This plot of land lying in a quiet part of Troja, not far from Troja Palace and the zoo, was created by combining three smaller land plots, where the three original buildings in poor structural condition are currently standing. All of the land plots are now the property of one owner.
Plans for building a new, modern family home located in the south of the land plot, nestling discretely in a wealth of greenery. The ground floor of this house is sunken into the terrain with an indoor swimming pool. The first floor is mainly above the level of the terrain and the second floor comprises a separate penthouse in the southwest part of the house. On the façade white areas of smooth plaster alternate with frameless, large-format windows and wooden terraces. The roofs are flat, partially overgrown with vegetation. Planned planting of greenery on the land is intended to create a bond between the house and nature.
LOCATION – Prague 7, Troja
Located along the bank of the Vltava river, Troja is an exceptional district – a quiet and green residential area shielded from the rush of the city, but still very close to the city centre. That is why Troja is one of the most attractive Prague districts, bustling with energy and vitality. In the immediate vicinity there is Troja Chateau, the celebrated Prague zoo, the botanical garden, the river bank paths leading to the surrounding countryside, and Stromovka Park which is only a few minutes’ walk. Troja is also famous for its vineyards that offer lovely views of Prague Castle. It is an ideal place for anyone who wishes to enjoy the quiet of rural life without having to sacrifice the convenience and vicinity of a European capital. Thanks to the new Blanka tunnel and the Trojský Most bridge, the city centre is only a ten minutes’ drive away.