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Apartment – Ljubljana, Slovenia

975,000 €
  • Bedrooms
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  • Built in 1934
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Furnished
  • Garden

This is beautiful, restored and renovated apartment in the famous Plečnik “Flat Iron” building, with its large atrium/enclosed roof terrace.

The apartment is located in the center, on the second floor of a building known as Peglezen, which was built between 1932–1934, near the Faculty of Law and the central market at the foot of Ljubljana Castle. The apartment has been carefully renovated in such a way that the basic elements of the original design have been preserved and at the same time the needs of the modern living environment have been taken into account. The ceiling height of 3.5 m additionally contributes to the prestige of the modern space, which enables creative living. The building was declared a cultural monument of national importance in 2009. The renovation has been done with high-quality materials that reflect symbolic elements of the past, such as terrazzo, solid wood floors and imitations of original interior doors, while providing new owners with a modern healthy living environment.

The apartment covers 162.84 square meters of net floor area, including a living area of 114.4 m², a winter garden of 33.20 m², a storage room in the basement of 13.50 m² and a balcony of 1.70 m². The documentation of the building, including technical permits and approvals for renovation, is available for inspection and is part of the sale. The apartment is heated and cooled by a Daikin heat pump, including underfloor heating and cooling of living spaces and heating and cooling of the air in the winter garden. The apartment is not furnished, which allows new owners to furnish their home according to their wishes and needs. Workshop furniture plans have also been made and are available to new owners.

The apartment comprises two bedrooms, each with a separate spacious bathroom with showers, and an open-plan living-dining and kitchen area connected to the conservatory overlooking the main market. The winter garden is one of the most special parts of the apartment, offering a real natural urban living experience. There is also a small guest bathroom. The location of the apartment allows the sun to shine from morning to evening, which creates an additional atmosphere and well-being of users.

The apartment is not only a special and unique property, but it is also a great potential investment opportunity. Due to the uniqueness of the apartment and its location, its value increases every year. Anyone who is looking for an apartment that offers a balanced stay in a modern urban built environment, developed from the cultural foundations of green Ljubljana and upgraded with modern architecture, is invited to arrange a viewing of the apartment.

This famous apartment has been restored beautifully and offers a unique opportunity to acquire an iconic apartment in the heart of Ljubljana.

As a condition of purchase, the seller points out that the buyer must reimburse the seller a part of the property sale costs in the amount of 2% of the property purchase price + VAT

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