For Sale, Price Available Upon Request
Property Type : Other Residential
Property Style : N/A
Build Size : 4,219 ft² / 392 m²
Land Size : N/A
Bedroom : 0
Bathroom : 0
Half Bathroom : 0
The villa was built in 1602 by the renowned Baroque architect Christoph Dientzenhofer, originally intended as a private residence. It underwent several modifications before settling on its current appearance, the result of a careful renovation in 2018 that preserved its historic elements.
Surrounded by a 513 sq. m. walled garden with trees that provides privacy, it has a stately cobblestoned entrance with double wooden doors. It can also be entered through the garden. The ground floor has a large hall, a living room, a fully fitted kitchen, a dining room, a bedroom, a bathroom, a closet, and a large terrace. The first floor features two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and an upstairs terrace. The topmost second floor offers a bedroom with exposed beams, a bathroom, and a closet. There is also a cellar with brick walls dedicated to storing wine, and an additional bathroom.
It boasts solid oak floors, French doors, designer light fixtures, marble tiles in the bathrooms, Gaggenau appliances and a granite countertop in the kitchen, and space for 3-4 to park on the property.