Svoboda & Williams Launches the Sale of Apartments in the Záběhlické Výhledy Project

Svoboda & Williams Launches the Sale of Apartments in the Záběhlické Výhledy Project

Published at: 2018-09-25 11:46 | Author: CIJ Europe
On the basis of an exclusive instruction, Svoboda & Williams has launched the sale of apartments in the Záběhlické výhledy (Záběhlice Vistas) residential project. This unique minimalist style residence is set in an older neighborhood of Prague 10. With charming views of the green valley of the Botič Creek, it offers peaceful living combined with today's high housing standards.

The Záběhlické výhledy project will consist of a modern tiered building located on a slope of the Botič valley in a historic part of Záběhlice. The building is situated on Dolní Chaloupky Lane, which has a peaceful atmosphere that is underscored by the ubiquitous greenery. The residence will offer 8 one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartment units, ranging in size from 58.6 to 101 sq. m. On the ground floor, there will be 10 garage parking spaces. Each apartment has its own south-facing terrace (6.9 to 37.9 sq. m.) as well as a cellar storage unit. The apartments range in price from 6.6 to 11.8 million Czech crowns.

The neighborhood offers a wide spectrum of services, including kindergartens, elementary schools, shops, playgrounds, and sporting facilities. Future residents will also appreciate the location’s easy access to the center of Prague by car or by public transport – the bus stop is a three-minute walk away. Those who seek an active lifestyle will have plenty of opportunity to go on hikes and bike rides around the Hamr pond park or along the Greenway Botič recreational path.

The Záběhlické výhledy project is being built by the ED Development & Engineering s.r.o. company and is sold exclusively by Svoboda & Williams. The scheduled date of completion is spring 2019.

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