I hope your Saturday is a little less snowy grey than ours is! I'm dreaming a bit today. How lovely it would be to have this to escape to... From The New York Times, "This 200-year-old two-story town house, once a wine cellar, is in Binissalem, a mountain village famous for its wine-making. In 2005 it underwent a gut renovation.... many of the original architectural details [remain]." It has four bedrooms, a terrace and garden area with fig and olive trees, and sits "on a tranquil pedestrian street near the town plaza, which is lined with cafes, bakeries, shops and a church, and which is also the site of a farmers’ market on weekends.... The village is nestled in the valley of the Serra de Tramuntana [Mountains].... The Mediterranean coast and the international Palma de Mallorca Airport are both about 25 minutes away by car." Read more in The NY Times. Sadly, $1.57 million is just a bit out of our budget... but it's fun to dream. And it comes furnished!
Article by Nina Roberts, photos by Stefano Buonamici for The New York Times
** and i've always spelled it Mallorca -anyone have the definitive on that??