People here love an interior design where the old man mixes with the new, where a modern and urban expression is complemented by remarkable pieces. This apartment is a good example of this. The property has already served to house an old railway station and to the headquarters of a farm in 1880. It has now been converted into nine apartments in the city center. Loaded with cultural and historical value, it is now a beautiful place that some lucky one will be able to call home. The façade of the building has been beautifully renovated and, inside, elements such as concrete floors, arched windows, exposed beams and brick walls are a testament to the place's past. The contemporary look is enhanced by high quality materials and finishes, such as the built-in cabinets and the silestone of the kitchen countertop. The project is talented Emma Fischer and has a warm and relaxed atmosphere.