Warszawa, Śródmieście, al. Aleja Niepodległości
The apartment is located on the 4th floor, in the superstructure of a historic tenement house.
The total area of the apartment is 150.6 m2 + 12m2 mezzanine.
The main part is a high, spacious living room of an area of about 57 m2. The living room opens onto a quiet balcony from the east side. Built-in light kitchen, partly open to the living room.
Next to the living room are two rooms: a study + a mezzanine, and a large bedroom with a wardrobe and partial slants. The windows of these rooms face west.
Behind the living room there is a private area with a separate corridor. We will find here two spacious bedrooms. One of them is directed to the east, the other to the west. A large bathroom with a window between the bedrooms.
Hall is spacious. A modern guest toilet is in the hall.
The apartment has an east-west orientation with views unique to the center of Warsaw towards Mokotowskie Fields and the internal estate garden (balcony).
The garden has preserved the original composition of alleys, two fountains, a chapel and old trees. From the bathroom window you can see the panorama of Warsaw. The apartment is very functional, warm, sunny and quiet, despite the location in the center of Warsaw.
• proximity to Pole Mokotowski (about 3 minutes on foot),
• 2 tram stops to the Central Station,
• 10 min. on foot to Plac Zbawiciela,
• 5 min. to the Metro Politechnika,
• in close proximity to schools, international kindergartens, restaurants, gym, fitness (Focus).
• parking lot directly below the tenement house in the annual municipal subscription for residents of several dozen zlotys annually
• rent with renovation fund around PLN 1,200 (well-administered cooperative)
Entrance to the tenement house from Al. Niepodległości and through the internal garden from ul. Medical.
The apartment is located in a historic building in the center of Warsaw in the the pre-war Kolonia Staszica on Warsaw Filters. Tenement house from 1924, together with the adjacent garden – unique in Warsaw – entered in the strict register of monuments. The building was designed by the famous pre-war architect Roman Feliński, while the garden was designed by Franciszek Szanior (he also designed the Ujazdowski Park in Warsaw) based on the concepts of Howard’s gardens. The whole garden is fenced, there is also a special gazebo for bicycles. An enclave of many species of birds and plants, nurtured daily by a dedicated gardener. Some of the trees are pre-war trees together with one stately oak – a monument of nature. The garden has two active, antique fountains and a chapel. Very calm neighborhood – many professors, lawyers, artists, Dawid Woliński’s fashion studio.
I kindly invite you to the presentation of this unique property.
- Bright kitchen: Yes
- Furnishings: Partly
- Balcony: 1
- Basement: 1
- Entresol: 1
- Intercom: Yes
- Condition: good
- Internet: Yes
- Television: Yes
- Water: Yes
- Current: Yes
- Sewerage: Yes
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