Luxury Apartment in Prague for Rent

  • Floor area: Three-bedroom apartment 115,9 m², private terrace 9 m² + storage 1.9 m². I recommend that you view this beautiful place.
  • Location: Prague City Center

I am the owner and I offer for long time rent an extraordinary three-bedroom apartment in a luxurious location in Prague City Center. It has a wonderful view and excellent accessibility to all areas of Prague using the metro, tram, or bus. All civic amenities within easy reach. Suitable for a family or as a luxury executive apartment.

This is a loft in a historical pre-war apartment building which has undergone complete renovation, including an elevator. Thanks to this, the operating costs are low.

The apartment is oriented to the southwest. On the 6th floor there is a hallway with a beautiful, wide, wooden staircase and on the 7th floor there is another hallway offering a wide range of uses as well as a dressing room, a living room with a dining room and kitchenette, a bedroom, another room, a separate toilet, a bathroom with a corner bath and shower, and another toilet. The terrace is accessible from the main room and bedroom.

Your own gas water heater, air conditioning, aluminum roller security shutters, awning, security entrance door, CCTV system throughout the building.

One of the many advantages of the apartment is the private terrace with a view of the Zizkov and Petrin towers, the Church of the Sacred Heart of Our Lord and the top of St. Vitus's Cathedral at Prague Castle. Another advantage is the silence, because all the windows face a beautiful courtyard of buildings typical for Prague City Center.

The apartment is equipped with a kitchenette with an induction stove, dishwasher, and American fridge.

You have the option to rent a garage in the courtyard!

Real estate agents, please do NOT contact me!


  • Minimum rental period: 3 weeks
  • Ownership: Private Property
  • Location of the building: Centre of the City
  • Floors: 7th floor out of 8 including 1 underground
  • Apartment type: Duplex
  • Loft conversion: YES
  • Elevator: YES
  • Barrier-free: NO
  • Construction: Brick
  • Condition of the building: Very good
  • Heating: Central gas heating
  • Gas: Individual
  • Water: Remote water supply
  • Waste: Public sewerage
  • Electricity: 230V / 380V
  • Telecommunications: Internet, Cable TV
  • Furtinute: Fully equipped
  • Transport: Train, Highway, Road, Public transport, Bus
  • Communication: Asphalt

Areas / Dimesions

  • Usable area: 125 m²
  • Floor area: 116 m²
  • Private terrace: 9 m²
  • Storage: 2 m²

Rooms and their floor areas:

  • entrance: 3.09 m²
  • staircase: 7.86 m²
  • stairs: 8.16 m²
  • corridor: 21.31 m²
  • living room: 26.23 m²
  • room: 15.41 m²
  • private terrace: 9.0 m²
  • room: 15.63 m²
  • toilet: 1.28 m²
  • bathroom: 8.92 m²
  • dressing room: 8.09 m²


EUR 490 per week

Can Foreigners Buy Real Estate in the Czech Republic?
What are the conditions for Getting a Mortgage?

Foreigners looking to purchase real estate in the Czech Republic may wonder about their eligibility to buy property and obtain a mortgage in the country. The good news is that foreign nationals are generally allowed to buy real estate in the Czech Republic without restrictions, whether it's residential or commercial property. However, there are some restrictions on agricultural land purchases, as they require special permits from the relevant authorities.

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