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This is what Amalita Fortabat’s mansion is like, which is being sold in Palermo for $12 million

This is what Amalita Fortabat’s mansion is like, which is being sold in Palermo for  million
This is what Amalita Fortabat’s mansion is like, which is being sold in Palermo for  million

The spectacular mansion he lived in Amalita Fortabat in Palermo Chico is for sale. It’s about ownership most expensive in the city of Buenos Aires and it is where the businesswoman lived until her death in 2012.

The penthouse is in a building located above the 2960 Libertador Avenue. It was renovated on several occasions with imported materials and were the heirs of the businesswoman who decided to sell it.

What is Amalita Fortabat’s mansion located in Palermo like?

Jorge De La Maria Prins and Jose Maria Olivera were the architects who created the Fortabat department. To enter it, you have to climb a exclusive elevator that takes you to the floor 12 and 13.

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The house is located in Palermo.

The property has a covered area of ​​1,725.87 m² and terraces that have a total of 368 m². In addition, it has imported materials, among which stands out the marble that was used in stairs and floors.

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Imported marble was used on floors and stairs.

Imported marble was used on floors and stairs.

As for the luxuries that the penthouse has, there are: 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, swimming pool, changing rooms, 24-hour security and a garage with space for 10 cars. The house is valued at US$12 million.

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The penthouse has a swimming pool on the terrace.

The penthouse has a swimming pool on the terrace.

Who was Amalita Fortabat?

Amalia Lacroze was born on August 15, 1921 in Buenos Aires and in her youth she became a fashion icon. She was married twice, once to the lawyer Hernan de Lafuentewith whom he had a daughter, and another in 1955 when he married Alfredo Fortabat, founder of Loma Negra and other companies.

When her husband passed away in 1976, Amalita assumed the lead role in the family business. In this way, she became the most important businesswoman in Argentina, generating a fortune of around US$1.8 billion. Fortabat died on February 18, 2012.

Source: Ambito

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