This splendid three-story villa from 1924 boasts the unique style of Rondocubism, a form of Cubist architecture that blossomed in post WWI Czechoslovakia.
The villa, set in the prestigious diplomatic quarter of Prague, features a sensitively & meticulously restored interior, contemporary period furnishings and more. The ground floor consists of two living rooms, a separate kitchen, a winter garden with access to a terrace, powder rooms, a handsome foyer with a grand staircase, and walk-in closets. The first floor features 4 large bedrooms, a bathroom, and a walk-in closet. In the attic, there is a newly built modern duplex apartment with a living room and a kitchen area, 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, and a studio on the top floor. There is also a separate living space in the villa's basement, which includes a separate entrance from the garden, 4 bedrooms, a living room with a French window opening to the garden, a kitchen, 2 bathrooms, a utility room and cellar storage.
The main part of the villa has been completely restored according to the architect's original vision. The villa boasts wooden floors, wooden paneling, decorative floor tiles (in the winter garden) and much more. The new attic apartment has air-conditioning and skylights. Heating for the entire house is provided by a gas boiler. The property, furthermore, has an underground garage for 4 cars and another 5 parking spaces on the plot.
Great opportunity to live in a sought after residential area that is home to many embassies and is close to Prague's largest green space, Stromovka Park. All civic amenities can be found in the immediate vicinity including private and state-owned kindergarten and elementary schools, as well as restaurants, cafes and grocery stores. Both a metro station and tram stop are within comfortable walking distance, making the center of Prague easily accessible (by car as well).
Built-up area: 291 sq. m.; Garden 709 sq. m.; Plot 1000 sq. m.; Basement: 201 sq. m.; Ground floor 188 sq. m.; 1st floor 125 sq. m.; Attic 140 sq. m.