A courtyard palace dating back to the 16th century, renovated, located in Martina Franca, on vico II Vittorio Emanuele, overlooking Piazza Roma and Palazzo Ducale, on three levels. From the entrance door, you reach the courtyard, from which you can appreciate the elegant prospectus of the building, and you enter a room, divided into 4 communicating rooms, once a shelter for horses and carriages, currently used as a tavern, composed of a large room with arches, where it is possible to admire the ancient mangers left as decorative elements and the vaults in exposed stone, and by two rooms, one of which overlooks the atrium; adjacent, with the possibility of connection with the part described above, there is another room, having an independent entrance, with fireplace and vaulted ceilings, to be restored. From the courtyard, via a stone staircase, you reach the balcony on the first floor and the small terrace overlooking Piazza Roma. From here you enter the house composed of entrance-living room, living room, study with exit to balcony, kitchen with adjoining laundry room with Roman balcony, bathroom and closet; from the entrance area-living room is reached by a stone staircase, the overlying sleeping area, composed of a living room with balcony, hallway, two bedrooms and a bathroom. All the rooms are embellished with "star", "cross" and "barrel" vaults, some of which with exposed stone. From the second floor, via an internal staircase, you reach the overlooking panoramic terrace, equipped with water connection and perimeter lighting, from which you can enjoy a boundless panoramic view of the Valle D 'Itria and the Baroque historical center. Floor heating and hot / cold heat pumps. Underground tank used for water reserve. Alarm system and video surveillance. Autonomous connection to the city gas and aqueduct. Completely and carefully restored between 2010 and 2012 with high quality finishes, chianche and Trani stone flooring on the ground floor, cement and parquet flooring on the upper floors, wooden window frames designed and built in keeping with the structure. historians: Belonged to a noble family close to the Caracciolos, in particular to the Duke Petracone V Caracciolo, who built the Palazzo Ducale; during the execution of the works, he moved to Martina Franca and was hosted in a dwelling of this family, where he lived for many years.