An imposing apartment/premises is available on the popular Vilnius Street in a building of historical architecture constructed in the middle of the 19th century and reconstructed by a famous architect and engineer Vladislovas Stipulkovskis who designed not only the four colonies of J. Montvila’s residential houses, ten buildings on M. K. Čiurlionis, Jovaras, J. Basanavičius Streets (Pohulianka Colony), 20 houses in Šnipiškės Colony but also dozens of other impressive buildings in Vilnius. The building is distinct for its decorative façade and protuberant and raised components. The first floor houses an Italian restaurant Da Antonio, which has operated since 1997. Before, it was used as the Australian Consulate in Vilnius, the European Law Department under the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Lithuania, Ms A. Bunikienė’s Fashion Salon and other entities. The premises offered for sale occupy the entire third floor of the building, the windows overview both the backyard and the busy Vilnius Street. You will be pleasantly surprised by the height of the ceiling, number of windows and two-hinged doors leading to the premises from the staircase side and in-between the rooms. Some elements of colourful plaster modelling have survived on the ceiling as well as the tile furnace. The premises are comprised of two units – 180 sq. m and 89 sq.m – and have two entries. The purpose of use of the premises is administrative.