|Total price||€ 357 428 / CZK 8 950 000|
|Price / m2||€ 280.6 per m2 / CZK 7 025 per m2|
|Total area||1 274 m2|
This corner plot with a building permit issued for a semi-detached house is situated in the dynamically developing village of Vysoký Újezd, known especially among golf lovers. Thanks to its expanding range of services, good access to Prague, and the proximity of deep forests, the location is ideal for quiet family living.
The flat 1,274 sq. m. plot has all utilities (electricity, water, sewerage, and gas). A new driveway with an illuminated pavement leads to the property. The design created by architect František Sulzer envisages a semi-detached house with a gable roof, whose two separate halves will have the same 4-bedroom layout spread out over 2 floors.
The future house will be built at the end of a completely quiet and calm street leading to the center of the village. There is a kindergarten and elementary school, a post office, a municipal office, a grocery store, and a bus stop within walking distance. The village's dominant feature is a golf resort with an 18-hole course, a training center, and a restaurant. The village lies between two protected landscape areas: the Bohemian Karst and Křivoklátsko, and so the area offers a wide range of opportunities for hiking and cycling. Thanks to its easy access to the D5 highway, the village is easily accessible by car. The drive from the outskirts of Prague takes about ten minutes.
Total area 1,274 m2.