This historic gem is as centrally located as you can get! View the Market Square tower clock from your own private balcony and from your living room. In this apartment you will definitely feel the energy of Ukraine’s favorite city! Just head downstairs and enjoy all the amazing things that Lviv has to offer from restaurants, shopping, cafes and historical tours you will never run out of things to do that are just steps away from this historical apartment. Well appointed and a little quirky, this apartment is will transport you back in time while you enjoy the city of Lions.
Enter this apartment building from the centuries old door, through a well lit hallway and up the old wooden stairs, they are creaky and original, but it is an adventure worth taking. Once you get to the second floor you find the apartment door. Inside there is a light and airy foyer with original parquet floors. On the wall is well framed artwork by a local Lviv artist. There is a wardrobe and coat hanger to put your things. To the right is the kitchen and to the left is the living room.
In the spacious living room, you can sit on the couch, look out the window and tell the time on Market Square Tower clock (Ratusha)! The living room couch pulls out to a double bed to sleep two comfortable and on the wall is a television. The living room also includes art from local Lviv artists as well as a beautiful (locked) bookcase full of classics.
In the oversized bedroom there is a king sized bed set in an ancient hardwood platform frame as well as a matching hardwood vanity. The spacious wardrobe is big enough for the most notorious over packer and it contains a full length mirror. Between the black-out curtains sits a comfortable couch that also pulls out to a double bed. But the highlight of the room is the private balcony that overlooks one of Lviv’s oldest and most famous streets! Lviv is famous for it’s balconies, but few people get to enjoy their own private balcony in the historic city center.
The elongated kitchen has an expansive counter to prepare food and drinks. The kitchen is bright and airy and contains a window to the interior courtyard, this is great for both natural light and for creating a nice breeze. There is a gas stove and oven, a large refrigerator and freezer as well as an electric teapot. The kitchen table has bench seats and could snugly fit up to six.
While not the most spacious room in this ancient apartment, the bathroom is clean and bright and it contains everything one needs. With a shower curtain in the bathtub and a regularly maintained boiler, the water pressure is good and the water is piping hot. There is also a small clothes washer to get some laundry done on the go.