Maisonette, Prague 1 – Old Town

ID: 0226
  • 255 sqm

    Property
  • 53 sqm

    Terrace
  • 3

    Beds
  • 4

    Baths
  • Upon request

    CZK

ABOUT

This spacious maisonette on the fifth and sixth floors of a fully-reconstructed Art Nouveau building provides a unique opportunity for luxury housing close to Old Town Square. A number of original elements were maintained during renovation, such as the stairways, bannisters, mosaics and the stained glass, which serve to enhance the genus loci and underline the historic atmosphere of the place.

The apartment has been completed to white walls stage, meaning that all main building work has been completed, including paintwork, and electricity, water and heating lines are in place, but that there is still plenty of room for the new owner to provide it with an individual touch.

The dominant feature of the apartment is the spacious, west-facing living room, with its staircase and gallery. The large skylights provide a magnificent panorama view of Prague and plenty of light, ensuring an atmosphere that is quite unique. There are three bedrooms, the master bedroom boasting its own balcony of 6 sqm in size, three bathrooms and space for a private wellness zone and sauna that offers direct access to the terrace.

  • 255 sqm, 3 beds
  • 53 sqm terrace
  • after renovation
  • air-condition
  • lift
  • cellar

LOCATION – Prague 1, Old Town

The area around Pařížská Street is the most sought-after and most prestigious location in the Old Town, filled as it is with the boutiques of the world’s leading designers and the very best restaurants. The Josefov district, which was built at the beginning of the 20thcentury on the site of the former Jewish quarter, is an area whose atmosphere and architecture are reminiscent of the charm of the streets of Paris. A number of buildings here, in particular the nearby synagogue, respect the Jewish tradition of the district. Vězeňská Street and Široká Street were once the main thoroughfares of the Jewish Town and to this day provide the main route through the Old Town. Some of the most popular historic monuments in the city are only a few minutes’ walk away – Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock, the Monastery of St. Agnes and Charles’ Bridge.

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