It has long been known that many homes in the Tri-City reach sky-high prices. The most expensive house on our classifieds website costs a whopping 16 million PLN. We take a look at the most valuable houses in the Tri-City and what makes them stand out.
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Little is known about the most expensive aftermarket home listing on our classifieds website. The property is located in the first line of development, overlooking Gdańsk Bay, at ul. Przebendowski in Orlowo. It has an area of 416 m², two floors and has seven rooms. The residents enjoy the tranquility of the climate of Orłowo, the surrounding greenery and the immediate vicinity of the beach.
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The second most expensive house for sale in the Tri-City is Willa Werner, whose construction began in 1891 at the request of Leon Władysław Piotrowski, owner of chocolate factories, sugar factories and the “Michałowice” refinery, among others. The industrialist bought the plot for a summer residence for his family. The palace building with garden was designed by the architect Wilhelm Werner. Its construction was completed before the summer season of 1892.
– Particularly noteworthy, apart from the interior of the building, is the Classicist arbor, supported by Corinthian columns. Called the Temple of Reflection or the Arbor of Aphrodite, designed by the Sopot architect Carl Kupperschmitt, it appeared in the garden in 1897. Over the years, the villa housed several consulates, incl. American, Swedish and Brazilian – explains Marcin Marczak from, supply manager, real estate specialist at Invilla.
The area of the whole building is 530 square meters, and the garden occupies an area of 1.7 thousand square meters. m² The facility consists of two floors and a basement with residential function. On the ground floor there are five rooms, one with a balcony and the other with access to the garden, hall, bathroom with shower and toilet, as well as a utility room. Also on the first floor there are five rooms. Two of them have access to the balcony. On this floor there is also a kitchen and a spacious hallway. In the basement there is a utility room and additional living space.
The height of the ground floor and part of the first floor is even 3.7 m, the basement is 2.4 to 2.5 m. In some rooms original frescoes on the ceilings and beautifully decorated stucco have been preserved.
The villa is located in the heart of Sopot, but also surrounded by greenery. The building and gazebo of Aphrodite are registered in the Register of Monuments.