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...
This beautiful former monastery, with 7,5 hectares of land with over 500 ancient olive trees, is located on a privileged hill between the mountains and the sea, with views to the Mediterranean and one of the most beautiful sunsets on the island.
It is a traditional Mallorquin stone house which still keeps its original structure, large spaces built with lime and plaster, bedrooms simply decorated including a small chapel and a kitchen with a large old style traditional fireplace.
This property is located within walking distance of Deia, with views to the village. The house consists of three floors and has four bedrooms.
The first floor greets you with a spacious fireplace, dining room and kitchen, surrounded by terraces and access to the pool. Up stairs we find the assorted bedrooms one of which has its own private terrace.
The property also has a garden and spacious garage, which all sums up to enourmous renting potential.