Magnificent, ancient Majorcan manor named “Cal i Cant”, boasting an elevated position and providing views of the gorgeous countryside, close to the village Sant Llorenç Cardassar, near to Manacor.
This considerable property is set on an extensive plot of land with numerous annexes, including a farm house, stables and other buildings that require renovation. There are plenty of possibilities for developing the estate and for agriculture or leisure time use of the land. Moreover, the manor provides grounds for hunting small game. It is perfect for touristic projects or persons searching for seclusion and security for a large family with accommodation for staff. The mansion comprises many characteristics typical for the 19th century, spacious rooms and terraces overlooking the countryside and the sea. The property is spread over three floors consisting of a foyer, living area, library with fireplace, kitchen, dining area, ten bedrooms and nine bathrooms, plus further independent apartments. In addition, it boasts a considerable property with pool and various stables and further annexes that could be converted into additional accommodation or, alternatively, rooms for leisure activities. Surrounded by ample fruit gardens, vegetable patches and Mediterranean gardens, the ground is being cultivated, though providing huge potential for other activities such as hunting of small game, rearing of livestock or horses, or almond and olive production. It would also be perfect for the shooting of movies and is situated close to the charming village of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar in Manacor with numerous golf courses and the magnificent east coast of Majorca.
SIR Farm&Ranch, Privacy, Mountain, Green Living, Country Living
various terraces, ideal for country lovers, garden, guest apartment
Property Condition: To refurbish
This consists of the municipalities of Felanitx, Manacor, San Llorenç, Son Servera and Capdepera. Although it has no coast, this area does have very attractive scenery with low hills which give the area some excellent views. Golf tourism has been well developed in this area.
This starts with the beach at Cala Ratjada and continues as far as the Drach caves in Porto Cristo. Despite being in the north, its coast is well protected from the wind, as it is to the east of places like Pollensa or Alcudia which get the north wind directly. Both the coast and the interior have gained in value considerably thanks to recent investment in roads, marinas and golf courses.