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Historic property

Usable area 1 520 m2, plot 659 m2

Prague 1, Malá Strana, Letenská

Unique historic building originally from the first half of the 17th century offering exceptional representative premises with interesting investment potential and variable options of use in an area of over 1 500 m2. Between 1994-1995 and 2013-2014, this remarkable town house was carefully restored to its original condition with sensitive blending of some modern elements. The building is located directly on a busy tourist route between Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, on the corner of Letenská and U Letenského semináře streets.

The house has a square layout with an enclosed system of courtyard balconies and features 4 floors including the attic and basement. On the ground floor you can find commercial premises and a bistro, meanwhile the first floor and the attic consist of offices with high variability of division / joining.
The Renaissance style building boasts, for example, a tile fireplace on the first floor; the greatest masterpiece, however, are the wooden ceiling beams painted with patterns from the late Baroque period. The modern elements are installed mainly in the courtyard – a glass elevator, the courtyard balcony system and a steel structure staircase.

The name of the house U Zlaté lodě (“The Golden Ship”) is tied to its position on the left bank of the Vltava River, where it was once near the berth of merchant ships. Thanks to that, for many years the building served mainly as an inn for sailors, merchants, but also various adventurers, such as the most famous Czech bandit Vaclav Babinský. In the 20th century frequent visitors included the famous painter Max Švabinský and the General Radola Gajda.

The lucrative location of this busy and highly visible place makes the house exceptionally attractive regarding a business perspective. The whole building is currently rented with a 5% return. For further information please contact our office. A tram stop is situated directly in front of the house, while the Malostranská metro station is a short walk away. Up to 5 parking spaces in the courtyard.

Interior 1 520 m2, plot 659 m2.

Purchase price sold
Usable area 1 520 m2
Plot 659 m2
Parking Yes
Building Energy Rating G
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The data presented in this listing is purely informative in nature and does not constitute an offer in the sense of § 1731 or § 1732 of the Civil Code, nor is it a public promise pursuant to § 1733 of the Civil Code. The offer also does not give rise to anyone’s entitlement to a contract. SVOBODA & WILLIAMS s.r.o. only mediates the information gained in good faith from the owner of the property and therefore bears no responsibility for its accuracy or completeness, nor is it authorized to conclude any type of sales contract pertaining to the property on behalf of the owner.