|Floor area m²||88.1|
|Balcony m² (B)||-|
|Terrace m² (T)||-|
|Cellar stall m²||2.8|
|Total area m²||90.9|
|Total price||4 893 000|
|Special price||4 740 000|
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The corner building, which was built during the reign of Franz Joseph I, is one of Vršovice’s Art Nouveau gems. It gets its name from the area’s landmark, the St Wenceslas Church (kostel sv. Václava) on the nearby square, náměstí Svatopluka Čecha. Art Nouveau elements adorn the entire building, including the courtyard façades with balconies on brackets.
The vast majority of the civic amenities are concentrated in the Eden Shopping Centre, roughly 900 m from the building. Active inhabitants of Vršovice appreciate the cycling path along the legendary Botič Creek, with trips to nearby Petrovice. You can end your stroll through the popular Grébovka with a pleasant evening spent in one of the local restaurants.
It is only 280 m to the Bohemians tram stop or 200 m to the Čechovo náměstí bus and tram stops, which will get you to the centre. In the immediate vicinity of the building you will find pre-schools, elementary and high schools, playgrounds and the pleasant náměstí Svatopluka Čecha.
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