Fornalutx is a mountainous municipality and village on Majorca, one of the Balearic Islands, in Spain. The architecture of the village is of stone and red roof tiles, with most buildings’ windows also having green painted wooden shutters. The stone façades on the majority of these houses have been exposed in recent years by removing the original render to give the buildings a more rustic appearance than was originally the case. Built on different levels, many of the higher streets are pedestrianised and cobbled, with grassy paths leading off into the orchards and farms to the north.
Fornalutx has received prizes and recognition for tourism and conservation. In 1983 it was awarded the Mallorcan Tourism Board Silver Plaque for the defence and maintenance of the village.
Ca’n Creu is located in one of the most historic and charming streets of Fornalutx. The house is a jewel to be renovated by Berrow – a family-led architectural design-build team based in Sóller, transform local properties that are full of stories and character into luxury finished homes for modern buyers. A haven of privacy and peace surrounded by nature that keeps the architectural heritage intact.
4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms
265m2 Constructed Area
170m2 Terraces & Garden
Located in the heart of the village of Fornalutx.
One minute from the historic square and the centre.
UNESCO world heritage mountain range.
Port de Sóller Beach 5km.
Sóller tennis club 6km.
Pure tradition in the heart of Fornalutx.
A fusion of rustic and elegant style for a traditional Mallorcan house. The simplicity of the authentic. With honest materials, traditional finishes and designer furniture, this house promises to be the perfect haven of peace.
Source Berrow Projects