Overall one is taken by the straightforward, homely quality of this house. It is as if everything is as it should be and where it should be. This is a family home.
As you come in from the street there is a spacious hall that has plenty of room for jackets, boots and dog leads. The first room in the house is the living room which in this case has an open feeling that is enhanced by the light and view from the patio. Leading from here there is a good sized bedroom and the kitchen, which while it is not fitted, it is very neat. The courtyard is split in two, the more formal part, with a lemon tree and a peach tree, leads to a second bedroom with a wood-beamed ceiling, a pretty bathroom and a stairwell that leads to a study and a large attic room, complete with wood beams. This room could be converted into three bedrooms while the study might be cleverly transformed into a bathroom. Below stairs is a cubbyhole that was used as a bodega – a cellar for storing wine and hams. The less formal section of the courtyard leads to an old stable with a room upstairs that is shouting out for reconstruction – maybe including a terrace above. . .