For Sale, 1,204,512 USD
Property Type : Apartment
Property Style : N/A
Build Size : 1,163 ft² / 108 m²
Land Size : N/A
Bedroom : 3
Bathroom : 0
Half Bathroom : 0
The second floor apartment has an L-shaped floor plan with walk-through rooms and 3.5 meter high ceilings. Due to the flat's orientation, there is an abundance of natural light. The living room boasts a south-facing bay window overlooking Charles Bridge. There is as well a storage unit in the building's cellar included in the sale.
The building has a new roof, new gas pipes, new casement windows and a repaired facade. New electrical wires and sewer pipes, renovation of the common areas, and the construction of a lift are also planned. The second floor consists of two apartments, the other two apartments are on the third floor and one in the attic. The ground floor consists of a non-residential unit owned by the city.
The building from 1889 is the dominant structure on a pretty square that connects to Charles Bridge. The building was designed by architects Čeněk Gregor and Karel Stárek, who contributed to the completion of Prague's gorgeous National Theater. The building is across from the famous U Tri Pstrosu Hotel, whose name is linked to several local legends. In the middle of the square there is a decorative gas street lamp from the 18th century – one of only three left in the city. Nearby you can find the Vojanovy Orchards, which is considered to be the oldest preserved garden in Prague, and the Malostranská metro station.
Interior: 180 sq. m., cellar: 14 sq. m.