This house in Svatopluka Čecha Street is a two-story building with one flat on each floor. Although the flats are both much smaller, their internal layout basically corresponds to the spatial arrangements for the house at 485 Fügnerova Street. Behind the entrance is the central corridor (hallway) opening onto three rooms (four on the first floor), a kitchen and bathroom. The side staircase is also located on the left of the building, and combines a passageway that also connects to the street and back garden, the design of which also formed an aspect of the planning documents. We might also recognise an identical detail on the façade – the grates on the basement windows. The actual frontage is less interesting, however. As we have seen in other designs, the upper floor is accentuated with a protuberant and moulded mass, above which clings a signature “Musil” half-cylinder.
- Jaroslav Mencl, Historická topografie města Jičína: dějiny Jičína (část II) , Jičín 1948–1949, p. 359
- Milan Kudyn, Architekt Čeněk Musil a jeho meziválečná tvorba v Jičíně , Olomouc 2006, p. 48
- Gabriela Petrová, Eva Chodějovská, Architekt Čeněk Musil, Jičín 2017