A traditional Mallorca house on the outer edge of the exclusive village of Mancor de la Vall at the foot of the Sierra de Tramontana. Located in a small valley, surrounded by mountains, five minutes from Inca and twenty five minutes’ drive from Palma de Mallorca. The property once the home of two painters requires complete reform but also benefits from its untouched condition. Situated on a large urban plot of 400m2 and consist of two floors the lower floor of 119m2 has a large lounge with a traditional fireplace, a room of 43m2 originally a stable which the owners converted into an artist’s studio and a small room used for storage which also has a WC. On the second floor are two large bedrooms a bathroom on this floor there is access to the roof terrace above the studio on the floor below which can also be reached by an exterior staircase from the garden. The large size of the southeast facing garden plot 205m2 and its open views of the surrounding countryside make this property an unusual find. Registered as urban an application to increase the house and construct a swimming pool would be granted and offers the option for a very private quiet property of three to four bedrooms with an open plan kitchen dinner, large lounge with traditional feature and a substantial very private garden with a pool.
Mancor de la Vall is a charming village with around 1.400 inhabitants and is located in a small valley at the foot of the Sierra de Tramuntana surrounded by mountains. It has several bars and restaurants, such as the famous "Micceli", which is run by Marga Coll. It also has a pharmacy and some village hotels.
The fiesta of San Juan Bautista is celebrated on June 24th, patron saint of the town, and a series of cultural and festive events take place. At the end of November, the L'esclata-sang fair takes place.
Nowadays it still preserves prehistoric remains such as the "Tayalots del Clot dels Diners and Conia", "The Fortified Son Bosca" and the "Cave of Montaura".
It is located about 40 minutes away from the airport and the city of Palma, as well as the nearest beaches."