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Village-house in an idyllic location in Orient requiring complete renovation and offering ample possibilities

Object No.: 116384

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148 m²

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Details: This over 100 years-old natural-stone house is situated in the heart of the idyllic village of Orient in the Tramuntana mountains. Its total area of almost 260 sqm is spread over 3 levels. The house is entered on the middle level with a lovely, private stone well, 2 living rooms, a kitchen and a large balcony. Stairs lead to the upper floor with a further living room via which 3 bedrooms and a bathroom are reached. On the lowest level there is another large living room, a bathroom and access to a covered terrace and the garden. This unique building with its lovely natural-stone facade, old wooden doors and ceiling beams awaits only a loving restoration in oredr to be awakened into a new lease of life! Returns from holiday lettings: 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. Go to Returns Calculator. Location & surrounding area: The small mountain village of Orient belongs to the municipality of Bunyola and is found in the valley of the same name. It is surrounded by the beautiful Tramuntana mountain range and by one of the most fruitful landscapes in Mallorca. Time seems to have come to a halt in this very original village, and it lies there in the same way as 100 years ago, with its small alleys of stone steps and natural stone-faced houses. The church of Sant Jordi dates back to the 18th century. In the year 2008 Orient was declared cultural heritage. Similarly worth seeing are the houses of Cals Reis and Son Terrassa.



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