Latrán No. 29
Description of the Building:
Two story building with plain front. There are corner carrels. One side of the house is adjacent to a terrace where the monastery garden is located.
Architectural and Historical Development:
The original building is late Gothic, reconstructed according to the Classicist style, maybe utilizing the older walls. The building recently underwent a renovation.
Significant Architectural Features:
From the architectonic viewpoint, the building is not very interesting.
History of the House Residents:
The first known owner of the house was, at the beginning of the sixteenth century, a soap boiler named Wolf who in 1538 in his last will gave it to his wife. She sold it in the 1550s to cloth-maker Prokeš. After his death, his daughter Anna (known as Bohnuška) who also was a soap boiler, inherited the house. In 1581, Šimon Ryneš moved into the house and by the end of the 1580s sold it to the Rosenbergs. In 1593, Petr Wok von Rosenberg gave the house to laundress Anička Malá as a compensation for her house, which was to be torn down in order to make room for a new Rosenberg armory. Anička Malá lived here until she died in 1602. Cloth-maker Jiří Meiss moved into the house in 1639 and ten years later, tailor Matyáš Prokší. Between 1690 and 1710, the house belongs to Mates Probsch, the personal tailor of Johan Christian I. von Eggenberg Several nail-makers owned the house from 1730 to the beginning of the nineteenth century.