Ever watched Love Island and thought: ‘that villa is my type on paper’?
If so – and you also have a few million spare – here’s an exciting opportunity for you.
The original Love Island villa – meaning the one used for season one and two of the show – is up for sale for £3.1million.
The property, in Mallorca, Spain, has five bedrooms, five bathrooms, eight reception rooms, a kitchen, and two garages – plus a swimming pool, of course, and a garden, terrace, and balcony ideal for pulling someone for a chat.
You might recognise it as the spot where Alex and Olivia Bowen met, or where Nathan and Cara, the series two winners’, re-visited for their proposal.
Or first season fans will remember Jon popping the question to Hannah right outside the villa’s walls.
For those who aren’t Love Island watchers, the home is still pretty lovely.
It covers over 4,612 sq ft – enough space for a whole load of bombshells – and has stunning sea views.
The listing says: ‘This prestigious natural stone villa is visible from afar in the landscape close to Ses Salines.
‘Beach life vibes are guaranteed at this uniquely stylish property with a sensational pool.
‘Captivating sea views as far as the island of Carbrera and rooms bathed in light are just a couple of the outstanding design features of this unparalleled architectural jewel.
‘The house, a wonderful example of minimalist design, boasts a large underground garage and a boiler room / utility room in the basement.’
If you fancy putting in an offer, you can find out more through the Engel and Voelkers website.
It’s worth noting that the villa used in Love Island Australia’s first season (also in Mallorca) is also up for sale, so if you’re feeling particularly flush you could make your own reality TV village. Dreamy.
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