A fully furnished villa featuring a day spa is situated right in the heart of the diplomatic villa quarter of Prague 6, Bubeneč. This municipal district boasts residential villas built by leading Czech architects from the time of the First Republic. You can find villas by architects Jan Koula, Vojtěch Sucharda and Bohuslav Mašek here. In the vicinity there are several parks and nature reserves suitable for walks and leisure time activities including, for example, the Stromovka Royal Game Reserve, Císařský ostrov ( Imperial Island ) and Divoká Šárka.
The 934 sqm villa was built in 1924, and it underwent complete redevelopment to acquire the present form in 2010. Today, it offers housing and a well-kept garden (1400 sqm) full of ornamental woody plants and a terrace, which interconnects the garden with the social section of the house. In terms of layout, the villa is divided into three storeys interconnected by a modern glass lift, and it has a total of 15 rooms furnished with high-quality Italian and Spanish furniture. The floor is resplendent with ornamental parquet, and the ceilings are embellished with decorative stucco. The impressive living room with a fireplace and bookcase are indisputably the dominant feature of the building. The fully furnished and equipped kitchen is interconnected with a stylish dining room. The residential section comprises seven bedrooms, three of which have a bathroom and changing room. The luxurious day spa with a swimming pool, whirlpool bath, sauna, steam bath, gym and fitness room is on the ground floor of the villa. The building also includes a fully equipped security room with non-stop security guarding. Two spacious garages and an outdoor area for the parking of a further three cars belong to the villa.