This beautiful, traditional chalet was built in 2010 and has been very well maintained and cared for, making it a fantastic investment and lifestyle choice as little to no work is needed.
This beautiful, traditional chalet was built in 2010 and has been very well maintained and cared for, making it a fantastic investment and lifestyle choice as little to no work is needed. Spread over 4 floors the main house occupies the top 3 floors whilst a separate apartment is situated in the basement. In the main house, there are 4 bedrooms- one master with a large ensuite bathroom with a traditional roll top bath and 3 further bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, spread over 2 floors. On the top floor there is a large open plan living/kitchen and entertaining space with a beautiful wood clad vaulted ceiling. The kitchen has been done in a contemporary country style with an Aga oven which creates the perfect cosy atmosphere. The living area leads onto a large terrace and balcony which enjoys views down the valley. On the middle floor there is also an additional snug with a traditional “kachelofen”, a wood burning stove. In the basement, with its own separate entrance, is a lovely, bright one bedroom, one-bathroom apartment with an open plan kitchen/living area. There is also a large wash room, storage room and parking for 3-4 cars under a car port and 1 additional space behind the house. The property is bought freehold and is managed by the neighbouring hotel who successfully rent it out throughout the season when not in use by the owner, making it a worry-free investment. The chalet achieves very good rentals throughout the year, especially in the winter season and the summer holidays. The chalet is ideally located 5 minutes drive from the resort centre and main ski gondola station which can also be walked to in 15 minutes. There is also a bus stop 100 metres away from the front door going back and forth to the town centre.
Sölden was really put on the map when the latest James Bond film, Spectre, was filmed there, featuring breathtaking panoramas of the surrounding peaks. By winter 2017 you will be able to visit the James Bond museum at 3058m. Each year, at the end of October, the resort hosts the ski world cup. As well as enjoying an extremely long winter season due to the two glaciers and high altitude, Sölden is also an excellent resort to visit in the summer months, with plenty on offer for the entire family. As well as describing itself as a “truly unique” destination for mountain bikers there is a special themed trail through the mountains for families, a scenic water trail and the Freizeit arena where you can unwind from the day’s activities, among other things. The town itself is a pretty, historic Austrian resort, with a wide river running through it. The resort centres around the church and features traditional restaurants and shops.
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