The OKOLIČNÉ mansion
Price: On request Region: Liptovský Mikuláš Distance from Bratislava: 289km
The OKOLIČNÉ mansion
Price: On request
Region: Liptovský Mikuláš
Distance from Bratislava: 289km
- Distance from Žilina: 90km
- Liptovská Mara Reservoir: 9,5km
- Aquapark Tatralandia: 7km
- Poprad Airport: 40km (Moscow – Poprad)
- Košice Airport: 175km
- Jasná Ski Resort: 19km
- Štrbské pleso: 44km
- Nearest Ski Resort: 4km
- D1 Highway Exit: 4km
The OKOLIČNÉ mansion:
The OKOLIČNÉ mansion was originally a renaissance mansion. It was built in the 17th century in the place of an older curia built by Ján IV. Older Okoličiansky. Together with the gothic Church of St. Peter of Alcantara it is the dominant feature of the East part of the City of Liptovský Mikuláš – Okoličné city district, located in the popular tourist area with excellent transportation accessibility and view of the High and the Low Tatras.
Location of the mansion:
The mansion is build on a flat, fenced and maintained lot in the vicinity of the Váh river, separated from the main road by a mark with access from three cardinal points. It also has a garden with rare trees. The building underwent reconstructions in different historic periods from the 17th century to the present, and it is registered in the Central Register of the Heritage Fund as a National Cultural Monument. An area of 15,261 m2 with a maintained park with valuable trees and a groundskeeper house belong to the mansion that has four top floors and one underground floor.
History of the mansion:
The inner core of the castle dates back to the 17th century. It has a regular internal layout with an entrance hall in the center and vaults with stucco ridges. The center of the mansion is a Renaissance hall with a fireplace and entrances to other rooms. The knights’ room contains and fireplaces with walls decorated with the family’s coat of arms. The staircase went to the manor and guest rooms. Originally, the building was positioned in the center of a vast garden, however, only a part of the garden to the North of the original mansion has been preserved. The mansion underwent several modifications in the 17th century and gained a Baroque appearance. The second Baroque reconstruction was in 1760, which lead to the construction of the second floor, the entrance portal and the corner window bays with onion roof. The facade changed its appearance. Painted built-up columns and decorative pilasters were added. Despite these two Baroque reconstructions the mansion preserved its Renaissance nature with corner window bays and Renaissance windows. The Okoličné mansion gradually underwent an extensive reconstruction since 2002, whereby a service building was added and trees were planted in the garden to enlarge it to its current area of 1.25 ha.
Technical condition of the mansion:
The current mansion is a block building with a rectangular ground plan with two full-featured floors and an attic with a mansard roof; a large part of the building has a basement. All four corners of the first floor have protruding cylindrical window bays on consoles. There are rectangular wooden windows on the ground floor that have stone chambranle with a windowsill above and below the window on the first floor.
Total area of non-residential premises without the cellar: 1,983.69 m2
Net usable area: 1,385 m2,
Built-up area of the mansion: 7,363 m3,
Total land area: 15,261 m2
|Area of individual floors of the building:|
|Underground (cellar)||189,13 m2|
|Ground floor||491,4 m2|
|Floor 1||509,49 m2|
|Floor 2||491,4 m2|
|Floor 3 /attic/||491,4 m2|
|Total area||2 172,82 m2|
According to the current project, the building has a capacity of 27 double-bed rooms with bathrooms, distributed equally on 3 floors. There are spaces for kitchen, dining area, entrance hall with a reception, lounge with a bar, men‘s and women’s toiled on the ground and the first floor.
The center of the building consists of a Renaissance entrance hall with access to rooms on the ground floor and a staircase to the upper floors. The ground floor rooms have wagon vaults with lunettes and profiled stucco ridges. There are stucco-ridged frames in the form of mirrors on the surface of the vault. There are straight ceilings on the first and the second floor. All plasters in the building are new after the reconstruction including insulation and installation.
The building has stone foundations without signs of moisture after a complex reconstruction that included enclosure insulation. Vertical load-bearing structures are massive masonry constructed from sandstone with a thickness of 75 -110 cm. Ceiling on the ground and the first floor are original vaults repaired in 1984. Ceiling on the second floor is made of steel pressed I-beams, wide bent steel profiles with perlite concrete and ceiling on the third floor is a wooden beamed ceiling with a nice finish.
The roof is purlin hipped made of copper sheets. The staircase is made of reinforced concrete and currently it has cement screed flooring. An elevator shaft connects all floors. The cellars are divided into three interconnected rooms and can serve as a restaurant section.
The windows are new, wooden, with a vacuum double glass. The entrance door is made of metal. Interior doors are not made. Floors in the building are currently not made, with the exception of the new ceramic tiles in the 18 bathrooms in the accommodation section on the second and third floor. Bathrooms in the accommodation section are lined with ceramic tiles and have white steel bathtubs and a new gres ceramic lining. Sanitation facilities on the first floor including the kitchen have no equipment.
The building has a central hot water heating using steel plate radiators. There is no source for heating or hot water. There are electric installations for light and motive power with fuse automats. All living areas are equipped with new low-current cable circuits to regulate heating of individual rooms from a single center, and telephone, Internet and TV cables. The building has functional lightning conductor and plumbing structures made of copper sheets. Chimneys have been reconstructed and now have stainless steel liners.
The outer plaster is smooth lime at the height of the ground floor with a sanitation core. Interior plaster is also smooth, with a thermal-insulating core 30 mm thick on the second and third floor.
Groundskeeper house – this family house is in the original complex of the Okoličné mansion in its South-East part. It is a separate building, with a partial basement with one above-the-ground floor. The building is unused at present, in a preserved condition with new roofing. The interior will have to be reconstructed for the building to be usable again.
Fencing on the West and South side of the lot, which was reconstructed in 1984, is on concrete foundation with concrete masonry.
Connections of engineering networks:
- Sewer connection
- Water connection
- Gas connection
- Telecommunications connection
All connections to the object are fully functional and maintained.
The total area of the mansion, including the park and facilities, is 15,261 m2, of which built up areas are: 10,349 m2 and gardens 4,912 m2.