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The Residence U svatého Václava is named after the church of St. Wenceslas Square, which dominates Svatopluk Čech Square. The house was completed in 1910 and has undergone extensive renovations to meet the conditions for modern living. The interior spaces were cultivated, the floor plans were adapted and the technical properties of selected structures were improved. There was also a renovation of the common areas of the house, when the existing elements were used such as decorative tiles, replicas of entrance doors, new windows were delivered, the facade was insulated, and a hydraulic elevator was installed, which is connected to the intermediate platforms. A central gas boiler room was also built, and the cellars, which are located in the 1st floor, were repaired. The apartments have French windows to the yard, the facade is ocher. Their layout solution is 1 + kk - 4 + kk. Each apartment has a balcony on the south side to the courtyard.
Residence U sv. Wenceslas Square is located in an attractive location of Prague 10. It is ideal for those who love the hustle and bustle of the city and want a comfortable life in the center. 900 m from the house is the shopping center Eden, which is the center of all happenings. You will find almost a hundred shops, restaurants, post office, various services. In the vicinity of the house there are also kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, playgrounds. Heroldovy sady Park is a 10-minute walk away. 200 m from the house is a tram stop Čechovo náměstí, about 280 m from the house is another stop - Bohemians. 400 m away is the 19 km long cycle path A 23: Botič leading through the valley of the Botič stream. It starts at Výton, continues through Michle, Záběhlice, Hostivař, Petrovice, Křeslice to Újezd on the border of Prague.