This unique three-story Baroque villa with a rich history is located in the charming Lesser Town quarter of Prague, close to the river, several islands with delightful parks, embassies, restaurants, and cafes.
The villa was built in 1602 by the renowned Baroque architect Christoph Dientzenhofer, originally intended as a private residence. It underwent several modifications before settling on its current appearance, the result of a careful renovation in 2018 that preserved its historic elements.
Surrounded by a 513 sq. m. walled garden with trees that provides privacy, it has a stately cobblestoned entrance with double wooden doors. It can also be entered through the garden. The ground floor has a large hall, a living room, a fully fitted kitchen, a dining room, a bedroom, a bathroom, a closet, and a large terrace. The first floor features two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and an upstairs terrace. The topmost second floor offers a bedroom with exposed beams, a bathroom, and a closet. There is also a cellar with brick walls dedicated to storing wine, and an additional bathroom.
It boasts solid oak floors, French doors, designer light fixtures, marble tiles in the bathrooms, Gaggenau appliances and a granite countertop in the kitchen, and space for 3-4 to park on the property.