The new, modern apartment in district Malá Strana is located in the attic of a reconstructed neo-renaissance building standing since 1889/90, and which was designed by architect Josef Rydrych. The building prides itself with a grand entrance hall, the original granite staircase was retained, and you can admire the replicas of the original cast-iron railings and the panelled, double doors into individual apartments.
A big perk of living in this beautiful house is the garden in the courtyard with a drink fountain and seating under the crown of a majestic chestnut. If you’re already enchanted by the house, let’s take a look inside!
While the exterior of the building refers to distinguished historical and architectural art, the interior of the building goes hand in hand with modern design and current trends.
The Penthouse with floor area of 195,4 m² has been laid out into 4 rooms with an included kitchen, it has 3 bathrooms, a terrace and 2 balconies.
The main trait of the luxury interior is minimalism.
You will be carried away by the sensitive combination of high-quality materials. Rooms have high ceilings and an Oak wooden flooring. There is modern art in the apartment. The displayed paintings from artist Ivana Sucháčová, who works under the artistic moniker Ordo Amoris.
The entrance welcomes you into a large hall, with white wooden veneers and a bronze mirror. A glass double door will show you into a living room joined with the kitchen, which is fitted with furniture by the luxury brand Poliforn and with appliances by Miele. The living room area offers beautiful views to the Petřín watch tower and to Prague castle and gives access to the terrace.
The bedroom has access to the balcony leading to the courtyard, which guarantees much needed peace. It has an adjacent bathroom and water closet just like the master bedroom, which has a free-standing, design bathtub by IlBagno Alessi One in its own bathroom. There is a security system, an audio system and air-conditioning from the brand LG included in the penthouse.
There can’t be a better location for such an apartment than Malá Strana!
Malá Strana has always been full of cultural life and at the same time was and still is a comfortable place with plenty of greenery. Only a few hundred meters away, you can sit in a cable car that will carry you to the top of Petřín Hill, comfortable nooks and crannies are offered by the parks in nearby Kampa and Střelecký ostrov(island). You will find a plethora of restaurants, Cafés, museums and galleries. A hospital, and a high school are nearby, and the National Theatre is only across the brid