Czech Republic Sotheby’s Int. Realty offers for sale a historic villa in Barrandov built in 1940 by architect Vladimír Grégr for Mr. and Mrs. Wolf, after whom it also bears the name of Villa Wolf. The villa has a spaciously designed interior space with beautiful views into the fully grown garden, on the Vltava valley or across onto Braník
The ground floor of the villa has an entrance hall, a separate kitchen with a service room and storage, and a large open living room with an area of over 70 sqm with space for a dining table. The living area is dominated by a number of windows and glass double door on the south-east wall, thanks to which the space is very bright and you can go directly to the terrace with outdoor seating, pergola and stairs to the garden. There is also a day toilet and laundry room on this floor.
The first floor of the villa serves as the master bedroom. There is a spacious living room with a library and study, two dressing rooms, the bedroom itself and a private bathroom. From the bedroom and living room there is access to a spacious balcony with an area of 18 sqm..
On the attic floor of the villa there are two bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and access to the balcony.
In the basement of the villa is a guest room with private bathroom, utility room and 5 rooms, currently used as storage space, but with the possibility of use according to individual needs. It would be possible to build, for example, a home fitness room, a projection room or a sauna. Thanks to the sloping plot around the villa, the rooms in the basement have windows that let in natural light.
The villa was renovated in 2013, which included a complete replacement of the technical facilities of the house, new windows, new bathrooms, a new roof or an attic. The house also includes a garage for one car directly on the plot and two garage spaces on the adjacent plot. The villa is currently rented for a long term.