Finca in Algaida of 7500 m2 is sold with a house divided into two completely independent houses, one on the ground floor and another on the upper floor, which is accessed by an external and private staircase.
The ground floor property consists of 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, living room, fireplace, equipped kitchen and pantry. It also has a large porch, with direct access to the pool.
The house on the upper floor, which is accessed by separate upper staircase, has 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, living room, and living room. Chimney. It also has two large terraces with clear views to the fields.
The two kitchens have gas cooker and gas water heater.
All rooms are exterior and very bright.
The property has a pool of 9 x 4.50 x 1.5 m. With complete installation of engine, sewage treatment plant and engine room. In addition to outdoor lighting throughout the pool.
Barbecue with porch, and two grills.
2 fully equipped garages such as mechanical workshop, with pit, and rooms of very wide tools.
The farm has easy access from the road and asphalted road to the house. Surrounded by dry wall on one side, and on the other delimited by pine forest. Iron gate at the entrance.
It is very well connected with the town of Algaida, and with the capital Palma.
Light of ENDESA, and two algibes, one of 40 T and another of 30 T. that sufficiently reach the two houses.
Possibility of phone line.
The municipal town of Algaida is situated approximately 20km, or 12 miles, north east of the capital Palma, and the Son Sant Joan International Airport. Overall, the municipal district of Algaida covers an area of around 88km2, and figures taken from the latest Consell de Mallorca census for the island shows a resident population of just 3,957. Lying in the south-east of the island, Algaida is a largely rural municipality, with the majority of those living in the small town of Algaida itself. The little villages of Randa and Pina are the only other communities of any size. Archaeological remains found in the municipality point to settlements dating back to prehistoric times, but the first recorded mention of it is in 1232 when two alqueries (Muslim farms) were recorded under the name of Algaida. The term Algaida is derived from the Islamic word al-gaida, meaning the wood or forest. Under Arab rule, the territory occupied by the municipality of Algaida was part of a larger administrative region under the name of Juz de Muntuy, which included the municipalities of Algaida, Campos, Llucmajor, Montuïri, Santanyí and Ses Salines. A reminder of the regions past can be seen in the many wells and water tanks in the area and descendants of the array of hydraulic structures built by the Arabs to collect water. Algaida is also home to a rather controversial bull in the form of a statue originally erected as a promotional tool for Osborne, a sherry distiller. Bulls are a national symbol of Spain and as such, the Algaida bull is perceived by advocates of Majorcan independence as a symbol of foreign dominance and has sustained several attacks, although, such is the importance of the bull as a Spanish symbol, it has been rebuilt by the authorities each time. The bull can be seen on the main road out to Manacor.