New apartments for sale in Prague 8

In the past, Libeň was teeming with romantic historical manors and vineyards. Some of them have even been preserved and contribute to the unique atmosphere of the modern and rapidly-developing neighbourhood of today. With its position in the wider centre of Prague, it ensures excellent accessibility and diverse civic amenities. Thus it has become an increasingly popular place to build new apartments – you can also find them in the Koti Libeň development project.

The developed network of tram and bus lines simplifies travel directly to the city centre or to the Palmovka (B line) or Prosek (C line) metro stations. The locality can boast of several preschools and elementary schools, a high school and a university, as well as playgrounds. There are also, of course, important public services: a post office, city council, medical clinic and the Bulovka Hospital. There are a large number of shops, restaurants and cafés in the vicinity for shopping or sitting with friends and family.

There is also no lack of opportunities for active leisure activities. You can bike or roller skate along the popular cycling path leading along the Rokytka stream or along the Vltava River to Troja and Stromovka. If you are looking for long walks in nature, you can head to one of the many parks, such as Pod Korábem or Pekařka – a spring named after a former vineyard and former manor, as well as to the natural monument Prosecké skaly with its several vistas. You can also head out to the Vltava River past the exquisite Rococo Libeň Chateau to the Thomayer Gardens with a nature trail, lookout and a playground. The rope course and bob-sleigh track will provide you with a rush of adrenaline. Connoisseurs of culture will enjoy the popular local Divadlo pod Palmovkou Theatre.

If you are looking for modern apartments in a pleasant neighbourhood close to nature, take a look at the offer of apartments for sale in Prague 8. YIT offers a professional approach, high quality and modern standards in the sale of apartments in Prague.