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Statenicky Mlyn
Czech Republic

Family villas are organised in a linear fashion following the natural contours of the valley and stream which provides a boundary to the rear of the development. Extensive landscaped areas, mature trees and use of space is as generous as the leafy setting. Whatever type of home you choose to live in at Statenicky Mlyn you can be sure that its cosmopolitan style, design and quality of specification equals the best in Europe.

A collection of 32 luxury family homes, 21 town houses and 37 apartments set around a contemporary village square, close to the heart of Prague.

Amongst the proposed shops in the village square are a delicatessen, florist, drycleaner, cafe, patisserie, beauty spa, a waterside restaurant with terrace bar and a creche. A fully equipped gymnasium will be available for the residents' sole use.

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Taken: 09/12/2006
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Updated: 02/06/2014
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