IF you’ve fantasised about calling the Love Island villa home and envied islanders as they soak up non-stop sunshine, here’s your chance to make that dream a reality – so long as you’ve got £3.1million tucked away.
The original Love Island villa – featured in the first two seasons of the hit reality TV show – is up for sale and is sure to turn heads as it boasts five bedrooms as well as a beach-style outdoor pool.
Nestled in the village of Santanyi, in Majorca, Spain, the stunning property – which islanders of the 2015 and 2016 series cracked on in – has sea views as far as the island of Cabrera.
Now, the villa is up for grabs as it is on sale by property agent Engel & Völkers for a cool £3.1million.
But with a hefty price tag comes luxury living as the villa features an array of glam assets, including a whirlpool in the garden, underfloor heating and a sunny balcony terrace.
A description reads: “Enter the ground floor to find an open living area, light and airy, promising superb views of the striking outdoor pool.
“Vast sliding glass doors can be completely slotted away to open up the space, creating a sense of boundless freedom.
“The four bedrooms on this level (each with an en-suite bathroom) face the garden.”
Upstairs boasts yet another living room with glass sliding doors, as well as a dining area, spacious kitchen – which has access to the balcony – and the “generously sized” master bedroom, featuring its own dressing room and bathroom.
Meanwhile, the Mediterranean-style garden features a whirlpool and a barbecue zone.
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Just a stone’s throw away is Ses Salines, the nearest small town, and a wealth of beaches, including Es Trenc.
Nathan Massey and Cara De La Hoyde, who pipped Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen to be crowned winners of season two, revisited the villa in 2018 and got even engaged there.
Speaking at the time, Nathan said: “I brought [Cara] back to where we met and took her on a little treasure hunt around the villa to different places which meant something to us.
“Finally, I blindfolded her, led her to the pool and got down on one knee.’
Cara added: “This is where we met – we’ve come full circle.”