Cultural treasure of Mallorca of Arabic origin! This historical mansion from 1602 owns an enormous estate of 824.293 m2 embedded in a scenic landscape with olive trees, fruit trees, almond trees, including its own mountains. In a superior location in Bunyola, this Finca sits enthroned on a hillside and offers overwhelming views.
To one side, your look wanders into the far distance to the center of the island and all the way to Palma and on the other side, upon looking at the Tramuntana mountain range, one can feel the powerful energy of the mountains.
Parts of the original Finca are even from 1200 a. C.
The historical olive oil mill is fascinating in its fully functioning condition. Various annex buildings offer reserves for additional building extensions and hence fulfill even the most demanding requirement of space any owner might ever have.
The net living space of 1.853 m2 is distributed over 2 floors in the main building, the chapel, a guest house, and a staff house.
Ground floor: entrance hall with an ample staircase, living room with fireplace, dining room with fireplace, a further living room and a spacious kitchen with a pantry, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large former stable used as a lounge bar and for the display of hunting trophies with fireplace and plenty of seating accommodation and a further spacious living room with fireplace.
First floor: 1 bedroom with fireplace, office, and bedroom, 2 spacious bedrooms each with bathroom en-suite, 4 further bedrooms, 3 further bathrooms.
Gallery with living room and fireplace and one bathroom.
The guesthouse has 6 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, and a living room with a dining area and kitchen.
The staff house has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and living room with kitchen.
Good facilities: central heating, stone floors, wooden floors, own drinking water well and water reservoirs, antique oil mill, lots of carpentry, and vaulted ceilings.
Beautiful patio and several open and covered terraces, summer kitchen, and Barbecue area.
Parking for several cars.