Historical Majorcan estate with spectacular views to the sea and the Tramuntana Mountain Range
Banyalbufar - West Coast
Southwest facing, in a privileged position the property enjoys fantastic views of the Deia-Estellencs coast and Tramuntana mountains, as well as breathtaking sunsets over the Mediterranean.
For centuries this property was the country estate of an important Spanish noble family. The main residence includes an ancient defense tower and is built around a large central courtyard with numerous grand reception rooms and its own private chapel. When completed the house will have 12 en-suite bedrooms, some of them with their own private sitting room and terrace.
This historic property is being lovingly restored to a very high standard. Work has been carried out with taste and a flair for style and luxury yet with great sensitivity and respect for history. The old terracotta tiled floors and vaulted and beamed ceilings have been lovingly preserved and restored, and all works have been carried out using only sustainable materials.
There are also a number of smaller buildings dotted around the estate that could potentially be restored, subject to planning consent.
The whole property is surrounded by Mediterranean vegetation with low maintenance shrubs as well as pine and olive trees and stone oaks. There are ancient terraces, typical of the area, with olive trees – the estate produces its own organic olive oil and honey.
The property also has its own water supply from old mountain sources originally established by the Arabs more than 1.000 years ago.
Despite its great privacy, guaranteed by the 6km drive that links the estate to the main road, the property is only 45 minutes away from the center of Palma and its major international airport.
Mountain view, Sea View, Privacy, Guest apartment, Staff apartment, Various terraces, Mature garden, Olive trees, Investment property, Lawn area, Private garden, Garage, Parking, Citrus trees, Traditional style, Historic property
More than 30 minutes drive to airport, More than 30 minutes drive to Palma
Class: In Progress