Stara Boleslav, Other Central Bohemia ref CE8402
Chocolate industrialist Jan Rudolf Pachl, founder of the Orion factory, had a summer residence built for his family in the 1930s, designed by the architect Vladimír Líman, a house which to this day, retains its period charm. The 300 sqm house features heated floors and a cellar converted into a relaxing oasis with a sauna thanks to a sensitive renovation dating from 1996.
Thanks to a generous driveway, you will be greeted by the atmosphere of the First Czechoslovak Republic immediately upon entering. The ground floor is the communal part of the house, with a living room, a fireplace, a kitchenette, and a dining area. On summer days, a floor of white marble in combination with tiles served as a refuge from the heat. Four bedrooms and two bathrooms located on the upper floors of the house flow into an interesting attic space with a view of the garden.
A unique added value to the property is the 4,000 m2 garden with 120-year-old beech trees, native conifers and shrubs, and an unorthodox century-old catalpa. A separate cottage with a living area of over 60 m2, which can be used for guests, staff, or multi-generational living, is situated in the front part of the garden.
Thanks to a connection to the D10 motorway, the residence is easily reachable by transport, with quick access to the city centre or to Václav Havel airport. In less than an hour, you can stand in the foothills of the Jizera or Krkonoše Mountains. At the same time, the surrounding fields and pine forests offer a reprieve from the daily hustle and bustle of the metropolis.
After all, the Central Bohemian region is associated with the very beginnings of the Czech nation, and Stará Boleslav itself, primarily associated with St. Wenceslas, is the oldest pilgrimage site in Bohemia. Right in the conurbation, above the place where the Elbe and Jizera rivers meet, you can find a Renaissance château, a residence of Rudolf II, a golf resort, and an equestrian club.
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