A STUNNING Mallorca finca has been splashed across the pages of the New York Times.

The rustic 14th-century farm property set on 60 acres just outside Llucmajor was the centrepiece in the American newspaper’s House Hunting in Spain feature this month.

The property is surrounded by a stone wall and has many features and structures created from local stone, mortar and cement.

And if you can afford the €6.9 million price tag, you will get a three-bedroom villa, guesthouse, separate casita with one bedroom, a pool house, spa and fully equipped stable house with two bedrooms.

Elsewhere the property boasts several covered and uncovered terraces as well as orchards, riding trails, a large garage and swimming pool.

And if you love your flora, feast your senses on the myriad of species, with orchards of almond, orange, lavender and olive trees adorning the property.

The finca is listed with Sotheby’s International Realty.

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