A rare opportunity to buy a sensitively renovated Art Noveau mansion dating from the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth century.
Originally the property of Baroness Ringhoffer, the wife of the prominent industrialist, this restored protected building has been converted into a representative office building with a manager’s apartment and garage.
This magnificent property, originally designed by the Prague architect Osvald Polívka, is one of the first Art Noveau buildings in Prague. The ground floor of the property comprises an impressive entrance hall with reception area, four office rooms, kitchenette, bathroom with 2 WCs, server room, storage and cleaning space. In addition there is a single car garage with storage and technical spaces.
The first floor is accessible from the impressive wooden staircase from the entrance hall or by a separate staircase in the turret. The first floor comprises a landing, five office rooms, including an impressive directors office with high ceilings, 2 x WCs and kitchenette.
The top (attic) floor has been converted into a comfortable apartment comprising a spacious open plan living area with kitchen corner, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
In addition, the property has a basement comprising a machine room, boiler room and additional room suitable for a wine cellar.
The reconstruction of the property was launched in 2005 and completed in 2007.
The property features terrazzo floors in the entrance hall and landing and solid wood parquet floors in the office rooms. Equipment includes an alarm, data cabling and sockets throughout and a surround sound system.
Conveniently located moments from Anděl shopping and commercial centre. The nearest metro station is Anděl (line B), a short walk from the the property.