Ana Ivanovic Purchases 4.5M Euros House In Mallorca, Spain.

by The Insider on December 4, 2008 · 2 comments

in WTA News

Looks like Ana Ivanovic dropped 4.5M Euros for a 5 bedroom, 4 bath modern villa in Palma Son-Vida in Mallorca.  The current house is 950 square meters sitting on a 5900 square meter lot.

Here’s the translated version of the article:
Ana Ivanovic finds his paradise
Serbian tennis, Roland Garros champion and chosen the most beautiful sportsman, has purchased a villa in Son Vida whose price is 4.5 million.

Ana Ivanovic, winner of Roland Garros this year, now number 5 in the world and elected the most beautiful sportsman in the world, has bought a house in Son Vida. This is a villa built on modern lines in 1998. The total plot occupies about 6,000 square meters, of which currently built-up area is 950. The property includes a project to a spa and a house east of additional guests, who can add other 750 m2 to the surface and habitable. The villa has two levels: the ground floor consists of a room of about 130 m2, open kitchen with breakfast area, master bedroom with dressing room and bathroom. On the first floor are 4 bedrooms with terrace and three bathrooms, two of which are en suite. It also includes a separate staff apartment with bedroom, bathroom, living room and kitchen. Ever since last summer Ana Ivanovic was a few weeks on holiday in Majorca, the Serbian tennis player fell in love with the island and searched a house to buy. During that first visit, Ivanovic made a choice to purchase a villa, also in Son Vida, through the real estate Kühn & Partner, but negotiations not fruitful. On this occasion, the tennis player has done the operation with another real estate agent.

Ana Ivanovic has spent several days this week in Mallorca monitor some reforms on his property. In addition, it has not neglected its preparation, despite being on vacation, and has trained in Palma Racket. Apparently, Ivanovic went yesterday to Mallorca to meet in Madrid with her boyfriend, also a tennis player Fernando Verdasco, and starting from there headed to Miami.

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