The house, of eclectic noble design, has a neoclassic basis along with Italian barroc elements incorporated. It has a constructed surface area of 1800m2 distributed on 4 floors. On the entrance floor we have the main entrance hall which in all its splendour gives access to the Dining room with places set for 30 guests, the Library and the two Lounges. The ceilings with a height of 4 metres and proffusely decorated along with the walls give the privaleged visitor the feeling of experiencing something truly special, complemented perfectly by the Elm floors in the dining room and the Ebony and Oak flooring in the Lounge.The main staircase with wide excuisite Walnut bannisters and hand rails, decorated glass skylight and french themed wall art accompanies us upstairs to the next two floors. There are 8 very ample bedrooms with their corresponding en suites, the main bedrrom with its own dressing room and lounge. On these floors there are two lounge areas and a billiard and games room. We also find a second staircase of generous dimensions leading to all floors which also takes us to the sotano with the laundry room, Ironing room and wardrobes leading on to the apartment for the Palace employees with a lounge two bedrooms and bathroom.