The distinctive dominant feature of the town of Mirošov, situated less than ten kilometers from Rokycany, is a breathtaking Baroque chateau built in 1719-1723 on the site of an original Renaissance fortress.
The entrance courtyard of the chateau is decorated with a fountain located in front of the entrance, with carefully treated roads and flower beds lined by ornamental shrubs. The far side of the building adjoins the English park with mature trees. The chateau and garden area is protected by an enclosure wall with an entrance gate.
The chateau itself is a one-story building with a northern wing built onto the foundations of the original Renaissance residence. In the vaulted entrance hall (112 sqm) is the staircase to the first floor and doors to the both wings. The wooden staircas is lined by balustrade railings. Window niches and indented windowsills are equipped with wooden carvings. Between the entrance to the oval hall and the entrance to the adjacent room is a mirror behind which hides a slim spiral staircase, a secret entrance to the rooms in the tower (77 sqm). This first-floor landing above the staircase leads to seven rooms and the main representative hall (75 sqm), which is located directly above the ground floor in an oval bay. We can enter it through three doors from neighboring rooms and halls. The door is set in richly carved woodcraft, a high point of the social elegance of the castle. The flat ceiling of the hall has rich embossed stucco decoration. A glazed door leads to a balcony lined with stone balustrades overlooking the castle park. In the nothern wing, the original Renaissance cellars with an area of 114.9 sqm have been preserved. They can serve as a wine shop or bar. On the ground floor the owner built a stylish café and bar (86 sqm), as well as toilets and two apartments of 31 sqm and 26 sqm. Four apartments of 42 sqm, 41 sqm, 29 sqm and 40 sqm were created on the first floor.
The homestead also includes two buildings of a former brewery (1 000 sqm and 253 sqm, and cellar 276 sqm) as well as a granary (3 floors of 1 000 sqm and a cellar of 200 sqm) and a residential house with three apartments 4+1 (84 sqm), 5+kt (129 sqm) and utility rooms (174 sqm). The castle properties with adjacent land 5 hectares are suitable for both private housing and business.
In addition to the purchase the castle grounds is possible to offer a great tract land in the Rokycany district with a total area of 380 ha. These lands include fields, forests and ponds.
The town of Mirošov lies in a charming undulating landscape between Prague and Plzeň, directly on the border of the Brdy forest surrounded by beautiful nature and interesting historical monuments. The location is less than an hour driving by car from Prague on the D5 motorway towards Plzeň.