Chateau OKOLIČNÉ – historical building in Liptovský Mikuláš
The building has undergone reconstructions in various historical periods from the 17th century to the present and is registered as a national cultural monument in the General List of Monuments. The building of the chateau with four above-ground and one underground floors also includes the maintained park with area of 15,261 m2 with valuable woods and a building for caretaker.
The building is located in the heart of Liptov region, on a flat, fenced and maintained land in a touristy area with excellent transport accessibility.
Region: Liptovský Mikuláš
Distance from Bratislava: 289km Distance from Žilina: 90km
Floor area of main building:
Usable floor area: 2 173 m2
Built-up area: 1385m2
Total area of lands: 15 261m2
The current chateau is a block building of rectangular floorplan, with two full-usable storeys and a loft with mansard roof, a large part of the building is underground. On all four corners of the first floor, there are the cylindrical bay windows with rectangular wooden windows on the ground floor and stone chambranles with a strip, a profiled upper and lower window cornice on the first floor.
The center of the building consists of a renaissance hall, from which are accessible the rooms on the ground floor and upper floors through staircase. The rooms in the ground floor are vaulted with barrel vaults with lunettes and profiled stucco combs. On the vaults are placed combed stucco frames in the form of mirror. On the first and second floor, there are flat ceilings. All the plasters in the building are new after renovation, including insulation and installation.
The building is built on rock foundations, without signs of ground moisture after complete reconstruction with application of peripheral insulation.
Vertical load bearing constructions are made of massive sandstone stone masonry with thickness 75 -110 cm, in the underground floor and on the ground floor, there is original vaulted ceiling construction repaired in 1984, ceiling constructions above the second floor are made of steel rolled “I” beams and wide bent steel profiles with perlite concrete, ceiling construction above the third floor is made of steel beams with ceramic inserts HURDIS, the wooden beam ceiling in one room on the third floor is decorated.
The roof is of simple hip type with roofing of copper sheet, the staircase is made of reinforced concrete currently covered with a cement screed. All floors are interconnected by an elevator shaft. Basement is divided into three interconnected rooms and can serve as a restaurant area.
New wooden windows with double vacuum glazing and metal entrance doors. The interior doors are not completed. The floors in the building are not currently finished except for new ceramic floor tiling in 18 bathrooms in the accommodation area of the 2nd and 3rd floor. The bathrooms in the accommodation area are lined with ceramic wall tiling, equipped with steel white baths and lined with new ceramic gres wall tiling. Sanitary rooms on the 1st floor, including kitchen rooms are not equipped.
The building has central hot-water heating through steel panel radiators. The source of heating and hot utility water is not completed. Light and motoric electrical installation with fuses. All living spaces are equipped with new low-voltage cabling to regulate the heating of individual rooms from central point, Internet connection and TV cable distribution. The building has functional lightning conductors and copper sheet metal constructions. Chimneys have undergone reconstruction and are equipped with a stainless steel insert.
Lime smooth exterior plaster, at the height of the ground floor with a remediation core, interior smooth plasters, on the 2nd and 3rd floor with thermoinsulating core with thickness 30 mm.