500 year old house built on a 180 m2 foot print, this property enjoys lots of traditional features such as corbels, xorok tal-qasba, wooden beams, stone sculptures, Norman arches, and terraced roofs converted to a roof terrace. Upon entrance through a norman arch, is a room facing the central courtyard, on the left hand side is a small modern bathroom and storage behind. On the right is another living room, leading towards the staircase to the sleeping quarters on the left, and the dining room and kitchen on the right. Each room surrounds the central courtyard. The kitchen faces the pool and deck area and the waterfalls. All appliances in the kitchen are super modern, with a microwave oven, oven, built in fridge and freezer, and glass hob. There is also a massive pantry to store utilities in. The study is only accessed through the central courtyard, and so is the roof. One bedroom could be accessed through the courtyard and through the internal part of the house. The other bedroom (Main), is only accessed through the internal part of the house, this bedroom also enjoys a small balcony overlooking the pool area.