This typical Majorcan estate is located at the foot of the Tramuntana Mountain Range, Unesco World Heritage Site in 2011 and offers magnificent views of the surrounding mountains and countryside. It has a built area of about 800 m2 (666m2 as residential use and 132m2 as storage use) and is located on 268000 m2 of land, part of it is farm land, wood and rustic area.
The estate, which dates back from the XIII century, offers many charming features such as, a stone façade, beamed ceilings, arches, tiled floors and water well.
The house and the adjacent buildings are in need of a total restauration, but one can see the potential immediately.
This impressive property is protected and included in the historical catalogue of Sa Pobla. You could obtain a licence to renovate it as a private home or transform it into a magnificent agro tourism. A pool could be added. Fabulous views.
The property is very well communicated and it's only a mere 15 minutes' drive from the beaches of Puerto Pollensa and Alcudia and 30 minutes from Palma.
Sa Pobla is a traditional rural town in the north of Majorca. About 4km north of Muro, it's Mallorca's vegetable basket. This fertile area of marshes reclaimed as farmland is referred to as "the land of a thousand windmills", and there is a decent autumn fair that showcases their local agricultural produce in November. Some of these wetlands have been protected as part of s'Albufera Natural Park. The arts are well presented here, with a contemporary art gallery and a jazz festival that takes place every August. North of Sa Pobla, across the main road to Alcudia, is the medieval chapel of Crestatx, or oratory of Santa Margalida. The northern Puerto Pollensa and Puerto Alcudia as well as the Cosmopolitan capital, Palma, to the south are within easy reach.