This noble property takes you back in history: Legends have it that it was designed to distract pirates. Once you walk in, you´ll discover the truth. In the entrance, you´ll be surprised by a charismatic flight of Menorcan stairs decorating the spacious hall. The hall also features authentic Menorcan wooden beams and gives access to the three incredible living rooms. Granted, they require restoration, but just imagine how cosy, comfortable, elegant and cheerful they´ll be. On the same floor, there´s also an access to the interior courtyard of the house, luminous, sheltered, private, almost secret and quite unusual because it has a peculiar set of stairs attached to the wall, which makes you want to discover the first floor. The kitchen, though outdated, can be used right away and offers more than enough space for a dining table. The large window lets in plenty of light to the room. ~ ~ ~ Going up the main stairs, you´ll reach a hallway that gives access to the different bedrooms, many of them with original ceramic floors, large, spacious and dreamy. You´ll see that in these rooms, too, you´ll be able to create wonderful diaphanous spaces according to your needs. The bathrooms need updating as well, but are correct as is.~ ~ ~ The top floor, the attic, is the most mysterious area of the house, if you will. It has five rooms, and even if they are filled up with memories, you can touch the beams, which do need a profound restoration. In the back you´ll discover a door that leads to the Bohemian upper terrace. As if placed there to decorate your terrace, the dome of the Church of "Carme" and a part of the facade of the Cloister appear in the background and you can also see other colourful terraces.~ ~ ~ You are in the centre of the city, on one of the squares with a viewpoint with the most gorgeous views of the natural port of Mahón, from where you can take a short downhill walk and enjoy all the lively terraces and little shops. From the door of the property, you are literally half a minute on foot away from the market and the old church " Claustro del Carmen" from 1750-1808 in Neoclassical style. And it seems like back then the architects already thought about future needs by building a "garage" for the property that fits two vehicles.~ ~ Come and explore this evocative property...
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