Villa Roma is an exclusive residence, designed and finished with the most attention to detail to meet the needs and expectations of the most demanding connoisseurs of real estate.
The project was built on the basis of historic patterns of Roman villa architecture - Villa Urbana - and the interiors were finished with a slight accent of modernism.
This combination of architectural styles gives the whole design a uniqueness and makes it an ideal place for people who appreciate noble, tasteful, yet intriguing statements.
The main goals that led to the design of the building were convenience and intimacy. According to the assumptions, the layout and size of the premises allow organizations to larger family or business meetings, but at the same time the building's surroundings provide a sense of privacy.
The house is located in the vicinity of Arkadia Park and Krolikarnia Palace, surrounded by numerous green areas. The closest neighborhood is a residential area, intimate and safe with low buildings away from the hustle and bustle of the city center, yet close to Puławska and Sobieskiego streets provide excellent communication with the city center.
The building has two storeys. The lower one, which has an area of approximately 250 square meters, represents a representative function. A large living room with a fireplace, a spacious dining room for organizing parties and a conservatory are also here. On the ground floor there is also a spacious kitchen, a TV room and a study room. There are also utility rooms and a double garage.
The upper floor of approximately 250 square meters is private. The main bedroom is adjoining a large dressing room, a bath room with a separate sauna, a toilet and an intimate terrace. On this floor there is a living room, three bedrooms designed for children, an office, an additional two bathrooms. The upper floor also has a common area with a kitchenette and a spacious library hall with access to.
The residence is finished, furnished and equipped. According to the design and execution of a prestigious architectural office carrying out projects across Europe, particularly in luxury properties in Paris and London.
High quality materials are used to finish the home.
On floors: quartz sinter, stone and oak parquet.
On the walls: quartz sinter, stone and decorative plaster.
Most movable furniture and custom made lighting according to individual design.
The kitchen is made of the most durable material available on the market of the Dekton Aura conglomerate.
Fully equipped with audio-visual media room.
The whole creates an extremely elegant and comfortable, ready-to-live space.
Total area: 500 square meters
Plot area: 1117 square meters
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