In the heart of the Malá Strana in Prague 1 (Little Quarter), sits this picturesque Renaissance building, also known as the House of Clay, probably built before 1600s. It is one of the oldest houses in the Little Quarter block and is listed as a cultural monument. On the ground floor of this building we offer for rent a partially furnished apartment 2 + 1, 64m² with the possibility of using an enclosed magical courtyard for sitting. The apartment is available immediately.
Through the entrance door we enter the passage of the house with a vault. On one side there is a staircase to the first floor and on the other side there is an entrance to the entrance hall to the apartment. The glass gate leads to a very well-kept courtyard, which invites you to sit and rest and which can be used as a part of this rental offer.
The whole apartment is dominated by distinctive Renaissance vaults, which pass through all rooms. From the vestibule you enter the well equipped kitchen. The kitchen has a gas stove, el. oven, dishwasher, washer and dryer and plenty of work surface. There is a dining table with chairs. The kitchen is connected to the living room and can be separated by a sliding door. The sofa in the living room folds out into bed. Behind the kitchen is a hallway with built-in wardrobes. From the hall you can enter the bathroom with bathtub and another room that can be used as a bedroom or a home office.
All windows of the apartment are oriented south to the backyard. The floors in the room are wooden, the kitchen and bathroom are tiled. Heating is provided by WAW gas heaters. Custom-made curtain rods are available.
Rent is 17,000 CZK / month and utilities are 900 CZK / month for 1 person, and for every other person 520 CZK / month. Electricity and gas will be transferred to the tenant.
The house is entered from a quiet street Nebovidská, where there is also a hotel Mandarin Oriental, Nostic Palace and authentic restaurant U Modré kachničky. The place has a feeling of the first city walls from the time of king Charles IV, history of the surrounding palaces and nearby Maltézké náměstí.
You can walk along the Nosticova street to Nostic gardens and to Kampa island. 50 m from the house is a tram stop Hellichova. You can walk to Petřínské sady via Hellichova street. In the vicinity of Újezd there are many opportunities to buy fresh food, there are a number of top restaurants, schools, cultural institutions. Do not hesitate and book a viewing of this extraordinary place to live.
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