The Spanish farmhouse gets a contemporary twist at this Mallorcan property in the town of Santanyi, designed by local housebuilder Richard Abel and wrapped in mature gardens.
The Finca was completed in 2011 and is surrounded by landscaped terraces and a courtyard, accessed directly via sweeping patios and balconies from the six-room island home. It’s been built in a traditional style with rustic terracotta roof tiles and pink-hued Mallorcan stone – materials also used in the interior spaces, with exposed brickwork across the ground floor.
Beamed ceilings feature in each room, though the traditional timber takes a neutral shift upstairs, where rooms are outfitted in a modern minimalist style in contrast to the lower level. Statement pieces include a carved stone staircase, a fireplace in the living room, a huge open kitchen with traditional cabinetry, and an open dining area open to the garden and swimming pool. Fantastic Frank is listing the Finca for €4.1m.