Fabulous 17th century house located in the historical center of Fuenterrabía, which was completely renovated as a loft in 2010. This reform has enhanced the original constructive elements, wood structure and stone walls, combining them with the most modern materials, such as glass and metal. It has three stories. Some of the floors were made of glass to allow the light that enters through the south façade to travel throughout the house. Next to the spectacular metal and wood staircase, a shaft is anticipated to house an elevator.
The access to the property is from the square, to a large hall with stone walls. In the back of this hall is a spacious storage room and utility room with shower.
On the first floor there is a living room with wonderful views of the Parador and the sea and a modern kitchen equipped with high-end appliances, as well as a small dining room next to the south windows overlooking the roofs of the old town. The light that enters through these windows crosses the whole story.
On the second floor, of equal size, is the master bedroom with its full bathroom and very high ceiling and relaxing views to the mountains, and a room overlooking the castle of Charles V and the sea, which could easily be transformed into another bedroom. The last attic floor includes double room and a bathroom. It has access to a charming and intimate terrace to the south from which you can enjoy the views of the bell tower of the Church and the roofs of the oldest streets of the city, with the Peñas de Aya in the background.
The house is totally independent, silent and full of light.
It is a unique property because of its history and its location, to which must be added a reform that has managed to respect and preserve the identity of the building, providing a functional distribution and materials that allow the maximum use of the virtues of the house .
Due to its strategic location, the old town of Fuenterrabia was fortified for centuries. Of that defensive wall structure are preserved the two entrance doors, the hub of Santa Maria, the bastion of the Queen, the fortress of St. Nicholas and the bastion of Santiago. The heart of the old town is located around the Plaza de Armas. Nearby is the Church of Santa Maria Assunta and Manzano, of the XVI century, which combines Gothic, Renaissance and elements rises baroque.
Next to the Old Town, it is located the leisure port and opposite the frech beach of Hendaye, famous for its waves and surfers.