|Usable area||140 m2|
|Foot print||362 m2|
|Plot||1 196 m2|
|Parking||Free standing garage|
|Building Energy Rating||G|
This 1930s family villa with preserved original architectural features, a stylish interior, and a large east-facing garden is located in a quiet village near the Berounka River in the beautiful landscape of the Křivoklát Hills.
On the ground floor, there is a living room with a dining room, a separate kitchen, 1 bedroom, a hallway, a separate toilet, and a storage room. In the attic is another bedroom, a walk-through room/bedroom, a bathroom, and a gallery. The basement consist of a laundry room and a cellar.
This well-insulated house was built in 1929 according to the designs of the renowned builder from Křivoklát Maxmilian Šnobl, who is the author of an identical house in the neighborhood as well as the local primary school. The windows are wooden with external blinds, doors are original hardwood, there is parquet and plank flooring. The purchase price includes all the original restored furniture shown. Electric heating and hot water. The property has its own cleaned well, and a septic tank connected to the municipal sewer. There is a garage (entered from the street), a garden house, and farm buildings suitable as a workshop.
A few steps from the house is a kindergarten and primary school, and there is a supermarket or a playground nearby. In the village, there is a restaurant, a pub, and a general practitioner's office. The surrounding countryside offers beautiful views and perfect places for a walk or a bike trip in every season. A hiking trail leads directly from the village to the popular destination of the Křivoklát Castle. Boating is also popular in the area, and there are boat rentals, camps by the water, and a training slalom course. There are bus (a stop is near the house) or train (station about a 15-minute walk) connections to the neighboring towns. It takes about 40 minutes to reach Prague by car.
Interior 140 m2, built-up area 362 m2, garden 834 m2, plot 1,196 m2.