Johann Wilhelm II., Elector of the Pfalz, Duke of Jülich-Berg, Count Palatinate of Neuburg – known affectionately as ‘Jan Wellem’ in Düsseldorf – was born in Düsseldorf’s city palace in 1658.
In 1679 he inherited the Jülich-Bergisch titles of Elector of the Pfalz and Lord High Steward of the Holy Roman Empire. Thus began an illustrious period in the city of Düsseldorf’s history: the imperial residence became one of the cultural centres of Europe.
With its two Rhine-facing loggias and bay window retreat, the spacious 205 m² Penthouse offers an indescribable view of the Rhine, the beautiful Old town, the Rhine shore promenade, the Rhine park and all the way over to the TV tower and Media Harbour district.
In addition, it has a large south-facing terrace looking onto the garden. The high class, new and fully fitted out Penthouse leaves nothing to be desired.
The lower level is equipped with floor-heating.