Naglergasse 10

1010 Vienna

The plans were drawn up by Oskar Laske, a student of Otto Wagner. The house shows clear characteristics of the Art Nouveau period. Due to the narrow gap in the building, there is only room for one rental property on each floor.

The bright two-room apartment on the top floor has been completely renovated. It overlooks both Naglergasse and Bognergasse towards the courtyard. The renovation work was carried out entirely under the management of ÖRAG. The central location ensures ideal transport connections and offers numerous opportunities for shopping and leisure activities.

History: The earliest documentary mention of this house dates back to 1439. In the 16th century, the house came into the possession of the City of Vienna. After further sales, the property ended up in the ownership of a foundation.