An old village house, spotted on Mi Casa has been rehabilitated in the historical Empordà region of Catalonia, Spain. The goal of the owners, a young couple with two children, was to preserve the home’s traditional charm. The mission fell into the hands of Lizarriturry Tuneu architects, who respected the exterior architecture and interior finishes that initially presented the three-story house: flooring typical of the area, vaulted ceilings and wood windows. While, on the other hand, they opted for open spaces, making the dining room and the kitchen into one as well as the master bedroom sharing space with the cozy living room consisting of a sofa and a unique coffee table.
The entry of the ground floor was arranged to receive guests and takes advantage of the space with a drop table that acts as a mini office. The small kitchen has a breakfast nook and comes complete with a small balcony and a bathroom. A simple staircase leads to the upper floors, with the first floor consisting of the bedrooms (main and child), a bathroom and the living room. The second has a small loft and a generous terrace chill out enjoying wonderful views.
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