This masterfully renovated townhouse fuses sophisticated design with its original 17th Century features in Ibiza.
Built at the beginning of the 17th century, natural stone, concrete, and cast iron form the original structure of this storied home. Renaissance features are notable in the spectacular south entrance hall, where two arches and four semicircular arches are magnificently preserved.
A complete renovation in 1985 integrated contemporary style with the building's existing Renaissance features through generous use of Italian marble floors, wood beams, and large expanses of glass through which to appreciate glorious views.
A master bedroom suite provides generous wardrobe space and its sunny glass-enclosed bath allows picturesque views over the city and the sea below. The living room and bedroom open to a sunny and secluded terrace, providing 360-degree views over the walled city and the countryside and sea beyond.
Principal rooms on the ground floor, two grand reception halls provide entrances from both the north and south facades of the building, with the north side entrance hall also having direct access to the two-car garage.