This modern yet already historical Functionalist gem was built in the 1940s in one of Brno's most exclusive residential neighborhoods. It is a close neighbor of the fascinating Villa Tugendhat, a Unesco World Heritage Site. The villa is large enough to accommodate multi-generational living. Spread out over four floors, the interior has a grand total of seven bedrooms and multiple sitting rooms. Its several terraces face the large back garden and provide envious views of the center of Brno and many of the city's landmarks. Partly furnished and with beautiful parquet floors, it has a modern kitchen and gorgeous main living and dining room with access to a terrace perfect for al fresco dining. Its many windows keep the interior bright with plenty of natural light, and some of its unique architectural features, such as the column of luxfer prism glass, serve to illuminate spaces such as the hallway, staircase, and entryway. There are two separate entrances, one of which has a preserved circular window above it. Other interesting exterior features include the metal hipped roof, travertine cladding, and garage for two cars. The villa's grounds border the gardens of two listed properties, guaranteeing total peace and tranquility. Useable area: 596.64 sq. m., built-up area: 470 sq. m., courtyard: 330 sq. m., garden: 1,955 sq. m., plot: 2,425 sq. m.