Situated upon a hill on the outskirts of Muro and boasting fabulous panoramic views reaching as far as Alcúdia bay, this grand and generously proportioned house commands an elevated position befitting for the residence of former aristocrats. Dating back to 1720, this two-storey house has a wealth of character and many unique features such as arched ceilings, wooden beams in some room ceilings and wine cellar to name but a few.At present, the house consists of five bedrooms, four bathrooms, several living and dining rooms with fireplaces, a large and traditional kitchen, while outside there are extensive grounds including mature gardens, numerous terraces, an outdoor kitchen and enough space to construct a large pool. Two additional buildings within the grounds are an added bonus and could be transformed to suit the needs of the future owner.The size and characteristics of the property offer a number of options; it would make a homely yet palatial family house or for the more ambitious buyer, could represent an investment opportunity and the chance to establish a stylish boutique hotel.A unique and unmissable house with plenty of potential and the ETV holiday rental license.The north of Majorca and the bay of Alcudia are among the most scenic regions of the island. A 14 km long sandy beach invites you to relax and enjoy pleasant hours in the sun and the sea. The nearest larger towns such as Muro, Alcúdia, Pollenca and Artà are only a few minutes away. Playa de Muro beach is one of the loveliest and most natural on the island.