The representative Villa Gradini is located on a southern, sloping plot of 2,509 sqm in the prestigious residential area of Troja. This timeless villa with a living area of 979.6 sqm, stunning views, and unique location will impress all of the true architecture lovers.
The villa was built in 2011 and has been modernized over the last two years. Its space and layout completely push the boundaries between interior and exterior. This free-standing building, set back from the street by a garden, stands out for its simplicity and minimalism. Generous use of glass and large terraces are giving the feeling of true connection with the surrounding green garden. A large number of natural types of materials make the purity and elegance of the interior stand out.
The whole space of the house is connected by one central staircase, which intersects all four floors and connects the individual zones of the house. The house also has an elevator.
From each floor, interior and terraces are giving a different view of the Prague panorama. The most beautiful view can be found by the pool set into a rock in the highest point of the plot.
The villa stands in a well-kept garden. The ground floor provides two guest rooms and technical facilities. The entire first floor is dedicated to the spacious living room and kitchen with dining area with direct access to the spacious terrace. The second floor has a total of four bedrooms, a spacious walk-in closet, and four bathrooms. The top floor serves as a fitness room. The house also has a garage for up to six cars.
LOCATION – Prague 7, Troja
The Troja neighborhood has an excellent reputation among locals, who view it as an oasis of calm and greenery and a place for relaxation, offering popular attractions such as the celebrated Prague zoo, botanical garden, and the St. Claire vineyard. The hilly terrain with dozens of luxury villas and estates dotted about is a characteristic component of the local genius loci. The Blanka Tunnel, opened just last year, makes this part of Prague more accessible than ever before, with the city centre no more than 10 minutes away by car, comparable to the walking time to Stromovka and Cisarsky Island. The neighborhood is also among the safest in the capital, and remains a place where neighbors still know and greet each other even today.