This was the residence of Grand Master Perellos and was built in the 18th century. The location was chosen so that the Grand Master could watch the end of the procession during St. Gregory’s feast, which procession used to pass in front of the house. The procession used to set off from the Cathedral in Mdina and the confraternities of all the parishes used to take part.
The building is Baroque in style, with the most beautiful architectural decorations, amongst which is a stone balcony resting on four corbels. On two of them, one can see an eight-pointed cross, whilst a pear graces the other two. This same symbol of the pear can be found on the columns on each side of the façade. The pear is found in the coat-of-arms of the Perellos family. High up on the façade there is also a niche with a statue of the Madonna of the Rosary. The complete coat-of-arms of Grand Master Perellos can be found on a fountain in the garden of this house.
Grand Master Perellos had strong links to Żejtun, so much so that one of the first galleys that the Order had built was named Santa Caterina, the patron saint of Żejtun.