If you want to take a walk along the seafront of Monopoli from the old port, passing through the Carlo V Castle towards some of the most characteristic beaches of the city, you find yourself half-way in a pretty flowery open space, behind a small church and is here that is located the splendid Dimora Arcadia.
The stone house is completely independent, is organized on several floors, as well as the typical houses in the area.
As soon as you cross the threshold, you find yourself in a welcoming entrance from which you can reach a living room with a barrel vault.
On the next floor, you immediately reach the first kitchen and dining area with table and chairs and, everything is finished by a precious lighting system, from here you get into a second living room with two sofas where you can relax, enjoying the nearby alley view, thanks to the presence of a big window.
The second floor is characterized by the presence of two bedrooms: a more intimate and cozy, with soft lights that make it warm and welcoming; the other radiated by the white light coming from the window, dominated by blue and white, with continuous references to the details of the Mediterranean tradition and the sea. On the same floor there is a bathroom with a shower, where we find the stone that characterizes the whole house also in the cladding and in the important washbasin with a classic taste. Also at this level a bright living room with references to the Moroccan world.
On the third floor comes back the theme of the sea, of which you can already enjoy the view from the third bedroom, where the references
in furnishing and colors, constantly bring back to the seafaring tradition. The details of the sea are also in the room, where there is also a laundry area. From here it is possible, through a white spiral staircase in wrought iron, to reach the property terrace.
On the top floor there is immediately a kitchen, with a floor, a hob and a pantry, perfect to prepare dishes that you can enjoy on the two adjacent terraces, dominating by a splendid sea view. In the two connected terraces, there is a dining area, shaded by a pergola, and a relaxation area with sofas. From this point it is possible to enjoy a view of the entire historical center of the city, of the entire coast and of all the small bays that characterize it. Due to the multi-storey layout, connected by narrow staircases, this flat is not recommended for families with children under 6 years old.