An idyllic Mallorcan stone house built in 1919, with an outstanding façade composed of a renaissance window in the centre and traditional stone portal. It has a net internal space of 327 m2 divided into two floors. The ground floor consists of; dining room, living room with fireplace, two bedrooms, renovated original kitchen, bathroom and patio with built-in barbecue.
The first floor is composed of: a living room with fireplace, three bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and WC.
The house is situated in Mancor del Valle, a small town in the centre of the island with about 1000 inhabitants located in a valley at the foot of the Massanella mountain, within the “Serra de Tramuntana” mountain range (World Heritage Status awarded by UNESCO), the ideal place for nature lovers and hikers.
Distance from the airport is about 35km via the town of Inca (best known for its craftsmanship of leather and footwear), which is 4 km from Mancor del Valle.
25km away are the beaches of Alcudia and Pollensa.