Old Town Court represents a new concept for luxury living in the heart of the city. Its essence is the transformation of a historical jewel in Prague’s most prominent neighbourhood into 12 exclusive residences. Designed by renowned Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill, Old Town Court combines the highest standard of modern living with the historical features of the original building. Project feautures on-site underground parking for residents only, private courtyard surrounded with greenery, full service reception and top of the line security system for the whole complex.
The Old Town Court complex consists of three parts – A, B and C – each with its unique character to satisfy client’s individual needs. The design of the new construction allows the buildings in this complex to blend into the old town area seamlessly. Each of the three parts is unique and luxurious in their own way, each emphasizing intimacy and providing a high sense of exclusivity. The first class interiors feature the finest and most sophisticated architectural solutions, with a focus on individually catered design and high quality equipment. Old Town Court allows for alterations to the internal layout as well as material selection.
Building B: City Villa’s
The two luxurious villas are part of the original historical building and contain three floors with abundant space for a family. Those who enjoy outside living space will appreciate their own garden space facing the courtyard. These villas have access to all the amenities of the complex including parking and the reception services in building A.
Both villas are in the shell and core stages so potential buyers have some say in the final touches of construction and can add their own personal style to the property. Entrances being situated on the inside of the of the complex`s courtyard ensure maximum security to future owners. There is also the possibility of combining the two villas into one property.
The intriguing history of Obecni Dvur in Old Prague dates back to the second half of the 15th century. Surviving the urban reconstruction of the city during the 19th and 20th centuries, Obecni Dvur is now a vivid testimony of the architectural development of Prague’s center over several centuries, combining Renaissance, Baroque, Neoclassical and other architectural styles. Over the years it has served a number of functions such as housing the king’s fire brigade.
LOCATION – Prague 1, Old Town
Prague’s most prestigious district can easily be defined by using Pařížká, Dlouhá, Kozi and Bilkova streets as its borders. Living at Old town court will redefine the expectations of city living by allowing residents to step from their own private gardens right into the lively streets of Staré Město. Surrounded by iconic sites, picturesque squares and the true spirit of luxury, the Old Town Court attracts those who love culture, art and the finer things in life. The squares and sidewalks of the Old Town abound with famous restaurants and cafés. It is also home to gourmet restaurants that promise a superb dining experience with their international cuisine, interior design and first class service. The many cafes offer a more relaxed atmosphere where you can enjoy a quiet afternoon. Private wine shops and gourmet food stores scattered throughout the cobblestone streets stock a vast selection of the best local and international wines and delicacies. Pařížká Street, which takes its name from the elegant boulevards of Paris, boasts boutiques of prestigious fashion brands and lavish cafés. A wide range of shops with local and international products can be found in the shopping streets of the city center.