Helenika, residence Helenika, Prague 2, Vinohrady, terrace, garden, parking, garage, wine cellar, 4 + kk, sale, view, Prague Castle
Refined, luxurious and exceptional - that is what Rezidence Helenika near Riegrovy sady park in Královské Vinohrady is like.
This exclusive three-bedroom (4+kk) apartment is one of the most luxurious apartments in the whole residence. The area of 198sqm contains a sunny living room with a kitchen, which smoothly opens onto a terrace (40 sqm) and a private garden (298sqm). There is also a vestibule, hall, separate toilet and utility room. Wine lovers will certainly appreciate the wine cellar and private cinema (32sqm) with direct access from the apartment.
Three en-suite bedrooms are separated from the common part of the apartment by another vestibule. Thanks to this original layout, the bedrooms have maximum privacy with their own bathrooms with a toilet and dressing rooms. One of the bedrooms has direct access to the terrace. The unique nature of the Rezidence Helenika is characterized by the highest quality of materials used, taste, design and the latest technologies. The three-bedroom (4+kk) apartment comes with two parking spaces and a cellar closet (7 sqm).
The refurbishment of this detached historical villa at an unrepeatable address in Prague 2 with views of Prague Castle and the city’s skyline has created a place to live that meets the most demanding requirements.
The Rezidence Helenika has a mere 13 apartments, including loft penthouses, with layouts ranging from one-bedroom (2+kk) to three-bedroom (4+kk). Most apartments have a terrace or balcony. Every apartment on the ground floor has a private garden and spacious south-facing terrace. The building has its own covered parking, representative common space and reception. The sensitive refurbishment, under the management of experienced architects, will provide future owners with all creature comforts in a unique location and with a one-off style.
When Charles IV established a vineyard in today’s Vinohrady, he brought the best grapes from 14th century France. When Prague’s elite and leading artists started to move to Vinohrady in the 20th century, they brought the best architectural styles and an unrepeatable atmosphere to this part of Prague.
Living in Vinohrady is a lifestyle. Art nouveau, cubism, functionalism and the Neo-renaissance decorate the streets of Vinohrady, as do top restaurants, coffee shops, theatres and galleries. You can relax in style in Riegrovy sady or the well-liked Grébovka parks, and the National Museum and State Opera are also within walking distance. Leading schools and kindergartens are obviously available in the best district in Prague.