Explore the characteristics of each apartment and choose between the classic or contemporary options, each reflecting comfort, design and exclusivity that stand for DeHAUS quality.
The exterior structure of the mansion was duplicated in the interior, so as to ensure complete temperature and acoustic comfort, whilst at the same time maintaining the charm of the palace’s classic style. In the living rooms and entrances with stone staircases there are several two-story high ceilings which add to the luxurious look of these apartments.
The master suites have walk-in dressing rooms or large expanses of wardrobes, with free-standing baths and hydro-massage showers in the bathrooms. Natural stone, dark wood floors and wardrobes predominate in the interior finishes. The kitchens are designed with full-height cupboards, built-in appliances, a wall with raised and lower cabinets and a peninsula completing the U-shape, envisaged as a breakfast, work or living area.
Large balconies and terraces are designed as an extension of the living rooms and suites, and harmoniously link the interior with the exterior gardens and surroundings. Wherever possible, the apartments have a service entrance linked to a household support room, either for laundry or for use as a multi-functional area.
The living rooms have sophisticated wood burning stoves open on either one, two or three sides. The interior is finished with a predominance of micro crystal, pale wood floors and lacquered woodwork. The kitchens are designed with full-height cupboards, built-in appliances, a wall with raised and lower kitchen cabinets and an island, envisaged as a breakfast, work or living area.