This almost hundred-meter-long apartment with a southeast-facing loggia is located on the 6th floor of the Functionalist Žáček Palace apartment building located in the refined district of Vinohrady, near Jiřího z Poděbrady Square.
The classic period layout offers 1 walk-through room and 2 non-through rooms, a kitchen, a bathroom, a separate toilet, a closet, and an entrance hall. One room has a bay window with access to a sunny loggia.
The interior is intended for complete reconstruction. The windows are new wooden casement; floors are original parquet, and the castiron radiators have also been preserved. Žáček Palace, built according to the designs of the Petráš brothers in 1932, is maintained and is undergoing continuous repairs; it has a new elevator. The central gas boiler provides heating. The apartment comes with a cellar.
The corner building is part of a place with many cafes, restaurants, and shops, as well as an excellent connection to the city center by metro or tram. A few steps from the building is the Atrium Flora shopping center, kindergartens, and elementary schools, and a short walk from Náměstí Jiřího z Poděbrad with a park, where regular farmers' markets are held.