The house retains the rural style and essence from centuries ago and both the decoration and the furniture have been painstakingly chosen from several antiques shops.
Access to the home is gained through a stone arch-tunnel that originally was used as a gateway to the fortress. At the top there is the house's library, one of the most particular rooms in the property. On the first floor there is a wide entrance hall, dining room with fireplace, kitchen, pantry, toilet and a large bedroom with bathroom, as well as a reception room with direct access to the garden and an additional bedroom. On the top floor we can find the library with mezzanine, two bedrooms with en-suite bathroom, two terraces, dining room and a small kitchen. It is worth noting the tower on the top floor, with six round windows and independent access from one of the terraces. This space has been converted into a bedroom with fireplace and bathroom, ideal to watch the fertile fields of this region, with the Pyrenees in the background. The 523m² Mediterranean garden, surrounded by a high stone wall, includes lush magnolia trees and ancient pine trees, a porch-gazebo and a pleasant swimming-pool. In a spot of the garden a cosy and bright apartment has been built, with a reception room with fireplace, kitchen and a bedroom with bathroom.
The region of Baix Empordà is a privileged space due to its cultural heritage, small medieval villages, natural spaces and the Costa Brava, which is just 15 minutes from the property.