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Located in the centre of Warsaw at Hoża 42 street, this luxury townhouse was erected in 1895 and was modelled on 17th century palaces. Since the estate is listed in the register of historic monuments, all renovation works were conducted under the supervision of conservation authorities. An additional fifth storey was added to the original four-storey building. The extra floor houses a 400 m2 penthouse with terraces and a guesthouse. The whole townhouse was divided into 16 apartments, the majority of which were designed to mirror the original interior concept.
The finished apartments feature wooden mosaic floors and restored, decorative stucco work on ceilings. There were also fireplaces or tiled stoves installed in selected apartments. The estate’s façade was meticulously restored and its original box windows were replaced with their modern copies. Internal, 3 meter high carved doors were kept and restored. The building was fitted with new utility systems, including air conditioning. There is an original, restored sandstone staircase leading to each floor, lined with French woven carpet runners. Vintage stairwells feature decorative details, such as hand-forged railings, reliefs, and colourful stained glass windows.
All original classic elements of individual apartments can be freely adjusted (and modified) to the tastes of the owners.
The hallmark of the townhouse is its renovated, original wrought iron gate from 1894 which leads to the air-conditioned reception area and to the enclosed courtyard, turned into a Milano style garden with an abundance of trees, shrubs and seasonal flowers. Facing the courtyard, the ground floor holds utility rooms for residents, a lounge area, a well-equipped gym, a sauna and a beautiful swimming pool with a countercurrent system. Residents can also use an underground car park with a direct connection to Hoża street.
...of the building holds a 400 m2 penthouse with a ceiling height of 3.5 to 8 metres. It is surrounded by terraces which can be easily turned into gardens and orangeries by new owners. One of the terraces features a 30 m2 guesthouse with a separate entrance. The penthouse offers a breath-taking view of the centre of Warsaw.
There are two commercial establishments located on the ground level: “Aromat”, a traditional French bakery owned by Beata and Maciej Adamczyk and “Fryzjerzy 1909”, a hair salon run by two master hairdressers from Warsaw – Katarzyna Poniatowska-Miłek and Darek Miłek.
Apart from the bakery and the hair salon, which can be entered only from the frontside, the estate holds no other commercial premises.
Hoża 42 is located at close vicinity to Warsaw’s popular landmarks, such as the Łazienki Park, the Palace of Culture and Science, as well as the Trzech Krzyży and Zbawiciela Squares.
Other places within walking distance include the Centre of Contemporary Art (CSW), the Zachęta National Gallery of Art, the Museum of Modern Art (MSN), the Grand Theatre – National Opera and the Warsaw Philharmonic.