Our investment opportunity is located in Slovak town Bernolákovo.

Bernolákovo lies only 10 km away from the city of Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia. This makes the village of Bernolákovo a close connection to some of the biggest international companies operating in the region e.g. VW and Porsche, having currently more than 1000 employees and this number is incessantly rising. The premises of Samsung are also situated nearby – at only 20 km away and a 30 minutes ride by car can lead you to Nitra where are the enterprises of Jaguar and Range Rover with more than 1000 native workers (planned to be 6000 in 2020). All the above makes that part of Slovakia one of the most prosperous amongst all and it is proved to experience even higher growth in future. As you have probably already guessed those numerous people that are employed here definitely need accommodation. The high prices of Bratislava’s real estate’s increase the demand in the other surroundings including Bernolákovo. Therefore, we can seize you the perfect business opportunity.

The demand for new residential units close to Bratislava rises fast. Another reason for this rise are also the numerous Slovaks abroad (approx. 300,000) who are willing to invest their money in their native country.

Thus, Bratislava is validated again as the heart of the Slovak economy. Bernolákovo is giving a unique opportunity for finding peace and tranquillity and be close to the busy city capital at once. Another good asset of Bernolákovo is the fact that even though it currently is a village, it has the potential as well as the legal possibility to be proclaimed town later on.

Drone view of our capital city, Bratislava, only 10 km away from our estate at Bernolákovo.“

“One of the many completed or planned projects in our capital. This video is a property of HB Reavis.”

Geography and location

Bernolákovo is not only a good place to settle and live but also a popular tourist destination, famous for the greenbelt recreation zone of Bratislava. In addition to residential areas, another opportunity for the construction is building of a large sports centre offering facilities for several kinds of outdoor and indoor activities such as swimming, tennis, football and fitness.

Such a sporting complex could be combined with hotel accommodation, shopping zone on the top level and underground parking. Adding to the value of Bernolákovo as one of the “must see” places worldwide is the unique golf centre nearby – Black & White Golf Resort with its 9-hole golf course, offering 4 different levels of difficulty, starting with easiest course Park and ending with the toughest golf course in Europe.

In the summer of 2014, the baroque castle Theresia Chateau, which was originally inhabited by Maria Theresa, was reconstructed and turned into a first-class and luxurious golf club house, providing the highest quality services for all members of Golf and Country Club Bratislava – Bernolákovo.


According to Wikipedia the oldest archaeological findings in the municipality date back to the Neolithic and Bronze Age and an Avar-Slavic burial site was found dating back to the 8th century. The present location was first mentioned in writing as Ceki in 1209, when Sebes the son of the Tamás of Nitra, took the place of Andrew the II and later became the founder of the family of the Counts of St. Georgen and Bösing. Before the 13th century, two settlements existed on the territory of present-day Bernolákovo – Cheki and Lužnica. In the 13th century this area was colonized by the Germans who changed the name to Luensnicz (1313) and later Lanschütz. The two settlements later merged into one and it was named Čeklís in Slovak. The neighbouring vineyards are mentioned in 1290, and in 1324 (as Castrum Chekles) the castle Lanschütz is mentioned as standing on the hill Várdomb.

The castle lost its function in the 15th century. After the fall of the castle, the village became part of the dominion of Schintau in the 16th century. Lanschütz received its first market rights in 1532. However, it did not become a town until the 17th century. In the wake of the Turkish wars and Hungarian uprisings against the Habsburgs, Lanschütz was to a large extent destroyed at the beginning of the 18th century.

The baroque palace was built between 1714 and 1722 for the Esterházy family by Jakob Fellner.

In 1715, the town had 72 taxpayers and two mills. In 1766, at the initiative of Maria Theresia a linen manufactory was founded in the village, which employed between 100 and 150 employees at its peak. The last mention of this factory is in 1792, after which the factory most likely had to cease its operations. From the 18th century a stagecoach station operated for traffic between Bratislava and Blatné.

In 1828 there were 267 houses and 1803 inhabitants.  The Lanschütz property was rebuilt in 1817 and operated a large Meierhof sheep breeding farm. Until 1918, the place lying in the county of Bratislava belonged to the Kingdom of Hungary, later Czechoslovakia and nowadays Slovakia. In the years 1922 and 1923, the Esterházy’s land was divided and parcelled.

In the meantime Čeklís grew rapidly and had about 5000 inhabitants in the late 1930s.

On October 10th, 1938, as a result of the First Vienna Award, the village became again part of Hungary. On March 14th, 1939, the day of the emergence of the Slovak State, the decision was reversed in the case of Čeklís. In 1948, in a nationally motivated decision, the village was renamed Bernolákovo in honour of the Slovak philologist and priest Anton Bernolák, who worked in the local parish from 1787 to 1791.