This breathtaking Mallorcan manor house was built in 1626 and is located in one of the most beautiful areas of Esporles. It is situated on a mountain and has imposing panoramic views over the 2 most picturesque valleys in the region and the Sierra deTramuntana.
The property has 47 hectares of land and 1800 sqm of constructed area.
The wonderful main house is spread over 3 floors and has numerous large rooms including living room, dining room, kitchen, bathrooms, bedrooms etc., and there is also a guest house in need of renovation. The large, typically Mallorcan central courtyard gives access to an ancient olive oil press, a charming private chapel and several other facilities.
In the outside area the property features beautiful gardens, outstanding terraces, verandas, a pool with spectacular panoramic views, a tennis court, garages and numerous horse stables.
The manor house is itself an historic gem and its incomparable location makes it a unique property. In absolute privacy the tremendous scenery and precious natural surroundings can be enjoyed to the full.
The estate also has its own water and electricity, telephone connection and heating.
Returns from holiday lettings:
In terms of property type, this property is suitable for holiday letting.
For initial orientation you can use the “Porta Holiday Returns Calculator” without obligation to calculate your potential returns from holiday letting.
NB: Due to the current legal situation it is possible that in certain municipalities renting restrictions may apply, or new touristic licences may not be granted. Your Porta Mallorquina real estate consultant will be pleased to advise you whether the property you have chosen is affected.
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Location & surrounding area:
Esporles is situated in the mountains of the Tramuntana and has about 4.000 inhabitants, not far away from Palma, Valldemosa and Banyalbufar on the west coast. In earlier times the textile industry was an important element of the economy, today it is more agriculture and stock-farming and of course tourism. A walk through the village is always worthwhile.