We are delighted to offer you the historic villa of Ernest Solvay from 1906 with a total of 10.000 m2 of land.
Ernest Gaston Joseph Solvay was a belgian chemist, industrialist, entrepreneur, philanthropist, senator and also a holder of the belgian honorary title of state minister. He was the owner of several patents and most notably he improved the technology of sparkling soda production. Several dozens of factories were built by him worldwide and one of them in the Neštěmice part of Ustí nad Labem. This historic villa might have been the headquarters for that factory.
This representative villa built with extensive and timeless craftsmanship in Heimatstil style has a total of 4 floors with a total floor area of 600 m2.
The entire interior of the building is awaiting reconstruction but the original historic character is still strongly present. The inside spaces are all very unusual and non-typical as expected from this type of building. The image gallery will give you the clearest idea of what to expect. As time progressed the uses of rooms on the first floor included entertainment and socializing (home cinema, pool tables etc.), a recording studio or storage spaces. This floor also featured a swimming pool and a sauna.
The second floor is dominated by a grand staircase with notable railings and a spacious corridor. Next to that there was a kitchen, a dining room, living room with a fireplace and other spaces that possibly functioned as a music saloon or a winery. The third floor features bedrooms, dressing rooms, bathrooms and a lovely terrace. There is also a spacious attic above.