This elegant villa in the prestigious Prague quarter of Bubeneč was built in the 1920s by an important Czech architect and engineer. Over the years, it has been the home of several ministers.
Boasting a generously apportioned 946.04 sq. m. interior and surrounded by a 2,208 sq. m. garden, the villa includes a bay window, several terraces, and a garage. The ground floor consists of a handsome wood-paneled reception hall, a kitchen, 2 closets, 2 guest toilets, a dining room, a salon, and a cloakroom. There are 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 3 dressing rooms on the first floor. An extra 6 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms are on the second floor, and there is a gym on the topmost floor. A self-contained caretaker's apartment and utility rooms are in the basement.
The villa has undergone a reconstruction, which preserved many of its exterior and interior original architectural elements and artworks, including the historic statues located in the garden, where there is also an antique gazebo.
Usable area 946.04 sq. m., terraces 34.5 sq. m., garage 43.33 sq. m., built-up area 661 sq. m., garden 2,208 sq. m., plot 2,869 sq. m.