Genoveva Casanova’s luxurious refuge: 20,000 square meters, property of Cayetano Martínez de Irujo

The world of social news brings together headlines about the meeting between Genoveva Casanova (47) y Frederick of Denmark (55) walking through the streets of the capital last Tuesday. Such is the media stir that has been generated, also internationally, that the Mexican model has reportedly left Madrid to take refuge from the eccentricity of the spotlight.

Although her whereabouts are currently unknown, the former Cayetano Martínez de Irujo It has several homes, where you go when you want to disconnect from the rush that big cities dictate. For the actress, one of her greatest refuges is the Arbaizenea Palace (San Sebastián), a 19th century building, which Cayetano inherited from her mother. the duchess of Alba.

Cayetano and Genoveva separated 15 years ago, and although now it seems that they have a good relationship, the Count of Salvatierra declared in 2017 to OK Diarya year after announcing their breakup, that he lent her his luxurious house in the Basque Country so that “she doesn’t have to go begging for a summer vacation there.”

Therefore, despite the fact that their relationship ended definitively in 2016, the Mexican has enjoyed the countless facilities available in the residential complex. With more than 20,000 square meters of land, the spectacular home has several living rooms, kitchens, pantry, bedrooms, bathrooms, cellar, chapel, basement, as well as impressive gardens. Likewise, inside the palace, there is a second two-story home, which is used by the property’s staff.

The horseman’s palace also has its share of business, since part of the complex is rented to celebrate events and weddings. As indicated on the property’s website, the palace has a capacity for 1,000 guests. In addition, there are two main tents to divide the spaces.