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The building itself was designed in a "C" form, as the front has a roofed courtyard paved with ornamented concrete tiles. The courtyard is surrounded by an open space, containing the kitchen, dining table and an area for watching television and listening to music on the western wing, and master bedroom and bathroom on the eastern wing. The second floor consists of four bedrooms, two on each side, along with two bathrooms.
The entrance leads to the kitchen and TV area which, like most of the house, is designed with bright colored, minimalistic feel to it. The dining table area separates the kitchen from the TV area. Over the table stands a beautiful vintage lamp made entirely of rings shaped crystals; intertwine with each other, and hanging from the ceiling down.
The ground floor has glass doors framed in blackened iron which are folded in the summer time creating porch for entertaining or indoor seating in the western courtyard, amongst grapefruit trees, orange and tangerine.
Between the two wings, near the entrance, is a large seating area designed with African accessories. Four black drums are used as tables and are combined perfectly with straw chairs, the pine and stainless steel and upholstery fabrics, imported from Zimbabwe.
A white wall in the back of this space hide the staircase made of white painted wood panels that are connected to the walls with black iron latches. A narrow window, raising the entire height of the house, washes the staircase and the house with natural day light.The lower basement level contains an office used by the landlord. This office has a separate entrance on the south side of the house.