Immaculately restored country residence situated in an elevated location on the outskirts of the village of Esporlas.A 100 metre long drive, lined by fir trees, oleanders and vines, leads to this wonderful, traditional Mallorcan country house.The house is surrounded by lemon groves, olive and oak trees, extensive terraces, relaxation areas and al fresco dining patios.
Entrance is through a classical Mallorcan central courtyard
Dining room leading to
Breakfast room with sitting area and wood burning fire and 2 alcoves
Spacious reception room with open fireplace to
Living room with summer kitchen
Utility room with access to the exterior
Library / sitting drawn
Bedroom 1, with shower en suite, fitted wardrobes, twin marble washbasins and vanity unit.
Master suite with bathroom en suite, separate shower, twin marble washbasins, vanity unit and fitted wardrobes
Bedroom 3, single, with fitted wardrobes. May be used as dressing room.
Bedroom 4 large single with fitted wardrobes. May be used as dressing room.
2 Inter-connecting double bedrooms
Sitting room / office
Bread oven and barbecue
Traditional style entertainments/party room with corner fireplace, bar and “bodega”.
2 bedrooms - Shower room - Bathroom - Living,dining room - Kitchen - Covered terrace
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The north coast of Mallorca is characterised by a superb natural scenery. The mountain range of Levante stretches out over the complete coast and provides for a fascinating panorama, composed of an imposing highland and a fantastic littoral. Visit for instance the bay of Alcudia or Puerto Pollensa and enjoy beaches of fine sand, small isolated bays and crystal-clear water - the perfect setting for sailing, diving or sea-angling. Alcudia is not only a famous beach resort, but also steeped in history and the old part of Alcudia was built within the city walls which were completed in 1362, retaining a medieval ambience with its charming narrow streets. If you are looking for something really exclusive, Formentor is the place to be. This is due in part to the rather difficult access by car, leading over the twisting road from Puerto de Pollensa with hair pin bends. On the peninsula there are two beautiful calas: One is Playa de Formentor, which is tucked away on the southern side of the peninsula and has one of the earliest beach resort hotels ever built on Mallorca - the famous "Hotel Formentor" with a celebrity guest list, which in the past included Marilyn Monroe, Winston Churchill, Princess Grace of Monaco and Charlie Chaplin. The other, Cala Figuera, is one of the most inaccessible beaches of Mallorca. Both calas can however be reached by making the journey from Puerto de Pollensa by boat and you will find exclusive sea-front villas with private beaches, dotted along the coastline. In the inland the landscape is characterised by a gorgeous nature where impressing manors watch over pasture land and plantations of almond and olive trees.
This incomparable environment remains unaffected from the tourism for the most part. The most famous locality in this area is Pollensa, an idyllic place with an important history. It is considered as the place of artists and intellectuals on Mallorca and many international residents have settled down in the surroundings. Here you will find the quietness you need for relaxed activities like golfing, horse riding or hiking.