This elegantly remodeled apartment is situated at the exclusive residential area of Sol Street almost corner with Cristo Street in Old San Juan. The property tenderly merges the Colonial architecture with contemporary design resulting in a remarkable property.

High ceilings and typical Spanish layout are some of the features of this recently remodeled apartment unit. The unit is located at the first floor of a three-unit Colonial building therefore occupying the entire first floor. Comprising 1,427 square feet of gross area, this home consists of two-bedrooms, two full bathrooms, living-dining room, family room, kitchen, laundry, and beautiful interior patio.

All typical original Colonial details have been preserved as to transport imagination to Spanish Colonial times. Colonial architecture details include zaguan, soles truncos, arches, high ceilings, beams, interior patio, Old San Juan doors, layout, and construction materials.

As you enter the Old city, you walk into 500 years of history. Established in 1509, Old San Juan is characterized by its narrow, blue cobblestone streets. In 1966 this historic site was added to the National Register of Historic Places and in 1983 was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

This remodeled apartment is conveniently located just at walking distance to some of most relevant historical sites in the second oldest city of Western Hemisphere. Historical sites such as San Felipe del Morro Fort (built in the 16th Century), Cuartel de Ballaja built in 1854 by the Spanish army, Ballajá Underground Parking Lot, Cathedral of San Juan (the first Catholic cathedral church on the Western Hemisphere), and El Convento Hotel (originally inaugurated in 1651 as a Carmelite Nuns Convent, opened as El Convento Hotel in 1962). This property is also located at a walking distance to fine restaurants and boutiques like you will do in any old city in Europe.

Private showings are only by appointment in advance.