Large finca and plot with an area of 165,492 m2, of which 101,000 m2 are of rainfed cultivation and 63,310 m2 of scrubland.
Located at the highest point of the Campos municipal area, with unobstructed views over the “pla” of Campos and Santany. Fully fenced by a traditional dry stone wall, with access by asphalt road from the Campos – Felanitx highway, which is approximately 1.4 km away. On the plot there are plantations of trees such as carob, wild olive, fig, hackberry, pine, as well as different fences made with traditional stone walls. The finca has its own water from a well, cistern and cistern. Two electricity meters, one with a three-phase power of 13.5 Kw. and another 2.1 Kw single phase.
The main house dates from the 15th century with an area of approximately 500 m2. Distributed on the ground floor with a large old kitchen, two bedrooms, a new kitchen, a cellar with an entrance dug into the rock, a bathroom, a laundry room, a wood oven, an area for animals, grain storage rooms and a haystack. The majority of this ground floor is built with vaulted ceilings using Mallorcan sandstone (mares). The first floor has a room and two open rooms prepared for re-distribution with two terraces.
There are a variety of other constructions, a small construction for animals also made of traditional stone and sandstone (mares) of about 40 m2. Another construction for animals with a facade of 25 linear meters by 4.5 m (112 m2) made of stone wall and wooden beams. At the centre of the plot there is a traditional windmill for the extraction of water made of sandstone (mares) and stone pond which measures 10 meters by 4 meters with a depth of 190 cm.
A large agricultural warehouse of about 850 m2 built in 1979, which was used for livestock production and storage of forage and machinery.
Building data for the plot: According to urban planning regulations of the Consell Insular de Mallorca, the General Rustic Land (SGR) and Area of Agrarian Interest (AIA), in Zone 7 of Mitjorn, a maximum of 4% of the total of the surface. For the conversion into Rural Hotel or Agrotourism 1.1% of the existing buildings and for new buildings 20% of the upper nucleus, with a maximum of 60 rooms (in the case of Rural Hotel). Although the specific area is classified as an agricultural area, there are no special restrictions.