An exquisite double fronted 16th century converted Palazzino occupying a quasi square site located at walking distance to the waterfront. It having all its rooms set around a central courtyard and has loads of architectural features. It consists of an entrance hall, kitchen/dining, living room, internal yard, main bathroom, terrace and 3 bedrooms and an uncavated cellar. Features include a ‘Piano Nobile’ with flagstone and a moulded arch with a sculpted monogram of Our Lady. The system of the plan is rotary and is thus similar to a number of contemporary plans reminiscent of many Auberges and Palaces.