A newly emerging residential project high above the center of Prague and the Vltava River valley, on the site of former vineyards, which today resemble local farms, such as Hercovka or Vlachovka. The Kobylisy neighborhood, with its relaxed, small-town atmosphere, perfect transport links, plenty of shops, schools, and other services boasts unique views of the city and plenty of green spaces. The completion of the project is scheduled for the end of this year.
About the project
The six-story Viladům Vršní project offers a total of 17 residential units with floor areas ranging from 49 sq. m. to 121 sq. m. The uniform layout of the different types of units ensures a varied mix of occupants. There are 6 studio apartments with an area of about 50 sq. m., 1 one-bedroom apartment, 6 two-bedroom units ideal for young families, and 1 of the 4 three-bedroom apartments will also offer enough space for a larger family. There are enough parking spaces on two underground floors; most units can also purchase 1-2 additional parking spaces. The ground floor is reserved for 2 non-residential units with floor areas of 68 and 81 sq. m.
Each apartment has a terrace, balcony, loggia, or glazed winter terrace. Thanks to its location on the edge of the southern slope of Kobylisy, the upper floors offer unobstructed views of the Prague skyline. The interiors will be finished to an elegant standard, including vinyl flooring, massaranduba wood on the terraces, ceramic floor and bathroom tiles, wooden and aluminum double-glazed windows, brand-name sanitary ware, interior doors with concealed hinges, and security entrance doors. The purchase price of a unit also includes a cellar. Heating will be provided by a central gas boiler room in the building.
The Kobyliský Dvůr with a farmer's market and a socio-cultural space, the Na Stírce swimming pool and Šutka aquapark, the Karel Hacker Theater, the Salesian Theater, the Children's Ballet Prague ballet school—this is just a short list of the services that the immediate surroundings have to offer. Kobylisy also has 5 elementary schools, 2 elementary art schools, a House of Children and Youth, a Czech-Russian high school, a business academy, secondary vocational schools, the central cadastral office, a polyclinic, and independent doctors' offices. The surrounding area is full of landscaped green areas, the closest of which is the revitalized Dlážděnka Park and the Okrouhlík natural monument, as well as the large Ďáblický háj and Drahaň-Troja nature parks with many unique natural monuments. This part of Kobylisy is located only 3 stops by metro or a few minutes by tram from the city center; a public transport stop is right by the building.
||Vršní, Prague 8, Kobylisy
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