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Out of the fifteen manors and smaller castles in Samobor, Villa Atrium is one of the rare buildings which was reconstructed. It was owned by the famous Croatian writer, historian and founder, and the first president of the Yugoslav Olympic Committee Franjo Bučar. The architect of villa Atrium is unknown, but it is known that it was built upon the orders of Samobor Mayor Ljudevit Šmidhen around 1880. He invited the famous horticulturist, Ignatz Zistler to live there and to form the Samobor parks and gardens. The modern reconstruction of the villa Atrium began in 1996, at the same time when a new facility began to be built at the same spot where the economic facilities used to be. Newly renovated and newly-built objects were finished and placed in the function in 2008. On a property of 7319 square meters today, there are two modern, functional objects, with two entrances, and parking space for 20 vehicles. Villa Atrium is a family nest, with a modern and functional concept of lavish living. The entry floor consists of four large, airy salon rooms, a kitchen with a storage and two bathrooms. The upper floor consists of the master bedroom with wardrobe and en-suite bathroom, two additional bedrooms, each with an exit to the balcony, and a bathroom. In the basement, there are a wine cellar, a tavern, a wellness and spa room with a whirlpool bath and a large Finnish sauna, as well as two additional bathrooms, in addition to the technical room, laundry room. The garages and storage rooms are located on the ground floor of the economic facility. On the first floor, there is one larger apartment of 100 square meters with a beautiful view of the Atrium villa and the property, which includes a living room, a kitchen and two bedrooms with a bathroom and one smaller 30 square meters apartment. There is a possibility of connecting the apartments. With small cosmetic treatments and furnishing of the interior, villa Atrium can become an idyllic family estate.