The apartment is accessed via a lift. Once inside, this four-bedroom apartment is filled with natural sunlight and has spectacular views over the baroque façade of the old tobacco factory and the remains of the magnificent perimeter wall of the Real Alcázar gardens. The property is very spacious, a rarity today in old buildings in the city centre, and full of structural and decorative details common to Sevillian architecture of that period. White predominates throughout, emphasizing the high ceilings and neoclassical decorative details, such as the pillars and mouldings. The painted wood doors, windows and balconies are an original feature, as is the magnificent marble fireplace in the main living area. The marble and terracotta floors throughout add to the high quality theme.
The bright living room opens onto the San Fernando street via two beautiful wrought-iron balconies. There is a magnificent fireplace around which the main sitting area is arranged, with two large modern sofas, easy chairs and a modern coffee table which sit naturally alongside antiques, more classical pieces of furniture, and reproductions of old paintings on the walls. There is a built-in bookcase and a work area with a period writing table and appropriate lighting. The adjacent dining room has a beautiful period table and a set of antique chairs. The large kitchen has a clearly defined working area and eating area. It opens to the dining room via a serving hatch. There is one double bedroom near the entrance hall, overlooking San Fernando street, and the other three bedrooms overlook the perimeter wall of the Alcázar. Amenities include air conditioning/heating and Wi-Fi internet.