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Apartment – Prague 9, Prague, Czech Republic

308,000 €
4,597 € /m²
  • Total area
    67 m²
  • Bedrooms
    3
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Features
  • Total rooms: 3
  • 12-floor building
  • 9 floor
  • Internet
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I am offering for sale a privately owned apartment with a layout of 3 + kk, 67 m² + 7 m² loggia. The apartment also has a cellar of 2 m². The apartment is located on the 8th floor facing east in a revitalized panel house in a quiet part of Prague 9 — Hloubětín. The apartment is after a complete reconstruction, which took place about 10 years ago: kitchen, dressing room, new brick core (incl. Plumbing), bathroom with shower and toilet, interior doors, partially renovated built-in wardrobes in the hallway. The price of the apartment also includes partial equipment. The apartment offers a really beautiful view of the greenery. It is a quiet house. The house is after a complete reconstruction: plastic windows, facade incl. insulation, glazing of loggias, roof, elevators, risers, modifications of common areas. In addition, the house has its own gas boiler room, which reduces the cost of heat and hot water. It is a location with all civic amenities, where in the immediate vicinity of the house is, among other things, a kindergarten or playground. The public transport stop is a 2-minute walk away and the Rajská zahrada metro station is a 7-minute walk away. Excellent transport accessibility. Near the house there is a bus stop in the direction of Hloubětín or Černý Most, then Metro B, stops Rajská zahrada and Hloubětín only about 5–10 minutes walk. The house is located in the immediate vicinity of nature (Kyjský pond, Doubravka lookout tower and more.). It is possible to finance with a mortgage loan, which we are happy to provide for you, free of charge under the best conditions on the market.

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