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The stately mainson from the 18th century is a real unique, which has retained his authenticity and nativeness, but also has been reformed gently and professional. This luxurious mansion and his outside surfaces have been very well integrated into the Mediterranean hills of the preserve area of "Llevants" in the area of Capdepera, Cala Mesquida. In this region you can enjoy above all the heavenly peace and the vastness of the surrounding land. Furthermore, you don't have to give up the comforts of a modern infrastructure here. White beaches, four golf courses, tennis centres, diving and sailing schools and two marinas provide a social program all year round. If you need more variety, visit the medieval towns of Arta and Son Servera or travel to the tourist village of Cala Ratjada.
The imposing stone-built house was deliberately built in the 16th and 18th century with island's typical design and in particular was inspired by the prevailing mansions. Here, during the reform works the current owner has placed great emphasis on the use of high quality materials. He has created a home of exceptional quality and loveliness. The marble floors compete with handmade tiles and sandstone compositions. A special eye-catcher is the old oil mill, the wooden roof beams and the Moroccan lounge.
The floor plan on the ground floor is as follows: Huge entrance, 2 living-rooms, cozy room with fireplace, 2 kitchens, dining area, lounge, oil mill, 2 bedrooms with one en suite bathroom, extra bathroom, utility rooms, billiards and 2 wine-cellars. 2 stairs lead to 2 wings of the upper floor. On the left side you will find the spacious master bedroom with bath en Suite, lounge and terrace with sea view.
The wing on the right side has 3 bedrooms with one en suite bathroom, another bathroom and roof terraces as well.The spacious outdoor area was designed and planted by a professional landscaper.
The newly formed, visual appearance is fantastic. In the centre of the park-like grounds you find the huge pool (20x8m shaped as half of a guitar), pergolas and sunny terraces.
Outdoor grill, vegetable garden, separate casita, which could be converted into a guest house, well and two large cisterns. Naturally there is satellite TV, internet, alarm, automatic irrigation and outdoor lighting
You can recognize Capdepera from far away because of its castle and the medieval buildings which are inside the castle walls. A widely known medieval market takes place every year which is worth a visit. To the municipality of Capdepera belong also the villages Cala Ratjada, Cala Mesquida and Canyamel.