The building is located in the medieval heart of Taormina, near the Duomo. Originally belonged to the noble catalan family de Grugno that arrived in Sicily under Frederick II, with Perez de Grugno and built it in the fifteenth century.
An important example of Renaissance architecture in Sicily, for the elegant symbiosis of Renaissance and Catalan, Arabic, Gothic, with its pointed arches, lowered and round arches, the use of black lava stone alternating white stone, and in the cantonal stylish frames and Renaissance decorations of the windows ...
It has been recognized as of special historical and architectural interest and subjected to monumental restriction with DM 17.02.1912.
For Arch. Prof. M. C. Calabrese, restoration worked by the owners in 80 "combines elegance and respect for the strong historical memory and identity of the building."
Charming garden facing the Cathedral and elegant sitting room.
Via Santa Maria dei Greci, 1-3-5-7 - 98039 Taormina - Messina (ME)
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