Aufberg 1110 is located 1110 meters above sea level in the heart of the Austrian Alps. It forms a visual unit with the neighbouring Aufberg 1113 but retains its own distinct character. The wooden house is nestled into the hills and its roof mirrors the mountain’s steep slope. Inside, the construction is unexpectedly spacious with two apartments, which can be rented separately or together.
The 78-metre-squared “Freisitz” apartment extends over two floors. Two guests will find a spacious living area with a fireplace. On the gallery above, a large double bed and a freestanding bathtub await anyone seeking relaxation. Thanks to the day beds, four people can also be accommodated comfortably if require. And in fine weather, the space is extended out by the terrace and loggia.
In the smaller “Ansitz” apartment two people will find a 45-square-metre retreat with its own garden. Both apartments are equipped with their own sauna, large windows and a comfortable sitting niche – venture out or settle in, whatever suits your mood. Larch wood and open fireplaces ensure a cosy atmosphere. Combined with simple, understated furnishings, the result is a hillside cottage experience with modern flair. The view draws your focus to two highlights: The Hohe Tauern mountains and the Zeller lake.
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What to do
Hiking, mountain biking, golf, swimming in Lake Zell, tobogganing, downhill and cross-country skiing, visits to the Alpen Therme Gastein, Tauern Spa Zell am See, and Salzburg.
Details of the property
Region/Town: AT – Austria, Salzburgerland (State), Piesendorf
Name: Aufberg 1110
Scenery: Hillside in the Kitzbühel Alps, overlooking the Hohe Tauern
Number of guests: Apartment Freisitz: 2 - 4 people, apartment Ansitz: 2 people
Design: meck architekten gmbh, Andreas Meck und Axel Frühauf, Munich
Awards: das beste Haus 2013