Tuesday
April 19, 2011

16th-Century Home on the Yucatán Peninsula


Nicolas Malleville, an Argentine model, and his wife, Francesca Bonato, an Italian fashion designer, bought a 16th-century building in Valldolid on the Yucatán Peninsula, which they converted from a one-room basic structure to a two-bedroom 5,000-square-foot home shaped around a courtyard.






the couple bought the house in 2005 for $200,000 and spend spent about $80,000 on the renovation. my favorite room is the main room which has floor tiles that date back to the 16th century! via nytimes.com

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