A building dating back to 1512. A former convent destroyed by the 1755 earthquake, was recovered to Become a very special apartment.
The old convent kitchen now converted into a single room features fireplace With traces of the violent earthquake. The Entire space has traces of XVI and XVIII centuries. Columns, old stairs, forged irons used on the windows of the monks cells. Traces of the eighteenth century tiles are shown at the entrance.
A kitchen adapted from an old hallway That led to the other dependencies of the convent, features modern design and almost high-tech look.
A dining room with decorative tribute to the portuguese commissions of Chinese porcelain from the eighteenth century.
Two very special rooms, facing the majestic fireplace, recall the old cells of the convent. A small toilet, That was recovered from an old corridor.
The master bedroom reveals a more modern decor but with references in furniture from other times.
The main bathroom with two basins, spa bath and shower.
An apartment of 1500, with facilities of the XXI century.