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Palma's €10 million apartment

Palau Can Puig

palau can puig interior

Just imagine if you were really, really rich and could quite literally afford anything that your heart desired.To help you with your list of things to buy, here's a beautiful apartment in Palma which has been hitting the headlines as it is claimed to be the city's most expensive flat. Up for sale at a cool €9.85 million, purchase tax will take it to well above the €10 million mark!

The apartment is the largest of all the dwellings in a magnificent building on Palma's Golden Mile, the Paseo del Borne overlooking the 'turtles' fountain at the Jaime III end of the Plaza. The Palau Can Puig is an elegant palace dating back to the 15th century, a time when the Borne was a waterway, and occupied by Palma's noble families for some 600 years.

Currently being restored, the Palace will house five exclusive residences, each one unique with ample terracing, parking, plenty of space and a mix of classic and contemporary interiors. The biggest and most expensive covers the entire 930 square metres of the 'planta noble' of the building and has 3 palatial reception rooms, each 7 metres high, and decorated with friezes.

The terrace overlooking the Borne is over 100 square metres and a glassed in patio area covers 94 square metres. Purchasers have the option of incorporating such as a spa area, bodega, secure room and so on into the plans to finish the apartment to their personal specification.

With luxurious finishes and high spec technology included in the price and the added fillip that Mallorca's finest interior design shop and company Rialto Living are in charge of the interiors, purchasers are guaranteed something just a little out of the ordinary for their millions of Euros. For me the deal clincher would be the domotic lighting and music system – Alexa, turn the big light off and play some Miles Davis – essential for every 21st century smart home.

The promoters say that around 40% of those interested in purchasing it are Spanish with the rest coming from Britain, Germany and Scandinavia. Have a look if you're interested on the Palau Can Puig website and let us know if you buy it!