|Total area||98 m2|
|Building Energy Rating||G|
This attic almost one hundred-meter east-facing apartment is located on the 4th floor of a building, which is an important example of the Rondocubist style. Designed by Bohumír Kozák, it was built in 1922 in an attractive part of New Town near Wenceslas Square.
The layout consists of a living room connected with a kitchen and dining room, a master bedroom with a walk-in dressing room, a second bedroom with a dressing room, a bathroom, a guest toilet, and a utility room.
The apartment was reconstructed in 2013. The facilities include dormer windows with textile blinds, solid teak wood floors, built-in furniture, or a fully equipped stylish kitchen. Heating is by heating panels. Residents can use a common terrace. There is the possibility of renting a parking space near the building. The building has also been reconstructed, and has an elevator and camera system, an electronic entrance, and valuable artisanal elements are preserved in the common areas: coffered doors, windows, glass sanded and pressed panels, ornamental stucco on the walls and ceiling, stone wall cladding, a staircase, mosaic and terrazzo tiles, marble window sills on the staircases, railings, an elevator, skylight protection grilles, and light fixtures. The facade is decorated with a sculpture by Ladislav Kofránek.
The one-way street leads to Vrchlického Sady Garden and the Main Railway Station; there are many restaurants, cafes, and shops at your fingertips, as well as cultural and educational institutions and other services. The location is perfectly accessible thanks to the nearby stations of all metro lines and tram stops.
Usable area 98 m2.
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