It dates from 1700, testimony to the evolution of popular architecture in the 18th century.
South facing, with sun all day, very bright.
Begur stone facades, with walls half a meter thick, natural insulation, cool in summer and warm in winter.
The house was renovated respecting the original structural elements. The roof had to be redone, for reasons of insulation, the old tiles were recovered. The interior is new, recreating traditional architecture of exposed bricks and wooden beams. ,
It has a fireplace in the kitchen and an old oven that used to bake bread, and that still works perfectly.
- Three-storey house. Access is from the middle floor.
- Middle floor: a hall and a toilet. To the right is a room for the use as an office and reading area, which gives access by stairs to the basement, which could be used as a bedroom. On the left is the kitchen. This floor has a patio with a porch. The kitchen and the reading room have access by double doors.
- The first floor has a gable roof and two spacious rooms. A central distributor room and a bathroom with shower. Rooms have a window facing the street and a large door facing south.
- The lower part is accessed from the middle floor by stairs. It is a semi-basement since it has access to the garden or orchard, the main room has windows. It consists of a continuous barrel vault room, the walls are peeled with exposed stone, in swirling areas. Then it has 3 spaces that overlook the garden, they are 3 beautiful Catalan vaults, ideal for meetings and relaxation, enjoying the relaxing views of the mountains.
It conserves the old rainwater collection system, this is collected in a large cistern that is equipped with a small pump that facilitates the extraction of water to irrigate the garden.
Access on foot to the medieval Castle.
Suitable for living all year round, a few meters from services and shops in the center.