The west facing gates serve as the main entrance to the property. Passing through these gates and over the Kuća Kamena sign, one finds themselves on the terrace. The terrace (15 m²) separates the bathroom/toilet from the main house and lower terrace (9 m²), and is shaded by a mature grape vine. 

From the terrace, double doors open onto the ground floor of the house. This level offers an open space of 25m² which unifies living and kitchen areas. For colder days there is a wood-burning stove integrated into the kitchen.  Opposite the kitchen, at the far end of this room, is a couch that converts into a double bed (155cm x 200cm).

The toilet and bathroom, which includes a hot water shower, are located in a small separate unit on the main terrace. A cold water shower is mounted to the outside wall of the bathroom for hot summer days. 

The lower terrace is located only a couple of steps down from the main terrace. A few steps further lead on to the garden and laundry/utility room. The secluded garden provides plenty of shade on hot sunny days. Arched gates at the end of the garden lead back onto the village passageway.

The house is located in the very center of town, just above a market and bakery. This picturesque location means one cannot drive directly to the house. The closest parking area is on the waterfront, a short walk down from the house.

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From the base of the old wooden staircase, pull down the suspended weights. A hatch will open up, giving access to the upper floor. From the top of the stairs you will enter what we call the “Writer’s Room”. A wood-burning stove is the visual centrepiece of this room. A partition wall separates the “Writer's Room" from the master bedroom. The furniture in this room originates from the late nineteenth century.