Country home in great location in Pollensa, rustic stone house in Majorcan style with 300sqm + terraces on a plot of about 41.200 m2.
The beautiful country house offers 5 bedrooms with the possibility to have 2 more on the top floor, 3 bathrooms (2 en suite), more than 40.000 sqm of lush, green & verdant plot with many olive trees, watering system & pond, wood oven, water deposit approx. 90.000L, stables for horses, tool house that could easily be transformed into a guest house, 2 large terraces covered and uncovered. Large carport for 4 cars.
Extras are stables, fully furnished, fully fitted kitchen, fireplace, private garden and garage. An empty canvas with a lot of possibilities.
Venture into the north of the island, and you'll hit upon very different scenes. It's a fresh, fertile, colourful region where the sea meets the mountains, alongside traditional, historic towns and villages. Puerto Pollensa is a classic simple of a humble Spanish fishing village turned thriving international community. Puerto Pollensa pervades an air of old-school glamour, not the same could be said for Puerto Alcudia, an altogether more tourist-dense resort. Perhaps nowhere on the island can boast as illustrious a past as the unspoiled peninsula of Formentor, which lies at the most northerly tip of the island, where the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range ends at Cap de Formentor. Without doubt, Pollensa, Puerto Pollensa, Formentor and Alcudia are amongst Mallorca's best-known locations, at the feet of the Tramuntana Mountain Range, World Heritage of the Unesco since 2011. Even golf lovers are spoiled by several nearby luxurious golf courses. Romantic seaside stays, spectacular properties, rural idylls and chic boutique hotels – the north has it all in a unique atmosphere. The cosmopolitan capital, Palma, and the international airport are within easy reach offering a wide range of luxury shopping and gourmet restaurants.