The former billiard room has an exquisite medieval wooden baseboard, harmonizing symmetrically with Hermes pilasters amid renaissance angle irons. It has a beautiful Italian marble finishing chimney. The ceiling was made to form coffers of fine varnished wood, with hand painted flowers and arabesques.
The ceiling is built to form caisson of fine varnished woods, which are painted by hand with vegetal motifs and varied arabesques.
The original furniture, such as the billiard table, the beautiful grand central lamp and others can be seen nowadays in the second floor of the palace in the part that is preserved like a museum and in the room that was originally the bedroom of Sara Braun