Currently, the most expensive apartment on offer in Prague will cost almost 300 million crowns. And yet the coronavirus crisis was supposed to slow down the growth of housing prices in the Czech Republic, if not stop it completely, in fact, services are becoming more expensive. You can buy five square meters per million in the center of Prague, and the overall average offer price of new flats is on average 123 thousand crowns per square meter. The most expensive apartments in the metropolis are in the tens of millions.
The most expensive apartments in Prague usually do not even get into the offer of advertising servers, or real estate agencies do not state their price. For several months, however, the record holder has been looking for a luxurious three-story penthouse in the center with an incredible 1,400 square meters, eight terraces and balconies, parking for eight cars, a private elevator, its own wellness and a heated pool. However, according to Forbes magazine, its price tag has dropped by several tens of millions to “only” 270.
However, you will also find other luxury properties in Prague. For example, a 3 + kk apartment with an area of 231 square meters on the Smetana embankment, and whose current owner is, according to Forbes, the hockey icon Petr Nedvěd, is available for 147 million crowns. For this price, in addition to the prestigious location, you will also receive a design interior made of the best materials from renowned designers Maria Elena Uzcategui. This gem is far from the only exhibition piece with a high price tag …
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