Son Macià Negre, a grand Spanish-style finca in agricultural use is set in the outskirts of the town of Marratxí in suburban Majorca. A perfectly preserved example of the island’s historical rural architecture.
The property is arranged over three floors and dates back to 1920. Covering an area of 1,700m2, it also has an additional 2,500m2 of basement which would once have been used as the storeroom. The interior is well presented, with the flooring and ceiling beams in good condition. The main floor would once have been the living quarters, whilst the second floor features an array of bright rooms. The lower floor also boasts a chapel, wine cellar, a mill or granary and much more.
Another impressive feature of the property is that it is surrounded by a vast plot which stretches to 476,000m2. Several outhouses and facilities are spread across the plot as an addition to the main building, such as the water tank and swimming pool. This is a magnificent Grade A listed finca of significant architectural heritage in Majorca.