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Spectacular residence in the center of Warsaw

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  • Total area
    680 m²
  • Land area
    612 m²
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Features
  • Total rooms: 7
  • 2-floor building
  • Foreclosure

Beautiful, renovated and tastefully finished 4-storey single-family house with an area of 680 m², located in Kolonia Profesorska.

Maintained in manor style, it was built in the early 1920s. The property is situated on one of the largest plots in Professors’ Colony; there is a garden at the back of the building. In 2015, the residence underwent a major renovation under the supervision of the Capital Conservator of Monuments; a garage connected to the building by a tunnel was added at that time.

Interior

I storey (185.80 m²)

– hall – 25,76 m²

– room – 52,65 m²

– toilet – 8,88 m²

– room – 10,08 m²

– laundry – 14,66 m²

– staircase + hallway – 15,46 m²

– boiler room – 20.81 m²

– storeroom – 7.92 m²

– vestibule – 4.42 m²

– bedroom – 17.95 m²

– bathroom – 4.58 m²

– elevator shaft – 2.63 m²

Second floor (184.46 m²)

– vestibule – 3.98 m²

– hall – 18.33 m²

– dining room – 19.98 m²

– living room – 52.35 m²

– room – 23.08 m²

– dressing room – 8.47 m²

– toilet – 7.15 m²

– pantry – 7.95 m²

– staircase + hallway – 14.58 m²

– kitchen – 25.96 m²

– elevator shaft – 2.63 m²

Third floor (175.21 m²)

– hall – 14.65 m²

– bedroom – 44.78 m²

– room – 31.79 m²

– dressing room – 22.73 m²

– staircase – 15.77 m²

– bedroom – 23.89 m²

– closet – 9.19 m²

– bathroom – 9.78 m²

– elevator shaft – 2.63 m²

IV – Attic (112.64 m²):

– hall – 14.65 m²

– multifunctional room – 65.86 m²

– staircase – 14.61 m²

– landing and stairs – 11.50 m²

– bathroom – 3.19

– elevator – 2.63

Equipment

– Furniture and accessories by Vissionaire, Ralph Lauren, Jean Paul Gaultier, Lacroix, Zień and many other Italian brands

– Miele domestic appliances

– Devon & Devon bathrooms

– Bohemia parquet

– Polish window

– Marble and sandstone in lobby and kitchen

– Mixed heating system – underfloor and central heating

– Air-conditioning throughout the second floor

– Original door leaves preserved in some rooms (after renovation)

– Restored plaster stuccowork

– Vaillant boiler, Klarsan water filters

– Smart Home system, Satel alarm system, monitoring

– Elevator

Advantages

  • Excellent downtown location near Warsaw’s most beautiful parks, guaranteeing peace and quiet
  • Historic building finished to the highest standard while maintaining its original character
  • Intelligent home equipped with modern smart home technology
  • numerous parks and green areas: Royal Łazienki Park, Rydz-Śmigły Park, Ujazdowski Park, Tadeusz Mazowiecki Park, Agrykola and Vistula Boulevards
  • the best restaurants in Warsaw: Atelier Amaro, Belvedere, Brasserie Warszawska, Dyletaci or Rozbrat 20
  • sports complexes: Legia and Agrykola– public transport: bus stop on Trasa Łazienkowska
  • grocery stores, delicatessens, wine bars– schools: Stefan Batory Secondary School

Infrastructure

The 4-storey single-family house was built at the beginning of the 1920s as one of the realizations of the Housing Cooperative of the Professors of the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology. Its total area is 680 m², while the plot area is 612 m².

On level −1 there are utility rooms (boiler room, server room, watch room, laundry room with a drying room), as well as a ventilated wine cellar, a guest bedroom with an independent bathroom, a winter dressing room and a soundproofed music room.

The first floor is a representative area – a large hall paved with Spanish sandstone leads to a living room with a fireplace connected to the dining room. A beautiful original French parquet floor and a 19th century mirror hanging over the fireplace attract the attention. The kitchen is fitted with materials such as marble and sandstone; the white goods are Miele and the traditional looking gas-electric stove is La Cornue.

Location and nearby infrastructure

The so-called Professor’s Colony is one of the most charming corners of Warsaw’s Downtown. The complex of eighteen single-family houses for professors of the Warsaw University of Technology was built in the 1920s in the area between Górnośląska, Myśliowiecka and Hoene-Wroński Streets. All but one of the houses (the house of Prof. Romuald Gutt) were built in the manor style.

The location of the Professors’ Colony is very attractive – nearby are such places as the Royal Baths, Rydz-Smigly Park, Ujazdowski Park, Tadeusz Mazowiecki Park, the Royal Route and Agrykola Street. It is close to the Vistula River, the National Museum or the Legia Stadium. There are also some of Warsaw’s best restaurants nearby – Atelier Amaro, Belvedere, Brasserie Warszawska, Dyletaci or Rozbrat 20.

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