At the Post Office
Town square on one side, rampart on the other. The permanently flooded cellars of this house still remember the promotion of this North Bohemian medieval fortress to the Royal Town by Charles IV. Prior to the last conversion to offices, this house served as a post office and this identity remained among the locals - 'off to the post office'. This motivated us to keep some of it in the interior. The owners will reward the house with the ideal textbook design. A shop on the ground floor, piano nobile with their own living quarters on the first floor. Full renovation, interior design.