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Sotheby’s Int. Realty Czech Republic offers for sale a unique First Republic villa in Barrandov with a magnificent view of the Vltava valley and the panorama of Prague.
The villa was built in 1932 as part of construction according to the plan of Ing. Václav Havel, who was inspired by the character of villas during his visit to California in the United States.
The entrance floor of the villa consists of an entrance hall with access to the staircase, a large living room with a corner window connected to the dining room and a study with access to the terrace, kitchen, pantry, toilet and two rooms. Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms and a spacious bathroom with access to an unused attic space with an area of 70 square meters, which can be converted into another living area with a view of the whole of Prague.
The house has preserved all the original period elements, such as sandstone frames, doors, parquet floors, vaulted ceilings, stained glass windows, built-in wardrobes and bookcases, radiator covers, coffered ceilings or wooden stairs.
In the partially sunken basement, there is a technical room and five more rooms that can be converted into a living area or a relaxation part of the house.
Access to the property is from both Skalní Street and the lower boundary of the plot at Barrandovská Street, where a brick garage for two vehicles has been built.
Barrandov has been known thanks to the film studios built by Miloš Havel and Ing. Václav Havel and was inspired by California. Thanks to the nearby Barrandov terraces with a restaurant and a swimming pool undergoing reconstruction, the place is currently getting a new modern touch and continues the legacy of the area. The center of Prague and its surroundings is very well connected thanks to the Barrandov Bridge and the tram line. Vaclav Havel Airport is a 15-minute drive away.Show More