This superb, traditional style country residence lies in the centre of the island of Mallorca, offering peace and tranquillity, with views over the open and unspoiled countryside.The medieval village of Pina is steeped in history and remains largely unspoiled. The weekly open air market takes place every Tuesday in the main square of the village, adding to the atmosphere of this traditional Mallorcan village. Pina is located approx. 30 kms. from the cosmopolitan capital of the island, Palma.A palm-fringed drive offers private access to the property, which comprises main house and 3 guest annexes.The property is located outside the village and enjoys views of the gentle surrounding countryside and boasts both indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
Main house : Entrance hall with guest shower room Formal reception room with dining area.
Large living and dining room with wood burning stove. Kitchen, utility room, large workshop.
Bedroom / large office. Master bedroom with sitting area, en suite bathroom with twin basins
Annex 1 :Guest bedroom with mezzanine floor, shower en suite. Utility room Living room with garden aspect. Bedroom with gallery
Annex 2 :Living room with fireplace Shower room, open plan kitchen. Bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom. Covered and open terraces
Annex 3 : Living room with gallery. Bedroom with access to the garden. Bedroom with en suite shower room. Enclosed terrace/lounge. Summer kitchen with bread oven and dining area
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The whole central island has managed to retain its authentic Mallorcan charm with the villages still having weekly markets and with its inherent traditions, providing an attractive lifestyle option. The sources and the traditions are particularly noticeable in the upcountry of the island. Here you will discover a very special side of Mallorca: With rural character, fertile corn fields and market gardening, orchards, almond tree groves and sheep-run. This is a scenery that invites you at any season to dream and relax!
Thanks to the expansion of the highway (between Palma and the far north) most villages in the centre of Majorca are by now easily and quickly reachable, meaning that people can combine the benefits of rural living, while still enjoying all the attractions of a major capital city. The fact that the properties in this area provide excellent value for money also explains the increase in popularity during the last few years. The most important localities are: Alaró, Artà, Betlem, Bunyola, Costitx, Inca, Llubí, Marratxí, Petra and Selva.