A luxurious villa at 10 Rajców Street, known to the inhabitants of Warsaw as "Ochabówka", integrated into Skarpa Warszawska at the foot of the New Town, was still put up for sale in great shape.
The villa on Rajców 10 street, although it dates back to the times of the Polish People's Republic, looks modern and effective. It contains an internal atrium, and from the side of the escarpment there is a spectacular view of the Vistula and the opposite bank. In 1997, the facility was completely modernized without disturbing the cubature of the building, and at the same time through far-reaching internal transformations to achieve the maximum usable space for the creation of a prestigious seat companies. Today, from "Ochabówka" we can see the silhouette of the National Stadium .
Fun fact: In 1971 the villa "appeared" in the comedy film "Wanted, wanted".
A bit about history ...
The residence was built in 1966, designed by Zygmunt Stępiński for the then Chairman of the State Council - Edward Ochab, which gave it the name "Ochabówka". Willa, due to her then unconventional appearance, aroused great controversy and envy. Ultimately, Ochab never lived in a stylish villa in Rajców. Apparently the cause was her excessive luxury . From 1997. the building is the seat of the POL-MOT company. It was then modernized, adapted to offices, conference rooms and other amenities.
The building is situated on a plot of 2,942 m 2. The usable area of the building is 1,143.4 m 2 in total, including:
- office 463.7 m 2
- conference room 102.0 m 2
- reception area 226.4 m 2
- and auxiliary communication 351.3 m 2
- 150 m 2 of garden reception terraces functionally connected to the building's ground floor
In addition, the property is equipped with 11 parking spaces in the internal parking lot. In the garden, rich in plant cover, there is also a free-standing fireplace/grill perfectly integrated into the whole.
For more details, please contact us by e-mail: