Ref. VMC1167 - Palace established by Prince Arfa Mirza Riza Khan in 1910. Formerly known as Villa Danichgah. Built in the oriental palace style. In the past, this dwelling housed the Gallery of Peace and the Museum of Persian Art.
Abundance of architectural and ornamental details: marble mosaics, frescoes and low reliefs, pinnacles, cupolas, arabesques. Historically characterized and architecturally unique. This is one of the principalities ten most beautiful dwellings. The property’s interior consists of nine rooms with hallways, integrated closets, smoking room, boudoir, a service accommodation with room, bathroom and kitchenette. The floors connect via a long staircase which extends up to the last floor.The rooftop terrace has a circular piece mounted on a dome and 2 towers.The garden of 72 m² includes a fountain and numerous marble sculptures.
Total surface area of about 710 m² of which 548 m²is living space and 162 m² are terraces and roof.
- Rooms 9 rooms
- Surface 548 m²
- Total area 710 m²
- Condition Excellent condition
- Orientation South
- View City
- Availability Free
- 1 Terrace 162 sq m