Cosy country house with an incomparable view for sale
|Region:||Tirol - Austria|
|Living area:||375 m²|
|Plot area:||1.340 m²|
This Cosy country house with an incomparable view of the surrounding alpine world of Kitzbühel can be found in a very quiet and easily accessible location, on the outskirts of Kirchberg in the local centre of Wötzing. In reference to the location of this cosy country house, the view over the city and of the surrounding mountains; such as the Hahnenkamm, Hohe Salve or the Kitzbühler Horn are additional absolute highlights. Despite the close proximity to the centre, this house can be is found in the open countryside.
The Fleckabfahrt (ski run) lies only few meters away (approx. 150m) and offer skiers the possibility to ski over the slope to the lift and then home. From the house, one can also reach the Kirchberger bathing lake by foot in a few minutes. This location offers noted attractions for every season of the year.
The close proximity to the city also makes it possible to take advantage of the fantastic infrastructure in the town of Kirchberg, without having to use the car and after an evening’s dinner you can take a nice walk home. The house is southwest facing and from the living room one has direct view of Hahnenkamm.
Incomparable mountain view, ground floor built 1977 – ground floor 1991, updated in 1997, large closed carport, pavilion, gas heating, various terraces and balconies.
Kirchberg in Tirol is a municipality in Tyrol, Austria, in the Kitzbühel district. It is located 6 km (4 mi.) west of Kitzbühel at an elevation of 837 m (2746 ft) above sea level. The population in 2001 was 4,958, on an area of 97,76 km²
Kitzbuehel is one of Austrias best known and fanciest winter sports resorts, situated between the mountains Hahnenkamm (5616 ft., 1712 m) and Kitzbühler Horn (6548 ft., 1996 m). The Hahnenkamm is home of the annual world cup ski races, including the circuits most important event, the downhill race on the famous Streif slope. This downhill is counted as one of the toughest downhill competitions in the world cup.
During summer time Kitzbühel also hosts an ATP tennis tournament on clay, the Austrian Open. The next tournament will be held from 23.07.2012 until 29.07.2012.
From 2007 to 2011, ITU Triathlon World Cup races took place at the local Schwarzsee lake.
The Kitzbüheler Alpenrallye is an annual festival of historic automobiles. It was first held in 1988. The first trip of the United Buddy Bears was 2004 to Kitzbühel, following by the first trip into the "big wide world" – when they went to Hong Kong and many other metropolises on all five continents.
Together with the pistes and ski lifts in neighbouring Kirchberg in Tirol, Jochberg and by the Thurn Pass Kitzbühel is one of the largest ski regions in Austria. With around 10,000 hotel and guest house beds, Kitzbühel and its neighbours have an unusually high density of guest accommodation. Holidaymakers in Kitzbühel have 56 cableway and lift facilities and 168 kilometres of slopes available to them as well as 40 kilometres of groomed cross-country skiing tracks. Of note is the relatively new 3S Cable Car, the cable car with the highest above ground span in the world. In summer there are 120 km (75 mi) of mountain bike paths and 500 km (311 mi) of hiking trails. Other attractions are the six tennis courts and four golf courses, the Kitzbühel swimming pool, Austrias only curling hall and the bathing lake of Schwarzsee. Kitzbühel also caters for the high end of the tourist market, as many celebrities and the jet set come here for the international races on the Hahnenkamm.
Nearest Airport: Salzburg Airport ~ 72,8 km (approx. 1h 19 min)
Nearest Motorway: Autobahn A12 ~ 30,2 km (approx. 40 min)
Agency commission - 3,6% (incl. 20% VAT) of the purchase price
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This property is selling by:Milka Pavlova
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