Shoellerova 965, Praha 9 - Čakovice
family house reconstruction project
The original suburban terraced house dates from about 20. -30. The twentieth century is located in a quiet street Schoellerova less than 15 minutes walk from the castle pond and park Cakovicky Castle. It is a non-basement brick building with a gabled roof with a built-up area of 121 m2 and a garden with an area of 102 m2 situated west of the house. The ceilings are original, wooden.
The house is intended for a complete reconstruction, for which a demolition order is issued for the demolition of internal partitions to change the layout and permits with a project for a municipal water connection, which is located just in front of the house. The house has electricity and city sewerage.
The planned reconstruction (see visualizations and 3D floor plans) will provide the new owners with a living area of approximately 150 m2 and up to 7 + kk, for example.
The advantage of the construction is that the height of the ceilings is 3 m on the ground floor and the height of the truss ridge is 4 m. The intended project proposes the use of sash windows towards the street and, conversely, large glass areas in a quiet part of the garden. This would create a sufficiently intimate, yet pleasantly lit ground floor seamlessly connected to the garden through a low terrace. The attic is equipped with skylights.
The garden is quite regular in shape with a length of about 11 m and a width of 9 m. In terms of size and shape, it is possible to create, for example, a low-maintenance English garden. The sun will shine on the garden from the southwest to the northwest.
In front of the house is a guarded parking lot with a barrier, where you can rent a parking space (latest information 1000 CZK / month). Otherwise, the establishment of a parking space is not required for the reconstruction of the house.
Interior for example 7 + kk (why not ..?)
Although the house looks very subtle from the street, the fact is that its future living space can reach up to 150 square meters, provided, of course, the full use of the attic.