There are many captivating places in the World, but there are none quite like Majorca – where rugged mountain ranges and dramatic rocky coasts sit alongside crystal-clear bays and white sandy beaches, interspersed with olive and lemon groves, orchards and quaint little villages. Set high above the sea in the Serra de Tramuntana to the northwest of the island, between the mountain villages of Valldemossa and Deià, this property is a former ancestral seat with splendid views looking out over the sea and across the picturesque countryside to the Mediterranean beyond. Originally built by Louis Salvador, Archduke of Austria, around 140 years ago, the interior encompasses some 1,000 sqm, including seven bedrooms each with en suite bathrooms, several reception rooms, tasteful dining room, informal sitting rooms, a private library, a home cinema, a gymnasium and a nice swimming pool.
Blessed with around 300 days of sun a year, there is ample opportunity to spend time outdoors here too. Throughout the day the various terraces, some roofed for shade, always provide the perfect setting perhaps for sunbathing, enjoying a cosy dinner with friends or cherishing the romantic and very impressive evening sunset.
Availability upon agreement.
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