The mansion is divided into two separate wings, occupied by different branches of the Braganza family. The descendants of Antonio Elzario Sant’Anna Pereira occupy the east wing, while the Menezes Braganzas live in the west wing.
A long and elegantly furnished hallway lies just behind the double-storey Portuguese-style façade of the house. It is lined with 28 bay windows and overlooks a well-maintained garden.
In the east wing, a rosewood dining table, meant to be an exact replica of the one at Buckingham Palace, fills the first floor dining hall of this sprawling mansion.
The Braganza Pereira’s private Baroque-style chapel in the east wing has a number of treasures ...