The House belongs to a group of houses of the 19th century, which are slowly being renovated, so it preserves a good example of urban architecture in the outskirts of the old town of Corfu. It is built in the area of the the ancient city, while salvage excavations in the building before renovation, highlighted foundation and shells from ancient house, which meant that the habitation continued for two and a half thousand years until today. The top of the two rooms of the apartment, that once belonged to the operating side also renovated, was the depot, while the space of the two bedrooms was the area which was operating the family finances in the early 20th century . The stone was a shop selling and distribution of seeds imported from abroad for local growers. This House of two levels is hosting antique furniture rescued from the adjacent main house, all samples of the Corfiot urban furniture of the 20th century.
The privileged position of the building in the heart of the peninsula of Paleopolis, as the area is called, offers the opportunity to visit the most important archaeological monuments of Corfu. These are the archaeological site and the Mon Repo and Palaiopolis Museum (5th BC), the Byzantine (12th) monastery of St. Theodore with the remnants of the temple of Artemis (6th BC), the Church of Saints Jason and Sosipater (10th), the newest (19th) monastery of St. Euphemia, the church Pontikonissi and opposite Vlaherna (16th) .
The medieval historical center of the town of Corfu is two kilometers away, reachable either by bus, with a stop a few meters from home, or even better by foot. It is a wonderful walk of 20 minutes from Garitsa Bay, the backdrop of the Venetian Old Fort.