Located on a quiet street almost on the edge of Prague, this three-floor family house has a practically designed interior and two terraces. The quiet almost suburban neighborhood is the site of an important battle, the memorial to which is within walking distance.
Originally built in the 1930s, the house has been reconstructed and modernized with the help of an architect. The result is a truly comfortable and wonderfully apportioned home. The front door has a covered entrance, beyond which is the smartly configured living space with a dining area and kitchen with a high breakfast bar and access to a terrace. The first floor consists of two bedrooms, a study with a balcony, a bathroom with a double sink, and a guest toilet. On the highest second floor is the master bedroom with a cleverly designed en suite dressing room and bathroom. In addition, there is a wine cellar, a sauna, a bathroom, and a laundry room in the basement.
The villa comes equipped with a central vacuum cleaner, its own condensing gas boiler, a fireplace in the living room, windows with interior blinds, a wooden staircase, a laundry chute, an induction hob and brand name appliances in the kitchen, and a security system. The house also has a double garage accessible from the street and an irrigated garden with large spruces and fruit trees.
Useable area: 266 sq. m., terrace 20.9 sq. m., 12.6 sq. m., built-up area: 110 sq. m., garden: 415 sq. m., plot: 525 sq. m.