Let us introduce you to a project of a new residential living, which offers apartments in the original condition before reconstruction and also six „shell&core“ apartments in the attic. 28 apartment units with the area of 19 to 177 m2 are available in the six-floor historic building. High ceilings and sophisticated layout of the rooms provide very spacious and comfortable living.
The house Na Švihance 11 offers its residents completely reconstructed common area inside the house and carefully renovated facade with well-preserved historic features. The common area is graced with maintained contemporary decoration and new lights, new is also the flagging on corridors, the walls and stairs of which are completely newly painted. New balconies were built in the courtyard and a new elevator is available in the house for your comfort.
The Na Švihance11 residential project is an ideal solution for everyone, who likes the life in the centre of Prague with a wide range of amenities in the neighbourhood, but also who appreciates the possibility to relax and take a break from the city rush and likes to go for calm walks in the park nearby. This part of Vinohrady belongs undoubtedly to the most beautiful places in Prague.
The residential house Na Švihance11 is situated on Vinohrady in the immediate vicinity of Riegrovy sady and not far from the Jiřího z Poděbrad Square. Approximately 300 metres from the house, you can find the subway station of A line Jiřího z Poděbrad and Vinohradská street with trams. However, you can get to the Wenceslas Square even by walk – the way is comfortable and beautiful.
Na Švihance street is very calm and wide with a lot of sunshine and trees, which are so typical for the whole area of Vinohrady. All amenities, such as schools, kindergartens, doctors, post offices and many restaurants, bars, cafés and theatres. Thanks to the vicinity to the city centre and nice environment, Vinohrady are one of the best locations for living and they have also kept the atmosphere of a residential part from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries.