This one-bedroom apartment in Punda transports you back in time to 1693 with the comforts of 2018. It is located in the oldest dated building in historical Willemstad. The main building was built in the 17th century, while the typical wooden balcony dates back to the 18th century.
The apartment is located above the Post Museum and occupies the front of the second floor and the attic floor with the year on the facade. The apartment is packed with historical features, like the original blue porcelain tile patch attached to the IJsselsteen brick internal wall.
After ascending an internal stairway the apartment opens up into a spacious living room, with a small functional balcony overlooking the tiny patio. The room is connected on one side to the charming full width balcony with enough space for a little seating area and a hammock. On the other side is the separate kitchen with space for a washing machine, a breakfast corner and large refrigerator.
The bedroom and bathroom are located on the attic level. The high vaulted ceilings make it feel even larger than it is. To one side there is enough space for a king size bed, while on the other side there is space for a closet area or even some additional seating.