Countryside Mansion For Sale in Alaro Mallorca – This extraordinary 15th century exceptional finca, Son Fuster, has unique views over the picturesque village of Alaro. The location enjoys an absolutely privacy and a good access at the same time.
The mansion is situated on a 21.5 hectare plot and includes a 1.600 m2 living area. The property has been completely renovated within the last 15 years, keeping the Mallorcan traditional style, such as exposed wooden beams, stone walls, terrazzo floors, etc. Son Fuster counts 6 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Moreover, there are 2 kitchens, a large dressing room, a pantry, spacious living rooms, a library, games room, cellar, etc.
The estate has a spacious exterior area, including a summer kitchen, which is perfect for big meals or parties. Moreover, it offers a swimming pool with idyllic views of Alaró, a paddle court, an agricultural warehouse and enclosures for various animals. The property is also surrounded by 460 olive trees, 100 carob trees, more than 700 almond trees and some 150 fruit trees of different varieties (orange, lemon, cherry, fig and persimmon).
There are great investment opportunities for wine and olive oil projects.
Alaró is a small, rustic, traditional town – nestled in a peaceful valley on the southern slopes of the impressive Tramuntana Mountain range. Serra de Tramuntana was awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 2011 and forms the backbone of Mallorca. It stretches from Andratx in the southwest to the Cap de Formentor in the most northern part of the island.
Alaró has a rich history, from the Vikings to the Moors and also French and Spanish influences. The village is believed to be part of an Arab farmstead, named Oloron. The shoe making industry has played an important role in the growth of Alaró. Today Alaró is highly known for its Tony Mora cowboy boots. This village is home to a big ex-pat community, with attractions from yoga gurus, talented artists, to Olympic cyclists. As a matter of fact, Alaró is highly popular among hikers and cyclists.
Speaking of hiking, the two-hour walk from the centre of the village up to Castell d’Alaró cannot be missed. Reaching the ruins of the castle, the views of the valley, mountains and the sea are breathtaking.
Within 30 minutes you can be in the capital of the Baleares, Palma de Mallorca. Whether you prefer Paseo Maritimo or Palma old town – it is full of restaurants and bars. Paseo Maritimo is great for going out and dancing. Whereas the centre of Palma offers a more relaxed and charming atmosphere. If you want to go to the beach, Platya de Palma is the quickest one the reach. The beautiful bay in Port de Soller and Platya de Muro, near to Can Picafort, plus many other beaches that can be reached within 35/40 minutes.