This building, another notable work by the architect I. Chronis which stands on the Spianada, was the residence of one of the wealthiest merchants of Corfu in the 19th century. It was built about 1850 on a site created by the unification of six smaller plots. Its facade, though much later in date than that of the Kapodistrias mansion is of a Renaissance rather than Classical character, and has an imposing main doorway that is combined with the balcony on the first floor