Neo-Renaissance Villa boasts 30 rooms, preserved period details and lush gardens with a pond.
Villa Hielle, listed by Sotheby’s Int. Realty Czech Republic, is an architecturally significant property from the peak of pre-war prosperity in the Krasnipol textile industry. This world-class cultural monument, in excellent condition with a rich history, features approximately 2000 m2 of living space on a 23,760 sqm plot with gardens and mature trees. The Neo-Renaissance villa, built in 1885-1887, underwent a modest renovation to preserve its original details and furniture.
Designed by Professor Rentsch from Dresden, 30 rooms are spread throughout the villa’s three floors and include period furniture, renovated ceilings, marble tiles, and luxurious fabric wallpaper. The halls showcase beautiful paintings, mirrors, and antique chandeliers. The building includes an elevator, underfloor heating, and a modern kitchen with garden views.
The entrance hall leads to five rooms, including a billiards room, cinema hall, study, and dining room with access to the kitchen. Additionally, the second floor offers seven rooms and a Turkish bath-style bathroom. A neo-renaissance staircase or elevator leads to the third floor with three fully equipped bedrooms. The elevator also provides access to the ground floor, an unused space with potential for private apartments or bedrooms.
Descending to the basement, one finds rooms for a luxury wellness area, gym, boiler room, workshop, technical room, gardeners’ facilities, and a wine cellar. The garden, adorned with flowers, trees, and a pond, includes a terrace with a Jacuzzi. The estate offers a picturesque view of the surrounding countryside.
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