17th c.
This is the same type of building as the Ricci mansion, with a portico and a balcony on the upper storey. There are a large number of building phases as early as the Venetian period. The main structure is the result of unifying two other buildings, to which the portico was then added in the 17th century. In the 19th century the structure was increased in both height and width to designs by the architect I. Chronis. It originally belonged to the Quartano family. In the 19th century it was occupied by the famous water- colourist Angelos Yiallinas.