A prewar house at a prime location in Senjak area, hidden from the eyes by small forest. The house is designed by a famous Serbian architect, built in 1902 and has maintained the bohemian look although renovated.
The ground levels consists of a spacious living room with an exit to the terrace, a separated kitchen with pantry and a toilet. The first floor hosts three bedrooms, one of them being master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet, while the other two spacious bedrooms feature either walk-in closet or en-suite bathroom.
The house is nested on a 1660 sq m plot with ample greenery offering a lot of wrought iron and stone.