Situated on the Northwest coast of Majorca, and nestled amongst, arguably, the most beautiful and striking landscape on the island, this spectacular historic estate covers a vast expanse of over two million square metres. Dating back to the 15th Century, the immense residence consists of in excess of thirty various rooms, out-houses, animal enclosures and even an old olive mill and press. Now in need of renovation, the property still retains many of the original, and now extremely rare, features and fixtures, including antique terracotta and porcelain hand made floor tiles, beautiful wooden beams, intricate cast iron banisters and ancient open fireplaces. Surrounding the property are several terraces, patios and courtyards, which all offer their choice of sun, shade or privacy. From whichever spot in or around the estate, it is difficult to be oblivious to the sensational views over the lush and vibrant countryside and the sun drenched Mediterranean. As one of the very last surviving, genuine and authentic historical estates on the island, with its incomparable privacy due to the sheer size and unique location, this is not just a special property, but a part of the magical and intriguing Majorcan heritage.
Spelling variations: Banyalbufar, Bañalbufar, Valldemossa, Valdemosa
Availability upon agreement.
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