The house of Zafra in Granada, is undoubtedly one of the best preserved Spanish-Muslim houses of the fourteenth century of its time. Its organized is the typical manner of the Nasrid noble homes. The entrance is through a hallway in a corner, the interior is barely visible from the street in order to preserve domestic privacy. The access door is a pointed brick arch. The patio is rectangular and in its center there is an elongated pool with a white marble fountain at one end. As customary, the patio is the center of family activity.