Stone Walls And Elegant Features In A Duplex From A Historic Panama Building

Located in Panama City, this two-bedroom duplex apartment is currently on the market and the asking price is $410,400. You can find the apartment on the third and fourth floors of a historic building in Casco Viejo. The interior has some great features that show the age of the apartment, such as the exposed stone walls in the living room that date to the 17th century.

The building was converted into an 8-unit apartment structure in 2011 and it’s when this apartment was also renovated. The loft-style space features a series of stunning modern features. It has central air conditioning, a built-in sound system and remote control sun shades on the skylights.

The stone walls are complemented by Italic ceramic tiles on the floor with a texture designed to resemble wood grain in order to make the space feel warm and inviting.

The living room has French doors that open onto a balcony with views to the street. The kitchen is part of an open plan and the concrete island separates it from the living area. The bedroom is situated on the mezzanine level. It has an en-suite bathroom and a walk-in closet. There’s also a second bedroom.

The apartment benefits from a great location, close to clubs, restaurants and shops. There’s even a coffee shop and a restaurant on the ground floor of the building.{found on nytimes}.

Published by in Apartments, on September 27th, 2013


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