The terraces of this villa boast even more beautiful views of the Brno skyline, Špilberk Castle, the Cathedral of Sts. Peter and Paul, and Church of St. James than even the neighboring Tugendhat Villa. The location of this Functionalist villa offers absolutely exceptional views of the city center, a large park, and a green garden with a unique atmosphere reminiscent of a bygone era. The building from the 1940s with many rare original architectural features and an impressive genius loci allows for single family and multi-generational housing.
The southwest-oriented garden has no direct neighbors, although the villa is located at the most prestigious address in Brno, in a quiet residential part of Černá Pole. The location of the first residential development in Brno, where many prominent personalities used to live, is just a few minutes from the city center and its uniqueness is, therefore, not in doubt.
The villa is situated in an attractive location at the top of a western slope, adjacent to the Villa Tugendhat, which became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001. Its right side borders the garden of the listed Arnold Villa, which will be surrounded by a park within 2 years according to the city plan. The lower part of the garden is adjacent to the Villa Löw-Beer Park. The undisputed advantage of the place is the impossibility of further construction in the direct vicinity. The elevated position provides beautiful, undisturbed views and distance from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The villa consists of 4 floors and has 2 separate entrances from the street. The second entry ensures privacy for the owners of the house and used to serve as the caretaker and housekeeper's entry, which was common for the time. There is a garage for 2 cars as well as 2 outdoor spaces in front of the villa.
Among its distinctive features are undoubtedly the interesting travertine cladding near the original metal entrance door and the circular so-called "window of happiness" above the entrance, which lovers of Functionalist buildings are sure to appreciate. Furthermore, the atypical metal hipped roof with chimneys shows that fireplaces were an integral part of the home when the original owners lived there. The interior features rare preserved wooden windows with marble window sills, Venetian blinds, and original wooden parquet floors. The hall by the original marble staircase illuminated by a wall with luxfer prism glass made in the first Czech glassworks underscores its airy and luxurious interior. The villa was mentioned in the papers already in 1938, but, according to well-preserved documents, its construction was completed in 1947. Even though the main archive of the city of Brno burnt down in the 1940s, important building documents from the time when the villa was built have been preserved.
Currently, the villa is in good condition, appropriate to its age and maintenance.
Useable area of the house 596.64 m2, built-up area 470 m2, courtyard 330, garden 1,955 m2, plot 2,425 m2.
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||1 955 m2
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||Garage for 2 cars + 2 spaces on the plot
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