This luxurious villa is located in Bubeneč, a district in the north-west of Prague, Czech Republic. It boasts 10,764 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms (3 en-suites), 6 bathrooms, wooden floors and stucco ceilings throughout, formal living room with fireplace, library, work room, television room, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, glass elevator, indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi steam room, sauna, space for a gym, security room, formal garden and 2 garages. Price is available upon request.

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  • Daniel

    This is so much more refreshing than the faux Russian palaces and horribly laid-out Australian messes we have seen recently. I quite like the interior and exterior, minus some of the quirky Slavic details. The elevator is terrible and the kitchen miniscule.




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  • Grrrowler

    The exterior is nice looking, but there are some oddly-shaped rooms inside. With proper decorating, it could be kind of a cool house. I love the design of the elevator, specifically because it’s completely opposite to the style of house, but it sort of looks like an afterthought.




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  • NOVA Ben

    I’m not a huge fan of the exterior, but the interior is a lot worse. I really don’t like the overly busy floors throughout the home, and the kitchen is a joke for a home this big. 7 bedrooms, and only 3 of them are en suite? I would expect more from a house this size.




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  • Venom

    This house depresses me.
    The indoor pool looks like somewhere you would walk into and expect to see someone lying face down in the water after they committed suicide.




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  • rob

    I wanted to like this because I like the classic style, but it is just too tired and unappealing. I do not feel any life in this house. I just picture an old lady in a gown walking around on those parquet floors with a bunch of cats running around.




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