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Historical four-level villa with a garden and a garage in Prague 6, Prague, Czech Republic

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  • Total area
    427 m²
  • Land area
    1,322 m²
  • Bedrooms
    4
  • Bathrooms
    2
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Features
  • 4-floor building
  • Built in 1924
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Wood parquet flooring
  • Lots of natural light

Villa from 1924 in the popular district of Prague’s Ořechovka. The location allows quiet and comfortable living with quick access to the city center and the airport.

Interior

The raised ground floor of the house serves as a social area with two living rooms overlooking the garden, a separate kitchen with a dining area, and spacious walk-in closets in the lobby.

On the first floor, there are 3 bedrooms, one with a private balcony, and two bathrooms. The east-facing bedrooms have a beautiful view of the surroundings of Ořechovka.

The attic of the villa is conceived as an open space that can serve as a bedroom, office, or entertainment room.

In the basement, there is the boiler room and 5 rooms, which thanks to the elevation of the floor have all windows to the garden and can be used for home fitness, office, guest room, or storage space.

Equipment

The villa underwent extensive reconstruction in 2001, including a new roof, facade, fences, bathrooms, electricity, water pipes, gas pipes, and heating. At the same time, radiators, floors, doors, and windows were renovated. In 2008, a new garage for two cars was built.

Location and nearby infrastructure

A quiet street in a sought-after residential district that has a number of natural parks and historic buildings. In close proximity, there are shops, restaurants, a café, a nursery, and a primary school as well as a high school. Nearby tram lines will take you to the metro A-line stops. Road connections are greatly aided by a nearby entrance to the Blanka tunnel complex.

The surroundings are crisscrossed with cycling and walking trails and offer ample opportunities for sport and relaxation – a football pitch, tennis courts, sports halls, a swimming pool, and the Petynka, Ladronka, and Strahov parks.

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