Real estate tycoon Ivar Tollefsen (61) was able to fish for a prestigious piece of land on the Sa Fortalesa peninsula.
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Ivar Tollefsen has landed a prestigious property in Mallorca. Sa Fortalesa in Port de Pollenca cost him 62 million euros.

Majorca – A Norwegian billionaire has acquired a prestigious piece of land for a crazy amount of millions Majorca fished. The Sa Fortalesa peninsula near Port de Pollenca is one of the most lucrative properties.

Real estate tycoon Ivar Tollefsen (61) was able to fish for a prestigious piece of land on the Sa Fortalesa peninsula. © IMAGO / Hans Blossey

According to the Spanish daily Ultimate Hora Norwegian Ivar Tollefsen (61) paid 650 million Norwegian kroner, the equivalent of a good 62 million euros, to secure the property.

A year ago he had already bought the corresponding shares from a British investment fund.

The property with its hexagonal floor plan was originally built as a fortress around 350 years ago. Around 100 years ago, the property was converted into a luxury residence by the Argentine painter Roberto Ramaugéin. With several accesses to the sea, several pools and a tennis court, life is good there.

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Approvals for renovations and maintenance work are said to have already been obtained, the reports Mallorca Magazine.

Nevertheless, the property, which was declared a cultural asset in 1993, can still be used for events and filming.

As the Majorca newspaper writes, according to his own statements, Tollefsen owns around 26,000 properties in Germany. The business magazine estimates his fortune forbes to around 5.4 billion euros.

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