Hunkering in the foothills of Mallorca’s Serra de Tramuntana, in the region known as Es Raiguer, this freshly renovated cottage is a gateway for exploring the mountains.
The refurbished bolthole is located in the rural village of Manor de la Vall and retains its original character with sleek contemporary finishes: think wooden beamed ceilings, natural stone walls, traditional wooden windows and shutters, alongside handmade floortiles, crisp plasterwork, white walls, swooping arches and bespoke built-ins.
There’s also plenty of texture in the kitchen, which features honeycomb tiling, stone counters and skinks, and breezy, lattice-front cabinetry. The use of texture continues up the stone staircase to the upper level, where there’s a lounge and bedroom, with window nooks, built-ins and a large terrace looking towards the mountains. The en-suite is decked in brightly coloured terrazzo.
Fantastic Frank Palma is listing the one-bedroom Mancor de la Vall home for €540,000, and it’s pitched at an active couple or individual who’ll enjoy hiking and cycling in the Tramuntana area.
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