New developer project Palác Dlážděná by Pražská správa nemovitostí, spol. s r.o. in Praha offers modern new buildings for sale. Become a satisfied owner of a new home. Find out more about the price and other specifics either at our web or straight from this particular developer.
The Dlážděná Palace project is located in Dlážděná Street in the center of Prague, in the cadastral area of Nové Město. The district is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is a very successful reconstruction of a historic house. The reconstruction was taken care of by the Prague Real Estate Administration. The house in Neo-Renaissance style has preserved and emphasized the original elements. The façade, which has undergone a complete renovation, has also been preserved, while the façade in the courtyard is in a completely new and modern style. The house has French windows, spacious balconies, observation terraces, garden and garages, which are partly underground. There is also a new reception, a private wellness area, accessible by a modern lift, and residents can use the sauna and fitness machines.
The house has new casement windows with original historic paneling and has insulating double glazing and triple glazing. The historic interior and entrance doors have been replaced with replicas of their original features with new security features with fittings. The house has garage parking, a modern elevator, recuperation units. The courtyard facade is insulated. Some apartments have air conditioning.
The Dlážděná Palace project offers a very lucrative location in the very heart of Prague. You can live at a prestigious address. From Dlážděná Street, the road leads to Hybernská Street to the Powder Gate, where you can get to the Municipal House or Příkopy. The area around the residence is made up of bars, restaurants, museums, but there are also many cinemas and shops. Wenceslas Square and the Main Railway Station are a short walk away. In the vicinity there are monuments such as the Estates Theater, the Prague Astronomical Clock, the Clementinum, the Mucha Museum and much more.