|Price||€ 220 482 / CZK 5 490 000|
|Usable area||400 m2|
|Foot print||160 m2|
|Garden||2 070 m2|
|Plot||2 230 m2|
|Building Energy Rating||G|
This unique burgher house from 1804, after a complete and sensitive reconstruction, stands on the edge of a historic town surrounded by the beautiful landscape of the Lusatian Mountains PLA.
On the entrance garden level, there is a large living room, a separate kitchen, 4 smaller rooms - 1 with access to the terrace, a bathroom, a toilet, and 2 corridors. On the 1st floor, there are 2 spacious bedrooms, a 40-meter maisonette studio, a bathroom, a closet, and a hallway. The attic consists of a 2nd level studio and a separate room. In the basement, there is a double garage and stone cellar with a vaulted ceiling; there is also a water well for groundwater drainage.
The complete reconstruction (finished in 2017) was carried out under the supervision of conservationists. Wherever possible, the original building elements were preserved, including a rare glass chimney with devils on top, who, according to legend, protect the house. The building is insulated, heated by a gas combined boiler with a preparation for a fireplace insert with an exchanger. The new wooden windows include hand-forged bars; ceilings are antique wooden, hand-painted. The floors are original plank and stone, with tiles and floating floors in some rooms. The solid wood kitchen has built-in AEG appliances. The property is connected to the municipal water supply, sewerage, gas, and electricity. The house is surrounded by a fenced garden with mature trees. Cobblestones in the yard form a sun-shaped mosaic. The historical water well can be connected to the house.
The town of Kamenický Šenov was founded by Lusatian Serbs and, in the past, it was an important glass-making center. There is still a glass school in town. Next to the house stands the town's main feature - the Baroque Church of the Birth of St. J. Baptist. A few steps away, there is a kindergarten, an elementary school, and a playground. Grocery stores, a pharmacy, a bank, a post office, several restaurants, a patisserie, a library, or a cinema are nearby. There is a bike and a hiking trail near the house, which leads to the highest peak of Šenovský Vrch Hill. The location has a good bus connection to the surrounding towns, the journey to Nový Bor takes 13 minutes, to Děčín and Česká Lípa - half an hour. Prague is about 1.5 hours away by car.
Interior 400 m2, built-up area 160 m2, garden 2,070 m2, plot 2,230 m2.