Offmarket: Totally restored baroque house at Charles Bridge in Prague

Villa, 383 m², Rooms, 118 00 Prag
Type of useLiving
Type of commercializationPurchase
Property classHouse
Property typeVilla
ZIP code118 00
CountryCzech Republic
Living area383 m²
PropNo9229-KRO01 Type of useLiving
Type of commercializationPurchase Property classHouse
Property typeVilla ZIP code118 00
TownPrague CountryCzech Republic
Living area383 m²
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Property description Offmarket: Totally restored baroque house at Charles Bridge in Prague

The historical, completely restored building with a view to the Charles Bridge is situated opposite the Lichtenstein Palace and the adjacent park on the Vltava River in an exposed location of the historical core of the Old Town (Lesser Town).
In 1994/1995 the building was renovated and totally restored using high quality western materials and meets the highest standards.
The construction work was carried out by the renowned largest Czech construction company, which is, among other things, entrusted with the restoration of historical government buildings.
The attic was restructured into a maisonette unit with a gallery area and a roof terrace in front of it. On the first floor and second floor there is a newly developed living/office floor with exclusive furnishings while retaining the original floor plan structure.

Ground floor commercial space 118,29m2
Upper floor partial commercial area 119,83m2
Attic living space 117,29m2
Gallery and terrace area 27,71m2
Total: 383,12m2
Plus two multi-purpose rooms in the vaulted basement (31.05 sqm)

More information on specific request.
Equipment/Features Essentially, the restoration and modernization measures related to:
- Gutting of the interior of the building and reconstruction of the listed, original interior structure
- Drying of the basement floor in the base area
- stiffening of the building using steel girders and cables
- Total renovation of the interior of the building
- New installation of the electrical and sanitary system including the supply lines
- New installation of a central gas heating system with room thermostats
- Removal of the entire roof area and reconstruction according to original dimensional structures
- Restructuring of the attic floor into an architecturally attractiveMaisonette unit with gallery area and terrace in front, open designed attic space
- Re-roofing of the roof according to the original pattern
- Replacement of all window and door systems as part of a carpenter's work

remanufacture according to original pattern:
- Replacement of beamed ceilings
- Exposure and restoration of all floor ceiling areas
- Restoration of the cross vaults
- Addition of a pavlat
- Re-flooring of the entire first floor area with Opuka natural stone tiles
- New installation of high quality parquet flooring on the second floor and in the

attic floor:
- exclusive re-laying of all white tiled sanitary areas with high-quality objects (double washbasin, all-glass facing for shower area, bidet, elevated bathtub area, underfloor heating), separate washing machine room with additional ventilation
- on the first floor and in the attic: removable wooden skirting boards with concealed cable ducts made by carpenters.
Location Prague is the historical capital of Bohemia and was an important royal and imperial residence in the Holy Roman Empire, especially under the Přemyslids, Luxemburgers and Habsburgs. Around 1230, the settlement, inhabited since early history, was elevated to a royal city and in the 14th century, under the reign of Charles IV, it became a political-cultural center in Europe. Charles University, the first university in Central Europe, was founded in Prague in 1348. The Conservatory and the Technical University are also among the oldest of their kind in Europe. For centuries, Prague was a city where Czech, German and Jewish cultures met.

The historic center of Prague has been recognized by UNESCO as one of the Czech Republic's 14 World Heritage Sites since 1992. Today, the "Golden City" displays a cohesive Gothic and Baroque townscape. Sights such as Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, the medieval Town Hall Clock, the Jewish cemetery or the oldest active synagogue in the world make the city a popular tourist destination. With more than five million foreign tourists a year, Prague is one of the ten most visited cities in Europe.
Other + New installation of an optimal alarm system with three protection factors
a) grating of windows and doors on the first floor
b) ultrasonic alarm system with motion detectors
c) window contact alarm system with direct connection to the security guard

+ door intercom system in combination with video system, additional RF cabling of the house and door video system with TV monitors

+ 22. Elbex monitor surveillance system for all rooms with quadrant switching and central monitor also for the house entrance area on the upper floor.
additional combination lock system for the first floor and the attic floor:

+ chimney stainless steel round cladding
+ outdoor video system for monitoring the surrounding area
+ state-of-the-art satellite technology
+ ventilation system
+ renovation of the facades using high quality materials and
+ protective painting of the plinth area
+ underfloor heating on the first floor and in all sanitary areas
+ sun blinds between the windows on the entire first floor and partially in the

upper floor and attic:
+ installation of a cupboard room with a small safe
+ Kreon light fixtures flush-mounted in walls, steps and ceilings uniformly throughout the interior of the building including stair and ceiling lights
+ in the maisonette area, design stainless steel staircase from the first to the second living level
+ all-glass doors with automatic locking to the entrance areas first
+ creation of a roof terrace in the gallery area with floor-to-ceiling sliding windows that can be opened (used as a winter garden in winter)
+ Bulthaup built-in kitchen in the attic with Gaggenau full equipment (Ice-Maker with refrigerator/freezer combination, ceramic hob grill, stainless steel hood with external exhaust, stainless steel cladding of the wall surfaces, microwave, luxury oven at viewing height,
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  • Alex Bachmann
Mr. Alex Bachmann
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