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Cielo de Bonaire is a lavish mega-mansion on the island of Mallorca, Spain. The home is perched on a hillside between the bays of Alcúdia and Pollensa for sweeping ocean views. The London Times first checked out the home in 2007 noting the helipad, the neo-Palladian-meets-modern design scheme and the pool with views to the sea beyond. The listing pics reveal a bit of a chilly decor with expensive pieces of modern furniture adrift in large marble-floored spaces. When the Times writer questioned this back in 2007 she was told by the agent that the home is designed for someone who wants "a holiday home, but not a palace".
The villa has a two-bedroom master suite among its eight bedrooms. There is a sybaritic Turkish bath, plenty of room for outdoor lounging and dining in both covered and open areas, and a Jacuzzi tub by a window framing the perfect view. This home is listed at 50 million euros (over $70 million).
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Gallery: Cielo de Bonaire