The holiday home “Auf da Leitn 8”, in the middle of a traffic-free hamlet at 819 meters above sea level, is set amidst Hohe Tauern National Park, on the edge of the Kitzbühel Alps and the entrance to the Wildkogel. With the simple architecture, the façade of Rauris natural stone and the shingle roof of larch the Pinzgauer mountain hut has been interpreted in a modern way. The interiors are fully lined with oak, but by virtue of to its linear design the ambience is modern rather than rustic – and miles away from a romantic cottage style. The only exceptions are the adorned chairs: these are handmade using old traditional stencils, and give the interior the right dose of local color. The 230 sqm living space is spread over 3 floors: The bedrooms are on the ground floor and the 2nd floor, on the 1st floor is a large living room with an open kitchen and a sauna. The panoramic windows and sheltered terraces offer beautiful views of the mountains.
What to do
Winter: The house is located right next to the Smaragdban cable car leading to the ski resort of Wildkogelarena, direct access to the longest and illuminated toboggan run in the world (14 km), ski tour area, ice skating, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, carriage rides
Summer: hiking, climbing, mountain biking, e-biking, paragliding and hang gliding, swimming, golfing
Why we like this house
Modern interpretation of the mountain lodge: simple architecture and selected natural materials.
Details of the property
Region/Town: AT – Austria, Salzburgerland, Bramberg am Wildkogel
Name: Auf da Leitn 8
Scenery: Outskirts of a mountain village in the Alps
Number of guests: up to 12 guests
Design: Feuersinger Architektur, Mittersill
Published: Bodensee Edition 1/2019, Die Presse 7/2016, eco.nova 2015 et al