This lovely apartment benefits from an abundance of natural light and offers views of the majestic National Museum that overlooks bustling Wenceslas Square, a venue of utmost importance for Czech nationals.
The second floor apartment features three interconnected rooms - a spacious living room with a balcony and a dressing room, a bedroom, and a dining room with a kitchen and a bay window. The airy space provides unobstructed views from all rooms of the distinctive dome of the National Museum. A second bedroom is oriented towards the courtyard and is accessible through the bathroom (w/ bath, bidet, toilet). There is also a large entrance hall and a separate WC.
Interior details of the reconstructed apartment include original architectural features (i.e. double-wing coffered doors with paneling & refurbished triple-glazed casement windows), high ceilings, parquet flooring, and more. Furthermore, the flat has blinds, night lights built into the hallway floor, a security entrance door, and an alarm system. There is a possibility to rent a parking space in an underground garage located approx. 450 meters away. The building is renovated, with an elevator and elegant common areas. Right by the building is the landscaped Čelakovského Orchards, a pretty place to sit and reflect.
The urban neighborhood, located on the site of the former city walls built under the reign of Charles IV between New Town and Vinohrady, is increasingly sought after for its variety of culture, nightlife, restaurants and shopping. Public transportation is just a few steps from the apartment building (Line A and Line C metro lines) as is the Main Railway Station, where you can hop on a train and catch your next adventure.
Interior: 191.3 sq. m.(incl. bay window 4.5 sq.m.), balcony: 3.8 sq. m.