Sara Ball Deià
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Historic medieval manor in the Serra de Tramuntana

Description

This historic medieval manor, situated in one of the most privileged spots of the Serra de Tramuntana, dates all the way back to 1493. Its 125 hectares turned it into the largest rural estate in Deià, and into one of the most important manors in the North coast of the island. In the 16th Century it became the home of Saint Catalina Tomás (la Beateta), one of the main icons of Mallorquin piety. At the end of the 19th Century Archduke Luís Salvador purchased the property and restored it to its original splendour. A few years later, at the Archduke’s death, the manor was bought by Baron de Pinopar, who with the help of his devout wife, continued the restoration of the property, giving special love and care to the small and sober chapel to which the Saint confined herself. The typically Mallorquin manor house is perfectly preserved and captivates the visitor for its austere, and yet meticulous authenticity in every one of its lines. The different homes are set around a central courtyard, the focal point of Mallorquin communal life. Among its many attributes, the manor house preserves a large kitchen, with its “alfàbies” (large earthenware jars used to store oil) and casseroles, its chimney and its robust beams, as well as the oil press, containing the utensils that produced one of the best oils in the island. The property also boasts a pool and decorative fountains.  The country estate, set amongst millenary olive groves, holm-oak woods and scrublands, with fabulous views onto the Mediterranean, remains one of the most precious treasures in the island.   

Features

  • Reference SB0137
  • Location Deià
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Living Area 2800 m2
  • Plot Size 616.255 m2
  • Price 15.750.000 €

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