This particular construction is an award-winning Patrimonio Histórico (Historical Heritage) building. It was built by architect Alejandro Bustillo in 1926. The building is located in Buenos Aires. Inside you can find the apartment we’re going to discuss in this article. It’s a 397 sq mt (4273 sq ft) apartment overlooking Plaza Rodríguez Peña.
The apartment features French silk and brocade covered walls, large glass windows and oak floors from Slovenia. The apartment beautifully preserved the original décor as if it were locked in a time capsule. The living and dining rooms have cizy fireplaces and old crystal chandeliers while the master suite also includes a marble bathroom and a large dressing room.
The apartment includes two more bedrooms with recently remodeled bathrooms. There’s also a service sector that consists in a newly renovated kitchen featuring a breakfast bar, a butler’s pantry/scullery, a laundry room, a drying room and a stairway that leads to the service apartment that could be tuned into a family room or guest room.
In addition, there’s also a private storage room and a wine cellar. The apartment is designed around a central space that overlooks the large internal patio situated on the ground floor. The building only has five floors, thus five amazing apartments, each featuring similar interior designs. This particular apartment is currently for sale but the price is available only on request.