Award-winning actor and producer Michael Douglas is officially parting ways with his historic Mediterranean retreat known as S’Estaca. Nestled on the northwest coast of Mallorca, the secluded property dates back to the 19th century when Archduke Ludwig Salvator of Austria acquired the estate and set about redeveloping it for his mistress.
Douglas, who is married to actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, first purchased the property in 1990 with his former wife, Diandra Luker. While he listed the estate in 2014 for nearly $60,000,000, the two-time Academy Award winner has put the villa back on the market—this time for €28,900,000 (approximately $32,714,814).
S’Estaca is made up of seven separate buildings, all set within some 190 acres of sprawling grounds, offering an estimated 10,764 square feet of total living space. The main residence, a white manor house located at the center of the property, features 10 bedrooms and 10 baths, and can easily accommodate up to 20 guests at a time.
"S’Estaca is an absolutely dream home for any buyer interested in history and architecture," says Florian Hofer, managing director of Engel & Völkers on the Balearic Islands. "Hardly any other property combines luxury, privacy, and natural scenery in such a pure and romantic way as this country estate." Scroll ahead to take a peek inside the property.
In an effort to promote the home, Douglas has even narrated a special video highlighting the beauty of S’Estaca.
S’Estaca is currently listed for €28,900,000 (approximately $32,714,814) by Eddy Barrera of Engel & Völkers Mallorca West – Deià.
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