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Deluxe living 5+1 in a palace in Josefov district

Apartment, Rent | Czech Republic, Prague, Josefov
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100.000 CZK
Approx. 3.897 EUR
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3
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2
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197 m²
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100.000 CZK
Approx. 3.897 EUR
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Amenities and special features of this apartment

Move-in ready amazing renovated traditional designed apartment right in the most prestigious street in the Prague, just few steps from the Old Town Square. It is situated in a fully reconstructed apartment house with magnificent original architectonic elements. Precise approach during the reconstruction underlined the highest standard and high quality materials. There is original parquet flooring in combination with tiles. The living room with a balcony facing to the street leading to the dining room with lots of sunlight, it’s a great place for meeting your family and friends after a busy day. Contiguous space of living room and fully equipped kitchen with machines offers new tenant full comfort. The bedrooms are facing to the street and to the inner courtyard. One of the bathroom with a spacious shower cubicle and a bathtub, the second one with a shower cubicle and a toilet. Move-in ready apartment can be rent furnished. The central location provides uncountable leisure opportunities and cultural events. Great transport accessibility goes hand in hand with fantastic public amenities.


Josefov: Location and surroundings of this property

Josefov is the smallest city quarter with 8,81 hectares of land and is surrounded by the Old Town. Josefov is a part of Prague 1 and so is its administration. Until 1850, Josefov was called the Jewish Town. In 1850, Josefov received its current name, was legally connected to the city of Prague, and became the 5th city quarter. This quarter was named after Josef II, the son of Marie Terezie, who with his enlightened way of living gave the Jewish population the same rights as to the rest of the population. Among the famous historic sites belong the Jewish Townhall, the Old Jewish Cemetary, and 6 synagogs: Klausova, Maiselova, Pinkasova, Staronová, Španělská, and Vysoká.


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Engel & Völkers Prague Andel
  • Česká EuV Commercial s.r.o.
  • Licence partner of Engel & Völkers Residential GmbH
  • Ing. Andreas von Schlik
  • Janáčkovo nábřeží 1101/23
  • 15000 Praha 5
  • Phone: +420 233 091 011
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