As the owner’s sole representative, I would like to introduce to you a gem among Prague’s properties. It is a house under preservation order, with rich history. It has been sensitively and carefully reconstructed. It is situated on the island of Kampa (Lesser Town - Mala Strana), in one of Prague’s most romantic recesses.
Its dominant feature, which you will notice immediately, is the portal, above which there are two cartouches framed by rich rococo stucco work. The upper cartouche includes a painting of the Infant Jesus of Prague and the lower one contains an image of a blue fox with a branch of grapevine in its mouth.
On the ground hall of this two-storey Baroque house, there is a central hall, a separate toilet and six rooms, three of which are now used as galleries. From the central hall there are staircases leading upstairs and to the cellar, which consists of two rooms of 11m2 and 17m2.
On the first floor there is a corridor, a hall, four rooms, a separate kitchen, a bathroom, and courtyard entrance. The rooms on the left-hand side offer a view of a park.
The second floor is comprised of a large bathroom with a bath, a separate toilet, a walk-in wardrobe, and an interestingly designed 91m2 space with a kitchen and fireplace and a staircase leading to a gallery with access to the terrace.
There are many remarkable sights in immediate proximity of the house: the Lichtenstein Palace, French Embassy, Werich Villa, Zdeněk Wirth memorial plaque, Nostitz Palace, Mettich Palace, Karel Zeman Museum, Adolf Kašpar memorial plaque, statue of Harmony, statue of Bruncvík and many other places of interest.
It is a really prestigious and valuable property. Due to the character of this offer it is suitable to discuss it in person or through a video conference.
The property owner reserves the right to use their own criteria and judgement to choose the buyer.
Building energy rating: G
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