This newly carefully renovated apartment, situated on the 3rd floor of a recently reconstructed Art Nouveau building, is located on a quiet street only a few steps from Slovanský Island and the popular Prague Embankment. Its stylish interior design was inspired by the latest trends that are sweeping across western European cities.
The apartment features a west-facing almost fifty-meter living room with a dining room and an open plan kitchen with a street view. Two east-facing bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms (one with a freestanding bathtub, large shower, and a toilet, the other with a shower and a separate toilet) look out onto the branches of a mature tree growing in a peaceful courtyard. The interior also consists of an entrance hall, a dressing room, a guest toilet, and a utility room.
The eye-catching onyx wall in the entrance hall is even more impressive in the evening, when the backlit surfaces create a unique atmosphere. Other features include Italian marble with a special stain-proof coating that is also applied to the floor and wall tiles as well as the worktop in the kitchen. It also boasts chevron oak hardwood floors, exact replicas of the original doors and windows, Miele kitchen appliances (induction hob, cooktop, oven, extractor hood, French door refrigerator, freezer, and wine fridge), Dornbracht kitchen tap, or designer bathrooms. Heating is provided by a Vaillant gas boiler.
After it was renovated, the building was returned to the elegance originally imparted to it by Antonín Souček, the architect who designed it in 1905. The current investor, who has many years of experience in many different cities in Europe and around the world, lent the interior a fresh ambience.
It is located close to many historical buildings and monuments in a neighborhood connected with Václav Havel. The Dancing House, the Mánes Exhibition Hall, or the Ss. Cyril and Methodius Cathedral, where the parachutists who assassinated R. Heydrich hid and were killed, are all nearby. There are many cozy cafes, restaurants, and shops in the area. Karlovo náměstí Square with a park, or Slovanský Island with Žofín Palace are close-by, and the National Theater is only a short walk away. A metro station, and tram and bus stops are all within short walking distance.
Interior 129 m2.
||€ 869 246 / CZK 22 470 000
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