This recently refurbished townhouse in the Mallorcan town of Sóller blends French and Spanish influences across its storied bones.
Dating back to 1896, when the town’s citrus trade was in full bloom, the five-bedroom island home was built for a wealthy family who enlisted a Parisian architect to design them a continental home befitting of their status.
The Patiki Townhouse was held in the same family for 120 years and has just refurbished and put on the market via Bjurfors, with price on application. Ground floor rooms feature five-metre-high ceilings with original timber beams, as well as restored Moorish floor tiles and white-washed walls. Pops of moody navy blue break up shared spaces and inject cosiness.
Bedrooms on the first floor have original acid etched glass windows that flood them with light, while the master bedroom has its own private terrace with panoramic views of the nearby Tramuntana mountain range.
A wine cellar and landscaped garden, dotted with olive trees and a 10-metre-long minimalist swimming pool, complete the Mallorcan property. Sandy beaches and the centre of Sóller are a short walk away.