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Development land – Central Bohemian Region, Czech Republic

2,347,000 €
  • Land area
    11,396 m²
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We offer for sale a plot of land with an area of 11,396 m² in Prague West — Osnice. All utilities are located on the boundaries of the plot. The land consists of two plots, 9835 m² + 1561 m². The access road is jointly co-owned. The zoning plan allows the construction of a family house, with 12% buildability (future possible built-up area up to 1367 m²) with a maximum height of 9.5 m², the protection zone is min. 30 m² from the park border. Purely residential area (BC — I) in the protection zone of Průhonice Park. Basic functional use: the zone is used for living in family houses and residential buildings. Suitable and predominant functions: — various types of family houses (isolated), and residences incl. garage and parking on own land; — built-in garages; — relevant roads, mainly of a ”residential zone“ nature; — residential, public, protective (insulating) greenery. Permissible functions: — swimming pools, etc. for personal use only; — exceptionally permissible insulated objects of garages, swimming pools, gazebos. The land itself is located in a lucrative and quiet location on the southern border of Průhonice Park, near the Průhonice waterfall in Botič. The property is approximately a 5-minute drive from the D1 motorway. The journey by public transport to the metro station ”C“ Opatov takes about 15 minutes. In the surrounding villages Jesenice, Průhonice and Čestlice, all civic amenities. There is a possibility of financing with a mortgage loan, with which we will be happy to help you in our agency. We highly recommend the tour!

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