The building was erected in 1926 by a merchant father for his three daughters and is considered part of the history of its nearby area.
The house remained with the family until they sold it to our group and we tried, with love and affection, to restore it back to its former glory. It was a house built with taste from the beginning, in Art Deco style without unnecessary adornments but with class and a faultless survey and design. Even its basement housed well-constructed warehouses and laundries and the father took care to divide washing duties in his contract – trousseau.
Besides the neighbourhood was always a family area, while since the Ottoman Rule era, the historical centre was conceded to Hispanic Jews and retained this character until the Second World War. Today the area is filled with small restaurants and coffee shops, alternative bars and picturesque, beautiful streets for walking.