury holiday destination.
The third villa is called Son Balagueret. Son Bunyola already includes Sa Terra Rotja and Sa Punta de S’Aguila villas with four and five bedrooms respectively.
Son Balagueret is spread over three floors and includes a quirky turret, a secluded central courtyard, a private heated swimming pool and views over the rest of the estate on the northwest coastline.
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