This elegantly restored Art Deco villa from 1912, originally built as the residence of a wealthy factory owner, is located in an exclusive residential neighborhood. A garage and elevator have been added for the comfort the residents.
Currently divided into 4 luxury apartments, the villa has an elevator that stops at all floors, making the units completely wheelchair accessible. Most have their own balcony, and all have multiple bedrooms and two bathrooms. They have been upgraded to conform to the highest modern living standards, and come with a Siemens intelligent home control system, a combination boiler, air conditioning, and underfloor heating. The interiors were meticulously restored and now feature vintage casement windows, wooden doors and floors, ceramic tiles in the kitchens and bathrooms, and high-end sanitary ware and kitchen appliances. Each apartment also comes with two parking spaces and a cellar storage unit. Residents can also enjoy the garden with a gazebo.
The villa is nestled between two parks, in a quiet and green residential area with many stately houses. It stands on the corner of a dead end street that sees minimal traffic—a peaceful place that is surprisingly close to one of Prague's main shopping and entertainment districts.
Interior: 664 sq. m., built-up area: 351 sq. m., garden: 565 sq. m., plot: 916 sq. m.