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Stunning property for sale near Pollensa - Mallorca North

Finca, Buy | Spain, Mallorca, North, Pollensa

Property Price

3.950.000 EUR


Property Bedrooms



Property Bathrooms



Property Living area

470 m2

Living space

Property Plot surface

1,25 ha

Plot size

Property Total surface

835 m2

Total Surface


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Amenities and special features of this finca

Type: FincaRegion: NorthYear of construction: 1951Total Surface: 835 m2Terraces: 1Bedrooms: 6Bathrooms: 5Living space: 470 m2Plot size: 1,25 haParking: 3Built-in kitchenFireplaceFurnishedSwimmingpoolHeating: Central heatingFire type: OilFloor type: Tiles

With loads of character and in a very beautiful location along a private road, this natural stone property offers complete privacy and is just a five minute drive from old town Pollensa. Originally a Moorish water mill, possibly the most outstanding feature is the impressive aqueduct that is integrated into the house. The property is in the area of Vall de March within the limits of Tramuntana Mountain territory, awarded World Heritage status by UNESCO in 2011 as an area of great physical and cultural significance. This watermill is one of the last still standing on the island; the oldest parts of the house are more than 1000 years old and have been lovingly extended over the past decades. The main house comprises approx. 320 m2 living space and the guest house approx. 130 m2 - both are equipped with central heating; in addition, there are cosy fireplaces, a double garage, outdoor parking area and several utility rooms are also part of the ensemble. The main building has four bedrooms and there are other rooms available should more bedrooms be needed, four bathrooms and two separate toilets. The cosy and casual kitchen invites you spend time cooking with family and friends, and the inviting living room, featuring a grand fireplace is always a wonderful venue to get together. Guests will feel at home in the natural stone guesthouse, which is slightly apart from the main building. It has two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, living / dining room, terraces and shady pergolas. The plants in the exotic, ornamental garden as well as the orange and lemon orchards on all the terraces, exude an inimitably delicious fragrance, which is always in the air around the former watermill. There is no shortage of outdoor spaces to enjoy: on the sunny terraces, or under the cool porch with built-in barbecue or on the pool terrace where there are a wood-burning oven and sauna house nearby. For cooling on hot days there are small natural pools at the wild end of the property, which fill during the rainy season and a there is a wonderful, heated pool meaning many months of use. In addition, the property has water from its own well and a spring. Two large deposits provide a reliable water supply. The property is in excellent condition and is a uniquely beautiful holiday home for every season, in the winter months ultra-cosy and in the summer months a cool retreat inside and paradise outdoors.

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Carrer dels Pins 23 | 07400 Puerto Alcudia | Spain

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Pollensa: Location and surroundings of this property

The beautiful old town of Pollensa is part of the Municipality of Pollensa, which also includes Puerto Pollensa and Cala San Vicente with a total population of more than 16.000. The town is just 6 km from the coast and 58 km from the airport and the capital Palma de Mallorca. The old town is characterised by narrow streets and the old market square with cafes, bars, shops and small hotels. Pollensa is a town with history that values its traditions and customs. In the early 1920s, Pollensa became a popular destination for famous painters, writers and musicians. Today Pollensa continues to be important to the cultural and art worlds promoting and hosting concerts and exhibitions, such as the International Music Festival. The most notable occasions are the festivals of Sant Antoni in January and the week-long festivities of the patron saint ‘La Patrona Mare de Déu dels Àngels’ in August. Also well worth visiting is the wine fair in April and the Sunday markets held every week. Points of interest include the convent on the Puig de Maria, where there are fantastic 360º views. There is a Roman Bridge and the 365 steps of the Calvario, with a great little cafe at the top to recover from the climb and relish the huge views to both the bays of Pollensa and Alcudia. Pollensa is an excellent starting point for hikers and cyclists before venturing up into the Tramuntana Mountains. Featuring two stunning valleys, Vall den March and Vall de Colonya, the plains and the mountains make for striking landscapes around a romantic town. Property in the area is diverse and in high demand right across the board and many have the holiday rental license in place practically guaranteeing great returns.

Energy information

Year of construction 1951 · Energy consumption value 98.9 kWh/(m2*a) · CO2 emission 27.6 kg/m2 · CO2 Emission Rating D · Fire type Oil · Energy efficiency rating D

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Availability upon agreement

Engel & Völkers recommends having a qualified specialist check the legal situation of the construction. All material is based upon information, which Engel & Völkers considers reliable, but because third parties have supplied it, Engel & Völkes cannot represent that it is accurate or complete, and it should not be relied upon as such. This offering is subject to errors, omissions, and change of price or withdrawal without notice. Availability upon agreement. Taxes, notary and register fees must be paid by the purchaser, the commission for the estate agency must be paid by the seller as stipulated in the sales mandate.

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