This old townhouse from 1703, has been renovated in 2004. The present owner has done the renovation with much care and consideration in order to keep the mallorquin tradition throughout the house.
The townhouse has plenty of rooms, which make life quite practical and enables different familiy members to live apart and yet be part of the family. This old townhouse would also be a good investment for those, who seek to let it on weekly bases .
Beeing near the center of Soller and having the port not far, gives this house a special charm.
The House has 3 floors. On the first floor there are 2 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms en suite. The terrace on this floor is covered. On the second floor there are 2 living rooms with 1 bedroom and a bath en suite and a dining room with a kitchenett. The terrace on this floor is not covered. The ground floor has two living areas , one of them with the fire place. There are some steps leading you into the fourth bedroom and the bath en suite. This is a very attractive part, which reveals the old construction of this nice townhouse.
For centuries Soller has been Mallorca's fruit basket; its juicy oranges are exported worldwide. Thankfully, the fruit merchants came up with a brainwave - to build a railway from Soller to Palma! The result of this is one of the most spectacular railway journeys in Europe. This railway route became so famous that the quaint stationmaster's house has been transformed into a miniature art gallery featuring works by Picasso and Miro!Read more