The first written reference to this rural property - known locally as ‘Sa Cabana D’es Frares’ (The Monk’s Hut) - dates back to the 16th and 17th Centuries. In this written reference, it was described as a hut lived in by Carthusian monks who used to provide accommodation to travellers walking the public road of “Passatemps”, which constitutes the northern boundary of the plot. There is an Arab irrigation ditch (declared a Cultural Heritage Site), running throughout the plot with its water supply source in the northern, peripheral part of the property. Property Type: Home with existing horse facilities Special Amenities: Guest Quarters, Regulated well with authorised
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