Chocolate industrialist Jan Rudolf Pachl, founder of the Orion factory, had a summer residence built for his family in the 1930s, designed by the architect Vladimír Líman, a house which to this day, retains its period charm. The 300 sqm house features heated floors and a cellar converted into a relaxing oasis with a sauna thanks to a sensitive renovation dating from 1996. Thanks to a generous driveway, you will be greeted by the atmosphere of the First Czechoslovak Republic immediately upon entering. The ground floor is the communal part of the house, with a living room, a fireplace, a kitchenette, and a dining area. On summer days, a floor of white marble in combination with tiles served as a refuge from the heat. Four bedrooms and two bathrooms located on the upper floors of the house flow into an interesting attic space with a view of the garden. A unique added value to the property is the 4,000 m2 garden with 120-year-old beech trees, native conifers and shrubs, and an unorthodox century-old catalpa. A separate cottage with a living area of over 60 m2, which can be used for guests, staff, or multi-generational living, is situated in the front part of the garden.