Plot with a granted basic project and license for a house of 271m2 on a plot of 15,015m2 a few minutes from the village of Algaida. The house has a ground floor of 140m2 distributed as; an entrance hall, a large living room with an open kitchen of 63m2 with a 20m2 porch with views of the 40m2 swimming pool to the south of the house. A guest toilet and a double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. On the first floor which is 131m2 there are three bedrooms two of which have en-suite bathrooms, lounge and 33m2 terrace with views of the Serra de Tramuntana. A connection for electricity is available with costs shared with the neighbouring finca.
Algaida is traditional small town and municipality of Algaida is in one of the prettiest parts of inland Mallorca in the region to the southeast of Palma de Mallorca. It encompasses six small mountains and is one of the few places in Mallorca which can have rain at any time of the year. The name Algaida is derived from the Arabic word al-gaida which literally means ‘the base’. Records of the town begin in 1232 It is very typical of rural town in Mallorca with winding streets, sandstone buildings and a main square with a church. The area also features many windmills in the surrounding hilly countryside. Algaida is 22 kilometres southeast from the capital city of Palma, along a direct route to Manacor. This makes it an attractive choice for those who wish to commute to either city, or simply enjoy the convenience of having the shopping and amenities within easy reach. The municipality encompasses the nearby tiny villages of Pina and Randa. The municipality of Algaida provides some outstanding local produce which is featured in some of the best restaurants in Mallorca. The local market is held every Friday and features an abundance of fresh, seasonal local produce. Algaida is developing a reputation for organic food and has a tradition of local products to buy such a designer glass or locally produced wine, olive oil and honey.