From catalan conquest until 15th century
In the distribution after the Catalan conquest corresponded to the share of Nuño Sans.
In the year 1246 was the owner Eximén of Fileusa, who asked for permission to King James I to search for treasures in his property, a request that was granted in exchange for giving half the value of the findings to the royal patrimony.
From the 15th to the 17th century
Later, the southern part of the Valagai’s state passed to the Brondo family, that gives name to the property; In 1591 it belonged to the magnificent Hipólito Brondo.
In the year 1638 Jerónimo Barceló acquired Son Brondo, and in the second half of the same century passed to the descendants of the current owners, the Alemany, former merchants who obtained the rank of military citizens.
From the 18th century to the present day
At the beginning of the eighteenth century the owner was Jerónimo Alemany Moragues (1693-1753) general chronicler of the kingdom of Mallorca and illustrious son of Palma, who married Catalina Flor and Amer (Bover, JM: 174), whose shield appears on the main portal with the date of 1711.
The son of this marriage, Jerónimo Alemany Flor (1715-1777), was also a historian and writer (GEM, I, 98). At the beginning of the 19th century, the possessions were inherited by the Rosselló de Cal Hereu family, who came from Manacor.