Apartment in Centro
Surface: 90 m2
Expenses: $U 10.000
The Salvo Palace began to be built in 1923, finishing the work in 1928.
It was made by the architect Mario Palanti, the engineer Lorenzo Gori Salvo and decorated by the painter Enrique Albertazzi.
The name of the Palace is for those who were the ideologues of the work, the Salvo brothers.
With an eclectic Art Deco style, combining Renaissance references with Gothic reminiscences and neo classic touches, its characteristic silhouette has become an emblem of the city and a reminder of the years of prosperity of the first decades of the 20th century. This emblematic building of Montevideo is the twin of another designed by the same architect, but in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Barolo Palace.
This apartment is one of the tallest in the building. Its orientation is exceptional, it has a 270 ° view. East, North and West. From the 90 m2 apartment you can see from the Sierras de las Animas to the bay of the Port of Montevideo. The apartment has 4 main rooms plus a bathroom and an entrance hall. It can be suitable for office as well as convert it for residential use. Of the property we emphasize its carpentry of excellent quality and good condition, its ironwork, the amount of windows with their shutters in good operation and their balconies. Ideal for foreigners or people who appreciate and value the architecture of the golden age of Montevideo. Titles in perfect conditions