The rustic property of Son Marrón is the result of the segregation of the old Islamic farmhouse, which in 1232 was called Beni-Taref, from the distribution made after the Conquest of Mallorca by D. Jaime I the Conqueror, and which was granted to the nobleman Pere Arnau.
The property consists of a plot of 759.132 m2 with a living area of 920 m2 and agricultural buildings of 823 m2.
The land covered by the rustic estate is irregular in shape, with areas that are noticeably flat and areas that are uneven in the form of small, gently sloping mounds, which form a small torrent through which rainwater flows when it is abundant. Most of the land is scrubland, with wild olive and pine trees. In a small part there are holm oaks, in the rest of the plots there are almond trees, carob trees, fig trees and the rest is dedicated to pasture and dry farming.
There is a large isolated building on the estate, two storeys high, used as a rustic dwelling, known as the Cases Velles. les Cases Velles, with several rooms, porches and storerooms. In the centre of the main façade is an external staircase leading to the first floor. The main façade has an external staircase leading to the first floor, where there is also a fully equipped dwelling. There are There are also a series of agricultural buildings around the main building. Call or write to us right now and get additional advice on this object! Do not hesitate to contact our real estate agency " YES! MALLORCA PROPERTY" for getting any additional information and organizing a visit