apartment Soukenicka 44 is
located in a remodeled attic nestled beneath a
partially reconstructed renaissance roof over 500
years old, which contributes to its unique
interior. It also provides magnificent views of
This attic space has been converted into an
two-story apartment of over 90m²
accommodating 5 people or less.
In order to preserve its architectural
authenticity, no walls were built within the
apartment, which is entirely open with the
exception of a separated bathroom. A bedroom with
sleeping arrangements for 3
people is located on a loft. For
2 people a marriage bed is located in
the living room.
The kitchen is equipped
with modern amenities, including a glass
ceramic hot plate with sensor-based
operation, a microwave oven, a
refrigerator with a freezer, a kettle,
and cooking utensils. At the table is
place for 6 persons.
The living room is
connected to the kitchen and is equipped
with a sofa, a desk, a double-bed, a TV
set and a stereo. The ladder leading to
the loft is original to the building.
The bedroom is laid on
beams. It is equipped with three low beds
The bathroom and toilet
have wooden flooring, walls and ceilings.
It is equipped with a shower, towels,
washing machine, a towel-dryer and a