13. July 2018
Šárecký Dvůr Residential Project Receives Final Approval
The unique Šárecký dvůr residential park, located in the Prague neighborhood of Vokovice, just a few minutes away from the Divoká Šárka nature reserve, has received final approval. A total of 51 upscale apartments will be move-in ready next month. The units are sold exclusively by Svoboda & Williams.
The Šárecký dvůr residential park, developed by the CRESTYL group, is located in the old part of Prague’s exclusive Vokovice neighborhood, which has a peaceful atmosphere evoking the countryside. Located in the vicinity of Evropská Street, the Nádraží Veleslavín metro station, and several tram stops, the project boasts easy access to the city center as well as the airport. The buildings, designed by Bogle Architects, artfully combine the original architecture of the historic court with 21st century design. The highlight of the park is a carefully reconstructed Baroque building whose courtyard is ringed by five new villas.
Ranging in size from one-bedroom to four-bedroom, from 66 sq. m. to 233 sq. m., the apartments have stylish interiors designed by Chmelař Architects and are complete with balconies, terraces, and beautiful private gardens. The project also features magnificent apartments, which cover up to three floors and have original vaulted Baroque ceilings and columns, as well as generously conceived penthouses. The price of each apartment includes 1 to 3 garage parking spaces and a cellar unit. The reception, camera system, and the preserved Baroque wall that surrounds the complex ensures residents’ security and privacy.
"The overarching statement is a balance of the ‘old and new’ where the original buildings are reinvigorated and sit harmoniously beside the modern interventions. Bold, contemporary modern architecture is the backdrop for the landscape design, created by Šmídová Landscape Architects. The colorful landscaping acts as the glue that ties the scheme together achieving a harmony between the historic and modern elements while taking references from the nearby Džbán water reservoir. Technology plays its part in the overall design of the project creating a 21st century contemporary scheme in this discrete, historical context,” says Ian Bogle from Bogle Architects.
A soirée to celebrate the project’s opening was recently held in Šárecký dvůr. It was followed by an open house. Those who came to either event had the opportunity to explore the courtyard and park, including a show flat that was furnished in collaboration with Atelier Manuall and the Soffa magazine.