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The country manor "Cas Beato" (house of the holy brother) - was carefully and elaborately restored and extended up to 400sqm. The still present original construction materials were integrated perfectly with the new architecture of the house and all of the old walls left untouched.
The architecture places its emphasis on spaciousness, brightness and purism. The large open kitchen in the oldest part of the house was designed and equipped in accordance with mallorquin examples and with the most modern appliances.
The "sitting hall", reached via two steps from kitchen, boasts an imposing fireplace alongside the large supporting Marés (mallorquín sandstone) columns. The floors are terracotta-tiled, while parts of the kitchen and the entrance hall are laid with river stones. All of the woodwork in the kitchen and bedrooms is hand-made by mallorquín carpenters.
The house commands three bedrooms on its upper floor, accessible via a large staircase; two
of these with connecting bathrooms and one bedroom with a separate bathroom. The
bathrooms have been crafted in the Philip-Starck style. A guest toilet is also to be found on the
The home’s Viessmann heating equipment is set up in an extension of the house, and a large
Wall closet for terrace and garden items and tools has been built-in also. An old baking oven is still functional, and a covered terrace ensures shade in summer and serves as additional living space while the pool invites one to a refreshing swim in summer.
The finca was completed in spring 2008 and was furnished completely in tune with the style of the house’s architecture.
The garden was also newly laid and planted during the year, adding new plants to the already existent variety of trees.
You can recognize Capdepera from far away because of its castle and the medieval buildings which are inside the castle walls. A widely known medieval market takes place every year which is worth a visit. To the municipality of Capdepera belong also the villages Cala Ratjada, Cala Mezquida and Canyamel