Deiŕ - Artist's house. Designed and built by artist/arqueologist William Waldren in 1973, this unique house of stone, cement, wood and plaster has been a cultural, research, study-center and home since its inception. The ground floor is an apartment (can be used as commercial premises) with sitting room, bedroom, industrial kitchen, bath/shower room with wheelchair access. The first floor large terrace overlooks the village and opens through wide front doors with golden glass and hand-carved door handles based on Native American crows and masks. Inside is the black marble floored salon with white sculpted fireplace, a wall of natural rock, a fully equipped kitchen, a powder room, and a nine foot long dining table made from solid pieces of Mahogany Wood. Upstairs, on the second floor, there are two double bedrooms opening onto a small balcony, a third bedroom, a dormitory with eight bunk beds, a two shower bathroom and guest toilet and a studio flat with a small salon, bedroom, terrace and kitchenette. The third floor is an open terrace and three rooms that can be an attic flat, work rooms, studios or offices, etc. Adjoining land with lemon-grove. The location is ideal for walking to shops, restaurants and bars.