Back in the late 1800's, Sóller, a beautiful, ancient town set between the mountains and the shoreline in Western Mallorca, became one of the leading exporters of olives and citrus fruit. The citrus bloom allowed wealthy families to hire foreign architects to design and build continental homes befitting of their status. The Patiki Townhouse was one of those homes. And now, over nearly a century and a half of belonging to the same family, it's for sale. I mean, just look at the stunning Moorish tile, the etched glass windows, and timber beams. And the overflow pool surrounded by olive trees and views of the ocean . . . anyone wanna go in on this one with me?
via Style Files