This historic farmstead, outside of Palma, is listed for a hefty €1.9m – but the price includes not one but three buildings on the bucolic plot between the villages of Santa Maria del Camí and Buñola.
The rustic finca has been meticulously renovated by its present owner, who has reconfigured and repurposed agricultural buildings on the site to create their family home, as well as a second house and a smaller guest house.
The island property earns its keep via a holiday rental license and is popular with tourists seeking peace and quiet away from the island’s capital, Palma (a short 15-minute drive away.)
Interiors skilfully blend white-washed minimalism and country rustic, with the old beams and weathered walls proudly on show next to crisply plastered surfaces, lime-washed floorboards and light stone tiles. A standout space is the double-height kitchen, with its repurposed wooden cabinetry and soothing earth tones drawn from the landscape. Elsewhere, there are knotted pine doors and brick fireplaces, warped beams and curved alcoves that skip seamlessly between old and new.
Rugged stone walls and topiary enclose a cobbled courtyard separating the buildings from each other. This serves as an alfresco dining area, while a swimming pool is located at the front of the Mallorca property, along with several terraces with sweeping views of the countryside.
Fantastic Frank has the listing for the Mallorcan country home.