The heritage railway building from the late 19th century was originally used for filling steam locomotives with water, and later went through several transformations. The building is currently being sensitively reconstructed and the developer is taking great care to refurbish its authentic craftsmanship details while adding high quality materials and facilities. “This work will lend the Vodárna Residence a unique character,” says Eva Grusová, Senior Property Consultant at Svoboda & Williams. “One of the apartments we offer features preserved parts of the original tanks, which give the interior a special industrial ambience,” she adds.
The boutique residential project will offer a total of 16 variable residential units (studios to two-bedrooms, from 37 sq. m. to 74 sq. m.). Two are duplexes, and the apartments on the lowest floors come with front gardens. Residents will have access to a pram room, each apartment has its own cellar storage unit. “The apartments are being sold finished but unfurnished. If clients desire, custom-made furniture can be added upon agreement,” specifies Grusová.
The Vodárna Residence is located close to a local transportation hub—the Vršovice Railway Station—right next to the new underpass connecting Vršovice to Nusle. The future D line will increase the area’s ease of accessibility. A new bike path will pass close to the building. Full of green spaces, with Grébovka Park only a short walk away, the location is full of stylish cafes, restaurants, and necessary urban amenities. It’s also dynamic and has a bright future. “Vodárna Residence thus offers pleasant living, an original atmosphere, and a high investment potential,” concludes Eva Grusová.