Gdynia - Mały Kack Żniwna Street
288.3 m2 | 6 rooms | 2007 y.
Opiekun oferty
Tomasz Malczewski - Poland Sotheby's International Realty
Offer no: 479151
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typ ogrzewania kominek
CO gazowe
type of construction dom mieszkalny
material pustak ceramiczny
type of window wooden
kitchen separate
garage yes

Unique, exclusive house in Gdynia, in the charming Mały Kack district, overlooking the sea, with exotic gardens inspired by the Indonesian island of Bali.

Location description:

The property is located in Gdynia in a secluded, wooded area of ​​Mały Kack, in an elite housing estate of new detached houses, 5 km from the sea. The Żniwna Street in this part of the street is a closed street, so inaccessible for everyday use vehicle traffic, outside its residents.

Directions very convenient:

- to the bypass Tri-City about 4 kilometers
- To the center of Gdynia about 4 kilometers
- Sopot 6 kilometers
- Gdańsk 19 kilometers
- Plaża Orłowo - 5 kilometers
- To the center of Gdynia about 4 km

- nearest bus stop - 300 m from the property

In the immediate vicinity - also 300 m from the property there are: grocery store, 3 restaurants, hairdresser, fitness and beauty salons.

Land plot description:

Area of ​​615 square meters.

The area is rectangular in shape, favorable shape, armed with installation electric, water supply in the street, flat surface.

The building is located in the middle of the plot, in the eastern part of the garage building. Entrance to the building from the west side. Fenced area.

Garden in the back.

Description of residential building:

Built in 2007, detached house in semi-detached house, no cellar, built in traditional technology.

Steep roof gable roof with wooden construction, covered with ceramic tiles.Concrete foundations, layered outer walls made of ceramic porotherm 24 m insulated with Styrofoam and mineral wool, Teriva reinforced concrete roof, porotherm interior masonry walls.

The building is equipped with:

- electrical installation,

- water supply from the municipal network, hot water from the boiler fed gas,

- sewage installation, - ventilation,

- central heating - gas stove, panel heaters, underfloor heating and convectors built into the floor.

Architectural form:

Building block maintaining the regional style of construction. Large plane of steep roof. Central entrance covered with columns, located on the west side. Facade in pastel color, mahogany window in brown from the outside. Inside fit into the design of the room. Roof cover and Sheet metal in red.

The base of the building and fragments of the stone facade.

General information:

Usable area: 288,30 m 2

Ground floor: 163,80 m 2

Hall, 2 bathrooms, 2 rooms, living room, winter garden, kitchen with dining room, pantry.

Floor: 124,50 m 2

Hall, 3 rooms, dressing room, 1 bathroom, 1 bath room.


The garden and the whole house were designed in Indonesian style by Caroline's Design studio. It has a covered seating area -Gazebo and open. Mattresses are made of waterproof sailboat. Gazebo curtains can be removable. Roof also. The garden has been repeatedly published in magazines around the world - including Brazil, Japan, Korea, Turkey, South Africa, Argentina, China, Thailand, throughout Europe, the United Arab Emirates Arab. Interiors Home interiors designed by Caroline's Design studio.

WINTER GARDEN (as part of the living room)

Most of the products needed for the design were imported from Indonesia interiors. The sandstone wall was carved on Bali specifically for this project and Brought along with the rest of the elements to Poland. High vases were also made for the set. This room is complete with furniture from Banana leaf, mother of pearl lamp and marble mosaic on the floor. Floor light siphons three dimensions of the carved wall, and lateral sconces in Bamboo forms complete the whole. The 4 meter sliding window in this part of the living room opens directly to Asian garden.


In the living room and visible dining room there also appear elements pulled from Indonesia in the form - Sandstone on the fireplace and around the kitchen, vases hollowed out with palm roots and huge Bamboo in them. Exotic wood on the floor mixed with indonesian marble mosaic Creating a warm space. On the whole floor bypassing the wood zone is underfloor heating and Floor convectors under windows. The leisure zone is a real LOUNGE zone with a total area of ​​42 m 2 with a 63 '' TV Panoramic fireplace. All open space LIVING is a total area of ​​93 m 2, and high ceilings (3 m) add space. This section includes three individual BOSE sound zones with calibrated loudspeakers. And the whole ground floor is made in intelligent electric system with various lighting scenes. Double blinds in the windows are controlled by the remote control and the switch on the wall.


The open dining room with kitchen has an area of ​​26 m 2.


The whole hall is an enormous open space of 37 m 2 with circular marble stairs in its center, which makes an impressive impression. It has a vestibule with a wardrobe and a guest toilet. From the hall enter directly into the kitchen, on the way past the pantry and into the monumental living room with a 2.5 meter open entrance.


On the ground floor are two rooms next to each other, which the owners converted into their offices to work. The first of these, the Lady's home of more than 20 square meters, is made in the New York Glamor style with a stylish wall-mounted biofireplace and direct access to the terrace and garden.


The home office of the house is made in the style of the traveler and he has many Interesting items imported from all over the world. Very interesting bookshelves are made from Indian antique old frames of images combined into one patchwork frame. Hand-carved bas-relief carved from Indonesia depicting Hindu figures - Rame and Siwe.


The upper floor consists of two bedrooms of 25 m2 and 29 m2, a spacious 26 m2 bath room and an 11 m2 bathroom with built-in laundry and boiler room. An additional 25 m2 living room, currently arranged in the fitness room, can be used as a sitting room or TV room.

The presented information does not form an offer in the meaning of Art. 66 and 71 of the Civil Code (J. L. 1964, number 16, item 93)