Situated within the stunning Tramuntana mountain range, this historic residence not only enjoys the privilege of having sun throughout the whole year, but can also boast one of the most spectacular views on the entire island; the mountains, the picturesque town of Valldemossa and, on the horizon, Palma and its bay. Constructed in1843, and approximately 1,250 m² in size, the main house consists of a beautiful, fully restored oil mill, a modern kitchen, two bathrooms, spacious living and sleeping rooms and large conservatory with its own kitchen and W.C. ( Extras include full central heating ). Surrounding the pool area are various terraces and a huge sun shelter. In the guest house there are a further two bedrooms, a living and dining room with an American kitchen and a bathroom. Located next to the tennis court, there is another, smaller construction, with a bedroom, a bathroom and a galley kitchen. Surrounded by lemon groves in the grounds, is an additional little house, distributed over two floors, which, although needs complete renovation, offers good potential. As is fitting for such an exceptional country residence, there are stables for at least 9 horses, more than 1,600 productive olive trees, an orchard, manicured gardens and pine forests. Due the stunning location, absolute privacy and its extraordinary character, there is clearly little doubt that this is a unique and extremely rare opportunity to acquire a part of true Mallorquin heritage.
Spelling variations: Valldemossa, Valdemosa
Availability upon agreement.
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