The Palau Salieti (also known as the Audouard House) is a 14th century centre, renovated in 1911 by Rafael Masó and renovated again by Colonel Weowedowsky, (owner, founder and architect of the Cap Roig Castle, in Calella de Palafrugell) commissioned by the current owners,
It is part of the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia. The noble floor of the palace, of more than 400m, is sold, plus a 240m cataloged romantic-style garden. This floor is divided into a completely renovated house, currently leased to a tourist company, with an independent entrance separated from the main house. The rest is the main house with its garden and the warehouse with a parking space.
It consists of 3 large double bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, a modernist kitchen, an entrance hall, an office/library with centennial stained-glass windows, a 6.5 m noble room. high with loft and large fireplace, distributor, dining room, glazed gallery, living room with fireplace and cataloged garden, where there is a porch, a garage and a warehouse. It has original finishes and, despite being perfectly habitable, facilities and bathrooms should be renovated, as well as a general facelift.
It is a unique opportunity to acquire one of the last historical palaces / museums in the city and plan a reform according to a personal project to turn it into one of the most exclusive properties in Girona. You will find more information and links on the web: palausaliet