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RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Czech Republic
Custom Detached House, Prague 5 Stodulky

RE/MAX offers you this incredible custom built detached brick home in Prague 5 Stodulky, 3 minutes by bus to metro station Hurka. This beautiful 7+3 home was built in 1998 from the highest quality materials; soundproof insulation, 22mm hardwood flooring, tile heating, handmade railings, solid oak doors and much more. Can be divided into 3 separate living units(excellent rental income potential), 2 car garage, swimming pool with counter current, sauna, partially finished gym and basement bar. Absolutely too much to list, not your average home!

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Copyright: Jeffrey Martin
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 6600x3300
Uppladdad: 04/09/2008
Uppdaterad: 02/06/2014
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Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
Jeffrey Martin
RD - Praha 5, Stodůlky
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