Calmness and tranquillity characterise this 18th-century country house, a classic Mallorcan finca. The
interior has been modernised with respect to Mediterranean architecture.
In his design, the architect placed emphasis on comfort in harmony with the surroundings
and as such, nature is integral to this property. No loud luxury, but the finest materials set this finca apart, with teak, sandblasted French oak, Italian marble, hand-set river pebbles and
handcrafted ceramics found throughout. Plot with old trees: 30.974 sqm. The total built-up area is 1.233 sqm, of which: 677 sqm of living space, 236 sqm of terraces and verandas with an outdoor kitchen, outdoor barbecue and a 200-year-old stone oven, 320 sqm of the windmill, swimming pool,
sauna, 2 garages and farm building.From all sides of the very large natural plot, the windmill can be seen as a
distinctive feature of the finca.
The mill, the well and the cistern, the
housekeeper’s house next to the
garages, function and storage rooms,
and the energy distribution is
The central heating for the under-floor heating in all living rooms, the
generator (30KVA), oil tank (10.000
ltr), the solar system for photovoltaics
(44 modules with 13 kWp) and the hot
water solar system are in the immediate vicinity of the energy distribution,
making it a fully self-sufficient home.