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Historic villa Lützow in the original Empire style, Karlovy Vary

Historic villa Lützow in the original Empire style, Karlovy Vary

Historic villa Lützow in the original Empire style, Karlovy Vary

ID: 0712

  • Living space 468 sqm
  • Plot 2681 sqm
  • Bathrooms 4
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Price On request

More information about the property

  • Villa in classicist Empire style from 1844
  • Complete reconstruction in 2003
  • Custom-made furniture from the Italian designer Francesco Molone
  • White marble fireplace
  • Silk upholstery
  • Belgian tapestries
  • Parking for 6 cars

More information about the property

Czech Republic Sotheby's Int. Realty offers for sale a historic villa in Karlovy Vary, built in 1844 in the classicist Empire style by Karlovy Vary builder Johann Knoll for the German baron August von Lützow.

This architecturally significant work was the first villa built in Karlovy Vary and northwestern Bohemia. The villa is located high on the southwestern rocky slope of Tříkřížové vrch, offering breathtaking views of the colonnade and the historic center of Karlovy Vary.

The first floor of the villa features a welcoming entrance hall with bespoke furniture, chandeliers and works of art or a representative hall with gilded elements, located in the central position of the villa with double height ceilings and a white marble fireplace. On the same floor, we also find a study, a conservatory, a separate kitchen and a dining room.

The upper floor serves as a space for relaxation, there is a salon lit by a wide window with access to a terrace with three circular windows, a boudoir, three private bedrooms, two dressing rooms and a guest room.

The villa offers three bathrooms lined with white and black marble and green onyx and four balconies. A relaxation room with sauna and jacuzzi is available in the basement for future owners.

Surrounding the villa is a romantic terraced garden with a promenade, imitations of two bastions, many mysterious corners, gazebos, statues, an observation tower and a rotunda.

Location - West Bohemia, Karlovy Vary

Karlovy Vary is the most visited Czech spa town and was founded by Emperor Charles IV. as early as 1350. From 2021 they are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The town offers typical spa architecture and a colonnades with hot springs with fifteen healing springs. In Karlovy Vary you will find the city theater, museums and galleries, schools, sports fields and golf courses, restaurants, bistros and bars, or the largest Czech glass factory Moser.

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