The house was designed over generations to allow a feeling of intimacy, practicality and luxury in this hot climate ? with high wooden beamed ceilings & thick ancient stone white washed walls. The house was built organically as three wings around a large central living room ? which means that all the bedrooms have maximum privacy and peace.
The living room is 6 metres long, with a 5 metres high beamed ceiling ? an exquisite place, with an ancient door 4 metres high & plenty of character. When you open the doors, and let the air flow, looking down on your estate & the Bay of San Antonio on a hot summers day, Can Toni is a rare treat. All the walls are original, stone built, 3 feet thick,
Can Toni is a large old Finca, reformed to a luxury standard, incorporating all the traditional elements of an authentic Ibizan farmhouse, while offering all modern essentials for maximum convenience and comfort.
The Exterior of Can Toni has extensive, private, terraced landscaped gardens and multiple communal entertaining areas.
Can Toni is at the top of a hill, so it is not overlooked by anyone and is extremely private.
Can Toni has a totally private 14m x 6m Infinity Pool, overlooking the farm land and Bay of San Antonio.
There is an integrated Sonos sound system throughout the house, including Poolside.
Can Toni has six double bedrooms & sleeps 12.
The communal areas are ideal for large groups ? as they are suitably large and impressive. There are 2 indoor living rooms, 4 outdoor seating areas, 2 of which are also dining areas.
The Tower ? Master suite with en suite office, outside terrace, bedroom and luxury bathroom. This is the top floor of the tower, with a commanding view over the whole property and the bay of San Antonio.
The Studio ? second master suite with en suite living room, terrace, master bedroom and en suite bathroom.
Conejera ? named after Conejera Island just offshore from San Antonio, Double room with an en-suite
The Bay ? A bedroom with bathroom en suite, at the bottom of the Tower.
?Las Tias? ? This is the oldest part of the house, from which all the other parts were eventually added. More recently. A double room, which shares the bathroom (pictured) with one other bedroom.
The ?Sanctuary Room? ? A double bedroom with a great view. ?Las Tias? and the lovingly restored Sanctuary Room share a bathroom