Typical Catalan farmhouse dating from 1736, has 730 m2 and four hectares of land around between fields and forest. It is one of the best preserved sites of the Costa Brava, despite its proximity to major tourism centers, such as Platja D'Aro and Sant Feliu.
It is divided into three floors.
Ground floor: Entrance hall, living room, dining room with fireplace, a bedroom, a bathroom with storage room, pantry, kitchen, fireplace, double bakery; room, pantry and cellar, vaulted ceilings cane.
First floor: hall distributor, two bedrooms with living room and one bedroom with bathroom and terrace, three bedrooms, one with a fireplace, two bathrooms and a shower room, large living room with fireplace large windows.
Second floor: attic, hallway distributor, five bedrooms, one with terrace, bathroom, living room with a large window.
Outbuildings: a main entrance are a porch with barbecue, well, utility room, engine room, laundry room and access to the small garden through stone arch. At the rear is a courtyard surrounded by a room and workshop, barn, now destined to garage, pool and garden area.