Hamilton May presents elegant apartments in the historic, entirely renovated town house, located in the prestigious location on the Royal Road.
Kamienica Ordynacka was built between 1911 and 1912 and was one of the most prestigious buildings of the time. Its construction was sponsored by Ludwika Czartoryska - the architectural design was most probably created by Henryk Julian Gay.
In 1914 - a pension of Laura Colonna-Walewska was situated here (in the corner townhouse - Okólnik 11 A). Between the first and second world war, the Prime Minister of Poland - Władysław Grabski was also living here. During the second world war the building was partially damaged - the southeastern corner was demolished and the entire wooden roof burned.
The investment was developed in three stages. The first stage included the renovation of interiors as well as the courtyard and staircase entrances. The second stage included converting the attic area into a habitable space, which eventually lead to creating 10 apartments – between 36 and 220 m². the building’s facade has also been entirely renovated. The final stage brought the damaged corner of the building back to its former glory. .
Kamienica Ordynacka is located in one of the most prestigious areas in the entire city. There are many historic facilities located nearby such as Ostrogskich Castle, Museum of Fryderyk Chopin, Bohdan Wodiczko Square, as well as Music University. The entire area also offers spectacular views over the river, as well as Świętokrzyski Bridge.
The size of available apartments vary from 32 to 220 m². All apartments have very tall ceilings: between 2.9 to 3.1 m in top floor apartments and over 3m in all the remaining apartments.
Hamilton May invites all parties interested in purchasing the properties in this unique location to reach out in order to obtain more information or arrange a viewing.