For sale in the center 6-room office apartment 141 sq.m Warsaw, Mokotów district, st. Madalinskyego
2 500 000zł
- $: 609082
- €: 558565
- ₴: 22491122
2 500 000zł
Year of construction: 1976
Area: 141 sq.m
Number of rooms: 6
Number of toilets: 2
Surface parking: 5
Room height: 260.00
Type of kitchen: Closed with a window
Light Kitchen: Yes
Technical condition: excellent
wall type: plaster
Floor type: parquet
Other types of flooring: granite
Windows type: PVC
Home Appliances: Yes
Price (PLN): 1350.00
The offer is addressed to: Suitable for both office and apartment.
Price sq. meters: PLN 17,730.50/m2
Description of the apartment
The apartment is currently converted into an office.
Currently, 141 m2 are located:
29 m2 conference room (for 30 people - equipped with a projector and screen),
39.5 m2 open space (4 office spaces + office secretary),
25 m2 working room (8 office spaces),
16 m2 working room (4 workplaces) with access to the loggia,
10 m2 study also with access to the loggia,
6 m2 assistant's room,
5 m2 kitchen with amenities (sink, dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave oven)
7 m2 accounting (1 office station),
female toilet 2 m2,
men's toilet 1.5 m2,
loggia 7 m2,
high basement 8 m2, to which the elevator descends.
Very sunny place - windows to the south and west, air conditioning. Elevator to basement and garages.
The building is wheelchair accessible.
It is possible to rent about a dozen parking spaces under the building. It is possible to park 8-10 cars in a closed yard.
Only one room per floor, ideal for an apartment or a prestigious office.
Pvc windows (facing the loggia with closed blinds).
The floor is granite and oak parquet.
The place is in very good condition, fully furnished and equipped.
All furniture, wardrobes, numerous cases, lighting and equipment are designed and made to order.
A few words from history:
The building was erected in the 1970s, it was built mainly for employees of the Office of the Council of Ministers, it had an underground garage for a dozen cars, which then bore signs of luxury.
The house at Madalińskiego 50/52 in Stary Mokotów is a cross-section of the history of the People's Republic of Poland and the Third Republic of Poland over the past 50 years.
The apartment was originally intended for prof. Victor Zina. Then the well-known Polish composer and conductor Jerzy Satanowski moved into the premises.
In 1997, the apartment was bought by the WOŚP Foundation and for 10 years it housed the orchestra.
In 2007/2008, the new owners carried out a major renovation of the premises, turning it into an office space.