The most expensive apartment in the Czech Republic: It is in Prague in Smíchov, it is sold for 270 million
When walking through Prague, one often does not notice the beauty of the upper floors of the houses around which he walks. The waterfront houses are among the most magnificent in Prague. And it’s no different on the Smíchov embankment. According to the Forbes magazine, the most expensive apartment in the entire Czech Republic is hidden on the last three floors of a 100-year-old apartment building.
A luxury penthouse with an exchange of an incredible 1,400 square meters offered new owners a view of the whole of Prague. And literally. There are eight terraces, from which you can enjoy views of Prague Castle, the National Theater, the Dancing House or the quiet greenery of Petrin Hill. In addition to numerous terraces, luxurious views are provided by many windows of various shapes, and there are also glass vistas in the ceiling, for example.
Wellness and giant garage
“For the convenience of residents, there is a private elevator connecting the three main levels of space, access to the entrance floor of the unit is a central chip elevator, which leads to a large private basement. It is purposefully divided into a “party room” with a cadillac-shaped Madagascar labradorite bar, lounge and wine cellar for up to 1,000 bottles and a wellness area with a heated pool with counter-current and massage jets, a relaxation zone, a sauna and a gym equipped with multifunctional machines, ”describes real estate broker Tomáš Blahuta, who is in charge of sales.
There is often a problem with parking in the center of Prague, but the future owner of the most expensive apartment in the Czech Republic will definitely not have to worry about that. In the private basement, in addition to the “party room”, there is also large garage for eight cars. “Hassle-free parking for eight cars is ensured by an underground stacker, to which there is direct access from the lift,” results Blahuta.
The interior and layout can be modified
The interior is designed so that future owners can create it as much as possible for their image. Thus, a separate apartment for a nanny can be created here, or the whole space can be divided into three “smaller” apartments. Even so, the area of each of them would be around 400 square meters.
“Space can be divided into corporate and residential spaces, there are no limits to your imagination. Do you long for a swimming pool or sitting by the fireplace with a view of Prague Castle or the National Theater? Everything is possible. Already today there are completely unique elements in the interior, for example, a spiral staircase made of double-sided travertine with a steel, hand-cut strip and a railing made of bent glass, or preparation for a built-in aquarium. The light travertine on the floor and tiles of the hall is impressively combined with black Armani stone, “ describe a luxury interior broker. The owner adjusts the title to his taste.
The owners will There is also a 24-hour reception with a so-called concierge service. He will provide, for example, minor repairs, cleaning, or even watering flowers during the holidays.
Luxury penthouse in Prague’s Smíchov is the most expensive apartment in the whole Czech Republic.
Author: Svoboda & Williams