Magnificent 17th century manor house, set in 260 hectares of land, situated in the Valley of Orient, a pretty rural tiny hamlet deep in the western hills.
The manor house stands on three floors with large terraces enjoying stunning panoramic views of the mountains, the valley and the olive groves.
The entrance hall opens to a spacious lounge with fireplace, two dining rooms, two fully equipped kitchens, lounge/ dining room, a pantry seven bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Outside, several terraces overlooking a beautiful scenery, a lovely ample romantic landscaped garden, a large beautiful pool which is set in the most spectacular scenery.
The estate has lots of land which could be used independently.
Extra features are a mains electricity connection, its own water supply & a large garage for four cars.
Set deep in the Tramuntana Mountain range of the west of the island, Orient is one of the most remote villages with marvellous sights, located within close distance to the neighbouring towns of Fornalutx, Soller, Alaró and Bunyola. Orient nestles among olive trees at the foot of Puig d'Alfabia and is very popular with walkers – numerous hikes start from here, including an ascent to Castel d'Alaró – and with weekend day trippers from Palma, who visit its three restaurants for Sunday lunch. With a population estimated at 30 people, one feeling to experience the close knit community of this rural Mallorca hamlet. In addition, the area is renown on the island for producing a selection of highly acclaimed wines. At about 26 km northwest of the international airport and the cosmopolitan capital of the island, Palma, offering a wide range of designer boutiques, gourmet restaurants and top sports amenities. For those that seek to live and experience the tranquillity of Mallorca in a remote untouched area of the island, then Orient would certainly be a venue worth serious consideration.