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Apartment – Prague 8, Prague, Czech Republic

280,000 €
3,544 € /m²
  • Total area
    79 m²
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
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  • Total rooms: 3
  • 6-floor building
  • 2 floor
  • Balcony or terrace
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We would like to offer you a beautiful cooperative apartment 3 + 1 with a size of 79 m² in Prague's Karlín. The apartment is after reconstruction. The kitchen and living room have underfloor heating. Karma remains in two separate rooms. The lighting is solved by led lights. And custom kitchen incl. appliances (dishwasher, glass hob, microwave, oven, refrigerator) — all elektrolux. The larger room also has a stylish stove. Smaller room and kitchen with balcony facing the quiet courtyard. The larger room then faces Pobřežní Street. The apartment has a large balcony, which is not quite common in older buildings. At the same time, the apartment has a separate toilet, a larger bathroom and a storage room, where, thanks to the high ceilings, two bicycles can be hung and everything you can fit. The apartment is generally very well designed and typically has high ceilings for older buildings. It is also relatively easy to separate the entrance hall from the living room. The door to the apartment is secured to the 3rd security class by the company Next (in the price of over 60 thousand). The water is heated by electricity, but it is possible to switch to gas and at the same time change the karma in both rooms via the boiler. The apartment also has a cellar. In case of interest, it is possible to arrange another cellar (they remain unused in the house). Today, Karlín is one of the most popular parts of Prague and there are many restaurants, bars, cafes, etc. There are regular farmers' markets on the nearby Karlín Square. Up to 300m there is a bike path where you can run/ ride a bike and pull you without traffic around the river from the city or vice versa lead to the center. Parking is possible in front of the house with a residence card in Pobřežní Street. Within 300m Billa, Lidl, Albert and other civic amenities. The apartment is in cooperative ownership and has an annuity of approximately 885,000 CZK, which is not part of the purchase price. It is possible to pay it twice a year or in monthly installments of approximately CZK 7,000. It is a smaller team with 35 members. The repair fund now has quite a lot of money for house repairs after the sale of the apartment from joint ownership (the apartment was sold for 5.5 million — 2KK). At the same time, the cooperative has another apartment jointly owned by all members and is leased to the original tenants for a registered rent. The common areas have already been repaired. It is planned to replace the elevator with a new one, repair the roof and replace all windows and repair the facade of the house. However, the windows in the apartment are already after revitalization and in very good condition. The apartment is within walking distance of the subway and tram. stops Kižíkova. Náměstí Republiky is a 12-minute walk away. Na Florenc 7. For more information about the property or a tour, please contact me!

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