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 Mediterrane Finca zwischen Sant Joan und Lloret de Vistalegre

Wunderschön eingebettet in die mediterrane Landschaft bei Lloret de Vistalegre und Sant Joan im Inselinneren, liegt diese charmante Finca auf einem Hügel mit atemberaubendem Panoramablick weit über Flur, Felder und Wiesen. Das Anwesen bietet durch seine Aus-richtung Sonnenaufgänge sowohl Sonnenuntergänge. Die Finca verfügt über eine Wohnfläche von ca. 450 m2 und liegt auf einem flachen Grundstück von rund 20.000 m2. Ideal für Wein- oder Olivenanbau, oder auch für Pfer-dehaltung. Gleich an das Haupthaus anschliessend befindet sich das knapp 70 m2 grosse Gästeap-partement, das derzeit über einen separaten Eingang verfügt, jedoch jederzeit zum Haupt-gebäude hin geöffnet werden kann. Das Wohnhaus hat einen loftähnlichen Charakter mit hohen, großen und lichtdurchflute-ten Räumen, die zu jeder Himmelsrichtung weite Blicke bieten. Insgesamt verfügt das Wohnhaus über fünf Schlafzimmer und vier Bäder en-Suite zum grosszügigen Wohnen und Relaxen. Die Mastersuite besticht durch eine grosse, überdachte Veranda mit Traumblick, die an manchen lauen Sommernächten zum Übernachten im Freien einlädt. Der grossräumige, offene Wohnbereich im Erdgeschoss beherbergt auch die modern gestaltete, voll ausges-tattete Küche. Von hier gelangt man gleich zum Cottage-Garten hinterm Haus: Rosen, Kräuter und Gemüse. Des Weiteren gibt es einen großen Obstgarten, sowie viele Mandel- und Olivenbäume. Viele weitere freie und überdachte Terrassenflächen an und um das Haus laden zum Verweilen ein und geben dem Anwesen seinen besonderen Charme. Der mediterrane Garten wurde sehr liebevoll und mit viel Geschmack angelegt und verfügt über eine au-tomatische Bewässerung. Besonderes Higlight der Finca ist der hufeisenförmig gestaltete Pool von ca. 120 m2 mit zwei großen Sonnen-Terrassen. Zu den weiteren Extras zählen: Fussbodenheizung (ÖL), Kamin, Parkfläche für ca. 20 PKW´s, eine Garage, die zur Zeit als Atelier, aber auch für andere Zwecke genutzt werden kann.

Why would you want to own a Finca in the middle of the island?

Mallorca becomes increasingly overcrowded, especially in summer. Traffic bumper to bumper and tourists everywhere. Beaches are overcrowded. Palma in summer with the cruising ships stressing the infrastructure, renders the Old town stifling busy. Southwest of the City is overbuilt, to the west, the tunnel to Soller exposed the hideaways around Port de Soller. The ongoing extensions of the motorways now stretch to the south west, Campos towards Santanyi. Directing more and more people to the coastline of Mallorca. The authentic laid back Mallorca seems to be fading away. Mean while in the middle of the island, a region called Es Pla. Villages as Lloret de Vistalegre, Sant Joan, Montuiri and Sineu, which surround our Finca – are part of the Es Pla. They are well connected with quality roads, Including the less traveled motorway Manacor – Palma. In the centre of Mallorca you can discover, why you originally came to visit Mallorca! Most sunlight days on the Island – the rain usually hovers over the western mountains. Unspoiled landscape and avenues of ancient dry stonewalls. Fields of golden wheat, rye and barley, Vineyards, pine forests, Almond and Olive groves. You can smell the different seasons, see the colors change with the crops and sample the flavours in the local cafes. At night you can hear the distant bells of the sheep, stargaze through the unpolluted night skies. The rambling landscape splattered with erect Cyprus and old farm houses is locally referred to as Toscani of Mallorca. For good reason. The region in the centre of Mallorca is not over built. Your eyes can rest on natural landscape, not many homes, and if there are, they are surrounded by beautiful countryside. The requirements for building residence in the area is increasingly restrictive. Properties with access to water, power, uninterrupted views and privacy are a rare treasure, highly sort after. Where can you find in august your nearest surroundings, wild blackberries. Go for a stroll along the lanes and rarely see a car. Pick fresh Figs, plums, apricots from over laden Trees bridging the lanes. Here you see a farmers plowing fields, rousing sheep, feeding pigs, training horse n carts, toiling away and then meet them in the village for breakfast! History is still alive a result of Historical development at the time when the first king of Mallorca, Jaume I, settled in Sineu. It was the era, when the first roads of Mallorca were planned and built, from Sineu to Palma. And still to this day the Agricultural Market each Wednesday Sineu, exists. The many ancient buildings, the monastery, churches and possessions, highlight the Importance of the region. Nearby Villages Petra and Sant Joan were already settled 2000 years BC. Landmark Possessions such as Son Brondo and Sa Bastida, which occupies half of the Sant Joan region are result of the Kings policy. Both Possessions are still family – runned and owned. Sa Bastida with its rolling landscape and views to the Tramuntana, sits absolutely tranquil and beautiful, a new Agroturismo/Hotel opens its doors with 25 Suites. Sa Rota at the foot of our drive is another renowned Agroturismo and friendly neighbor. Its not without reason, that luxury Hotels such as Finca Son Serena www.fincaserenamallorca.com have recently open their doors, just around the corner. Mediterranean life at its best. Although the centre of the island can offer this authentic Mallorcan life, it is still close to the city of Palma – 30 min and the airport a mere 25 min. Although the area can feel remote to the unaccustomed European city dweller ……..you just need to kick back and explore the village life that will take you anywhere you feel the need to be, observe the local way of life. You can get everything – fresh milk to herbal toothpaste – all year round! In these villages in busy summer they stay open, life goes on…siesta does not effect the day to day life. Also in Winter. Nothing is closing down. Life goes on as usual. There are corner cafes, super markets, stationary and paper shops, butchers, bakers and groceries in every village. Most of which are open midday’s and Sundays. There are Bars, Restaurants, where you meet and hear Mallorcan locals pass the time of day, Pharmacies, Hairdressers, Sports –Centers. Swimming pools, tennis courts. Not to mention artists, painters, potters, carpenters, blacksmiths, garages and characters to be found. There are a lot of younger families that add youth and life to the agricultural back drop. Palma and the surroundings are too expensive for local workers and employees. They stay in their villages and in the homes which belong to family. The time, that only old people are sitting outside their homes in villages, is gone. For example. The population of Lloret grew in the last 10 years from 500 to 3000 residents. Local markets and fiestas are full of youthful Joy and happiness. July and August Es Pla is dancing! Every Friday in Sineu upper marketplace turns into a dance and music festival al are libre – with food, drinks and laughter (photo). Lloret has the biggest fireworks display on the island – a gift of Pirotecnia Jorda, an internationally renowned village local. Another of the seasons highlights is the big Fig-festival (photo). People from all over the island come to celebrate the Gift of figs – the typical fruit of this area. August in Sant Joan youngsters are chasing the three devils, a vivid spectacle for the entire youth, all dressed in fiesta designed T-shirts – they are chasing the devils though the night among fireworks. Later, the local bars are offering tapas for 1€. Everybody gathers in front of the church on sun warmed stones, eating, drinking and dancing to live music for every taste until the sun comes up. Another is the “3-day-MOBO-Music festival on the hill‘ Sant Joan. These are a couple of examples of the vivid life in these central villages. You can embrace it as you discover it or live life beside it, there is no pressure. You will learn to mind your own time, a freedom of lifestyle that most people these days may only enjoy on a lucky vacation, once in a life time. Its authentic Mediterranean island life – Es Pla thats the center of Mallorca.

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 Mediterrane Finca zwischen Sant Joan und Lloret de Vistalegre

Wunderschön eingebettet in die mediterrane Landschaft bei Lloret de Vistalegre und Sant Joan im Inselinneren, liegt diese charmante Finca auf einem Hügel mit atemberaubendem Panoramablick weit über Flur, Felder und Wiesen. Das Anwesen bietet durch seine Aus-richtung Sonnenaufgänge sowohl Sonnenuntergänge. Die Finca verfügt über eine Wohnfläche von ca. 450 m2 und liegt auf einem flachen Grundstück von rund 20.000 m2. Ideal für Wein- oder Olivenanbau, oder auch für Pfer-dehaltung. Gleich an das Haupthaus anschliessend befindet sich das knapp 70 m2 grosse Gästeap-partement, das derzeit über einen separaten Eingang verfügt, jedoch jederzeit zum Haupt-gebäude hin geöffnet werden kann. Das Wohnhaus hat einen loftähnlichen Charakter mit hohen, großen und lichtdurchflute-ten Räumen, die zu jeder Himmelsrichtung weite Blicke bieten. Insgesamt verfügt das Wohnhaus über fünf Schlafzimmer und vier Bäder en-Suite zum grosszügigen Wohnen und Relaxen. Die Mastersuite besticht durch eine grosse, überdachte Veranda mit Traumblick, die an manchen lauen Sommernächten zum Übernachten im Freien einlädt. Der grossräumige, offene Wohnbereich im Erdgeschoss beherbergt auch die modern gestaltete, voll ausges-tattete Küche. Von hier gelangt man gleich zum Cottage-Garten hinterm Haus: Rosen, Kräuter und Gemüse. Des Weiteren gibt es einen großen Obstgarten, sowie viele Mandel- und Olivenbäume. Viele weitere freie und überdachte Terrassenflächen an und um das Haus laden zum Verweilen ein und geben dem Anwesen seinen besonderen Charme. Der mediterrane Garten wurde sehr liebevoll und mit viel Geschmack angelegt und verfügt über eine au-tomatische Bewässerung. Besonderes Higlight der Finca ist der hufeisenförmig gestaltete Pool von ca. 120 m2 mit zwei großen Sonnen-Terrassen. Zu den weiteren Extras zählen: Fussbodenheizung (ÖL), Kamin, Parkfläche für ca. 20 PKW´s, eine Garage, die zur Zeit als Atelier, aber auch für andere Zwecke genutzt werden kann.

Why would you want to own a Finca in the middle of the island?

Mallorca becomes increasingly overcrowded, especially in summer. Traffic bumper to bumper and tourists everywhere. Beaches are overcrowded. Palma in summer with the cruising ships stressing the infrastructure, renders the Old town stifling busy. Southwest of the City is overbuilt, to the west, the tunnel to Soller exposed the hideaways around Port de Soller. The ongoing extensions of the motorways now stretch to the south west, Campos towards Santanyi. Directing more and more people to the coastline of Mallorca. The authentic laid back Mallorca seems to be fading away. Mean while in the middle of the island, a region called Es Pla. Villages as Lloret de Vistalegre, Sant Joan, Montuiri and Sineu, which surround our Finca – are part of the Es Pla. They are well connected with quality roads, Including the less traveled motorway Manacor – Palma. In the centre of Mallorca you can discover, why you originally came to visit Mallorca! Most sunlight days on the Island – the rain usually hovers over the western mountains. Unspoiled landscape and avenues of ancient dry stonewalls. Fields of golden wheat, rye and barley, Vineyards, pine forests, Almond and Olive groves. You can smell the different seasons, see the colors change with the crops and sample the flavours in the local cafes. At night you can hear the distant bells of the sheep, stargaze through the unpolluted night skies. The rambling landscape splattered with erect Cyprus and old farm houses is locally referred to as Toscani of Mallorca. For good reason. The region in the centre of Mallorca is not over built. Your eyes can rest on natural landscape, not many homes, and if there are, they are surrounded by beautiful countryside. The requirements for building residence in the area is increasingly restrictive. Properties with access to water, power, uninterrupted views and privacy are a rare treasure, highly sort after. Where can you find in august your nearest surroundings, wild blackberries. Go for a stroll along the lanes and rarely see a car. Pick fresh Figs, plums, apricots from over laden Trees bridging the lanes. Here you see a farmers plowing fields, rousing sheep, feeding pigs, training horse n carts, toiling away and then meet them in the village for breakfast! History is still alive a result of Historical development at the time when the first king of Mallorca, Jaume I, settled in Sineu. It was the era, when the first roads of Mallorca were planned and built, from Sineu to Palma. And still to this day the Agricultural Market each Wednesday Sineu, exists. The many ancient buildings, the monastery, churches and possessions, highlight the Importance of the region. Nearby Villages Petra and Sant Joan were already settled 2000 years BC. Landmark Possessions such as Son Brondo and Sa Bastida, which occupies half of the Sant Joan region are result of the Kings policy. Both Possessions are still family – runned and owned. Sa Bastida with its rolling landscape and views to the Tramuntana, sits absolutely tranquil and beautiful, a new Agroturismo/Hotel opens its doors with 25 Suites. Sa Rota at the foot of our drive is another renowned Agroturismo and friendly neighbor. Its not without reason, that luxury Hotels such as Finca Son Serena www.fincaserenamallorca.com have recently open their doors, just around the corner. Mediterranean life at its best. Although the centre of the island can offer this authentic Mallorcan life, it is still close to the city of Palma – 30 min and the airport a mere 25 min. Although the area can feel remote to the unaccustomed European city dweller ……..you just need to kick back and explore the village life that will take you anywhere you feel the need to be, observe the local way of life. You can get everything – fresh milk to herbal toothpaste – all year round! In these villages in busy summer they stay open, life goes on…siesta does not effect the day to day life. Also in Winter. Nothing is closing down. Life goes on as usual. There are corner cafes, super markets, stationary and paper shops, butchers, bakers and groceries in every village. Most of which are open midday’s and Sundays. There are Bars, Restaurants, where you meet and hear Mallorcan locals pass the time of day, Pharmacies, Hairdressers, Sports –Centers. Swimming pools, tennis courts. Not to mention artists, painters, potters, carpenters, blacksmiths, garages and characters to be found. There are a lot of younger families that add youth and life to the agricultural back drop. Palma and the surroundings are too expensive for local workers and employees. They stay in their villages and in the homes which belong to family. The time, that only old people are sitting outside their homes in villages, is gone. For example. The population of Lloret grew in the last 10 years from 500 to 3000 residents. Local markets and fiestas are full of youthful Joy and happiness. July and August Es Pla is dancing! Every Friday in Sineu upper marketplace turns into a dance and music festival al are libre – with food, drinks and laughter (photo). Lloret has the biggest fireworks display on the island – a gift of Pirotecnia Jorda, an internationally renowned village local. Another of the seasons highlights is the big Fig-festival (photo). People from all over the island come to celebrate the Gift of figs – the typical fruit of this area. August in Sant Joan youngsters are chasing the three devils, a vivid spectacle for the entire youth, all dressed in fiesta designed T-shirts – they are chasing the devils though the night among fireworks. Later, the local bars are offering tapas for 1€. Everybody gathers in front of the church on sun warmed stones, eating, drinking and dancing to live music for every taste until the sun comes up. Another is the “3-day-MOBO-Music festival on the hill‘ Sant Joan. These are a couple of examples of the vivid life in these central villages. You can embrace it as you discover it or live life beside it, there is no pressure. You will learn to mind your own time, a freedom of lifestyle that most people these days may only enjoy on a lucky vacation, once in a life time. Its authentic Mediterranean island life – Es Pla thats the center of Mallorca.

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