Impressive Mansion in Sa Cabaneta Mallorca – This Mallorcan 18th century mansion house is in very good condition with many of its original features conserved, built over 3,000m2 it is very impressive. There are also further properties within the grounds totalling 2,000m2.
The views from the terraces are spectacular and include views to the sea. The land of about one million m2, has many fruit, almond and carob trees.
Apart from the main mansion is a mill, house for staff and other rooms, and the property would be perfect for a hotel of agriculture tourism.
This estate is a spectacular historic Mallorcan mansion house that includes an enormous space on the inside of the property and on the outside. The plot size is incredible and contains around a 1000 hectares of land. At the moment there are fruit and almond trees and carob. If you have the dream to produce your own wine or olive oil – this property is ideal to plant vineyards or olive groves. Moreover, you plant fruit trees, such as lemon trees, orange trees, fig trees, etc. There are plenty of agricultural projects that can be developed on this size of land.
Regarding the house, as soon as you enter the property you can feel the energy and history of it. As a matter of fact, there are a lot of historical elements such as a chapel, antique tools, paintings, ancient chairs, etc. The house comprises 15 rooms and 6 bathrooms. Due to the amount of rooms, buying this property would be a great investment if you are thinking of initiating a agroturismo and attracting rural tourism.
The views are incredible as you can see The Serra de Tramuntana – the impressive UNESCO World Heritage Site mountain range of almost 90 km that forms the backbone of Mallorca. The mansion is located in the countryside, not far from the north of Palma. In about 20 minutes you find yourself sitting on one of the charming terraces of Palma old town – enjoying a glass of Mallorcan wine and tapas. The nearest beaches are around Palma, such as Cala Major, Palmanova, El Arenal, etc. Sa Cabaneta is very close to Santa María, a small authentic Mallorcan town in which you can enjoy the market and buy local produce – from wine to hand-crafted international goods. There are plenty of cosy and local restaurants in the neighbourhood. Therefore, you don’t need to go to Palma to enjoy a great.