Surrounded by glitzy riads and palaces from the 19th century / early 20th century, most of which have already been renovated, this palace recently appeared on the market and remains among the last of the district.
Real gem of the late 19th century, very well preserved.
Monumental salons with friezes of carved plaster, fine zouaks, original doors (khtaj)…
The architecture in symmetries and oppositions is a perfect balance.
Main entrance leading to the patio on one side and the douirya on the other.
Douirya (60m2 approx.): It was the work and reception area of the master of the house, away from the rest of the riad and the family life.
Rare, the douirya is on the ground floor and not upstairs. It offers the same ceiling heights as the riad (5m high approx.). It consists of 3 beautiful rooms, including a central with skylights, (zellige floor of Fez still partially in condition, door to Khtaj, plaster friezes and zouaks …) And a bathroom. This is also where the well of the house (still present) was.
Riad: Patio: 50m2 approx. (open sky), and 100m2 approx. with the passageways. 4 arched facades distributing 2 monumental living rooms (35m2 and 32m2) and 2 smaller living rooms (20m2 and 16m2).
Kitchen and outbuildings: 20m2 + attic (15m2) + back kitchen (8m2) + storage room (5m2) + toilets. Direct access to the terrace.
Stairs: 2 storage rooms (2m2 and 6m2)
Gallery on 3 sides, covered by wooden awnings (to restore), distributing:
a bedroom (2,3x7m) and its volume for a comfortable bathroom(15m2)
a bathroom (10m2) + a bedroom (2,5x8m) + 1 room (6m2)
a bedroom (3X9m)
the widest bedroom (4X12m), windows crossing street / patio
Terrace: on 2 levels. Low terrace, approx. 70m2. High terrace, on 3 sides, which is accessed by a square lounge, decorated with a cedar ceiling and a clear view of the surrounding palaces, the Atlas Mountains, the Koutoubia, the medina …