Dlouhá 34

This former burgher house U Borovanských, whose history dates back to the early Middle Ages, is the jewel of Dlouhá Street in Prague 1. And no wonder – it was built in the middle of the 13th century and since then it has been modified to fit the trends that set the direction of the society of those times. It encompasses several historical building styles and is therefore a protected monument and a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992.

The building is currently leased to the Leonardo da Vinci Academy.

Owner: PS Group

1 777 m2  of residental area