The house was renovated in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and was configured as a construction as it is today, ground floor and three floors. So it can be said that the house dates from the fourteenth century although the current appearance corresponds to a period of the eighteenth century between the years 1751 and 1800
In 1997 a rehabilitation project was executed preserving the original details of the elements of common interest and implementing the installation of an elevator from the first floor to the third floor of the building. The facades were also restored, by eliminating non-original overlapping elements, maintaining and cleaning the facade. This rehabilitation focused on the recovery of the original elements such as stone surfaces, cladding, balcony slabs, railings and the roof of all openings. Stresses the chromaticism of the facades and the beauty of the entrance to the farm and its main staircase.
The apartment is the result of a subsequent interior renovation, in 2016, when the current owners acquired this property and decided to recover the original elements of the house and improve the distribution of the apartment. The apartment has two double bedrooms, both with loft, a bathroom with tub and shower, a toilet and a central space where the kitchen and living room is located in a single space. The distribution of the apartment revolves around a beautiful interior courtyard where the main staircase access to the estate and its majestic main entrance. The main room and the dining room are turned into this patio, while the other room faces the narrow street through which the farm is entered.
Highlights include the high ceilings of more than 3 meters high, the large windows, the original authentic pavement of the estate and the stone walls with recesses and details that show the antiquity and authenticity of this exceptional property. This is a great opportunity to live in one of the oldest areas of the Born, next to Argentería street and Santa María del Mar.