Fieberbrunn apartments for sale

In today’s market, it is wise to buy a recently completed ski apartment because a lot of developers are facing issues with rising supply chain and building material costs.

There are 3 apartments left in our All-Suite Resort Fieberbrunn project and for a limited period, the operator will also offer a 3% fixed return in the first full financial year for new buyers of 205, 402 or 403.

Key facts about All-Suite Resort Fieberbrunn:

  • 36 luxury freehold apartments: 1, 2, 3 and 4-bedroom with large balconies
  • 3% fixed return in the first financial year
  • Connected to Austria’s largest ski area: Saalbach Hinterglemm & Zell am See (408km)
  • Dual season: 47% of all visitors to Fieberbrunn come in summer (higher rental income) 
  • Onsite bar / restaurant & spa (sauna, steam room 3D Tour) & underground parking
  • Views of the Wilder Kaiser & Wildseeloder
  • Snow-sure: highest snowfall in Tirol for last 40 years
  • Thanks to its backcountry skiing, it’s a mecca for serious powder skiers and for this reason it is on the Freeride World Tour with the likes of Chamonix and Verbier

The resort opened on time and plan for tourists at the beginning of July 2021

2 bedroom Maisonette Penthouse | 403  | 112,74m² | € 849,000 + 55,000 for 2 underground parking 

403 is a stunning 2-double bedroom maisonette penthouse.  Superb, all-round views of the Wilder Kaiser, Buchensteinwand ski area and the Spielberghorn.  3% fixed return in the first full financial year. No buyers fees.

3D Tour Apartment 403

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2 bedroom Penthouse Apartment |  201 |  77,80m² | € 475,000 + 25,000 for 1 underground parking 

West-facing apartment with views towards to the Wilder Kaiser.  This is a resale apartment and therefore there is no rental guarantee and buyers fees of 3% of the gross sales price are to be paid.

3D Tour Apartment 201 

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3 bedroom Maisonette Penthouse | 402  | 130,55m² | € 999,000 + 55,000 for 2 underground parking 

402 is a stunning 3-double bedroom maisonette penthouse.  Fantastic, all-round views of the Wilder Kaiser, Buchensteinwand ski area and the Spielberghorn. 3% fixed return in the first full financial year.  No buyers fees.

3D Tour Apartment 402

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LEVEL 1 | Entrance: 19,51 m2 | Bedroom 1: 12,42 m2 | Bathroom 1: 7,55 m2 | Bedroom 2: 11,57 m2 | Bathroom 2: 8,14 m2 | Stairs: 4,50 m2 | Balcony West: 12,75 m2

LEVEL 2 | Livingroom: 40,77m2 | Bedroom 3: 14,97 m2 | Bathroom 3: 11,12 m2 | Terrace East: 20,11 m2

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4 bedroom apartment | 205 | 156,96m² | € 849,000 + 55,000 for 2 underground parking + 20,000 for 1 outdoor parking  

205 is an impressive 4-bed maisonette with breathtaking views towards the Wildseeloder, Spielberghorn and Buchensteinwand ski area.  3% fixed return in the first full financial year.  No buyers fees.

3D Tour Apartment 205

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LEVEL 1 | Entrance: 13,05 m2 | Bedroom 1: 11,35 m2 | Bathroom 1: 10,97 m2 | Bedroom 2: 10,91 m2 | Bedroom 3: 14,09 m2 | Bathroom 2: 4,61 m2 | WC: 3,79 m2

LEVEL 2 | Living area/dining area: 53,69 m2 | Bedroom 4: 18,02 m2 | Bathroom 3: 9,77 m2 | Stairs: 5,46 m2 | Balcony South: 13,04 m2 | Balcony East: 1,38 m2



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Please Contact Us today to reserve your apartment or call Branson Atterbury, Marketing Director on +44 20 3735 8790.

Fully furnished with a choice of interiors

The interior themes have an alpine feel but with a choice of either a traditional or lifestyle theme, combining warm natural materials with modern minimalist designs.  Please note that all unsold apartments now have traditional theme interiors.

Standard features include wireless LAN, intercom access, triple-glazed floor to ceiling German windows, Italian ceramics and Hans Grohe bathroom fittings.

There is flexible living accommodation to maximise space – with excellent sofa beds in the living room and two bathrooms to ensure maximum privacy.

As you would see in the best hotels, there are Austrian wood furnishings and doors and traditional parquet floors with under-floor heating throughout.

Miele kitchens with integrated appliances and flatscreen Smart TVs are also standard.

We have thought of everything you could possibly need to make moving into your apartment as smooth as possible including wardrobes, bed linen, curtains, cutlery and crockery.

The interiors and furnishings are hotel standard and designed to last and withstand extensive rental use.  In our experience, furniture does not need replacing for a long time – at least 10 years based on our previous development projects. The type of clientèle that rent these apartments are respectable families and professionals and the operator will check for small damage and breakages whilst building and contents insurance cover any other issues.

For advice on buying and owning Austrian property, please read our comprehensive FAQ.

Location: perfectly situated in the centre of this charming village with free ski bus, shops and restaurants on your doorstep.  Great views in all directions.



Fieberbrunn has an established summer and autumn seasons thanks to its proximity to major cities and airports such as Salzburg, Innsbruck and Munich.  47% of all visitors to Fieberbrunn come outside the winter months confirming its dual season credentials and thus boosting occupancy levels to higher than average (official data from the Tourist office reports full occupancy for 4 and 3-star hotels in Fieberbrunn at 246 and 143 days respectively).

In the summertime, the 2 gondolas (Streuböden and Lärchfilzkogel) facilitate activities for all ages and abilities

In addition to its 400 kilometres of hiking trails and mountain-biking, there are wonderful distractions for younger families such as Timoks Coaster, woodland rope gardens, wildlife parks and various open air swimming pools and playgrounds.

Day trips by train to Salzburg, Kitzbühel and Zell am See are easily managed from the train station.

It’s also beautiful if you prefer to just take in the views – often described as the setting for a Bavarian fairy tale.


About Fieberbrunn & winter activities 

Fieberbrunn (also known as the Schneeloch by locals) is renowned for the quality of off-piste skiing available.  The abundance of ABS bags and touring bindings is an obvious sign that this is a serious back country destination but it also a pretty, sunny village – ideal for your family ski holiday.

In the heart of the Kitzbüheler Alps in Tirol and linked to Saalbach and Hinterglemm in the Salzburg province, Fieberbrunn itself offers a great range of skiing for all abilities and enjoys an excellent reputation for fine snow conditions.

  • Easy 105 km
  • Intermediate 112 km
  • Difficult 21 km
  • Ski routes 45 km

Ski Club of Great Britain video (Sept 2016):


Snowfall: due to its unique positioning, it captures 50% more snowfall than neighbouring Kitzbühel and for this reason, it’s an established event on the Freeride World Tour, the premier big mountain freeskiing and snowboarding tour in the world.

The legendary north face of the Wildseeloder is one of the jewels of Austrian freeride terrain with a fast and very technical 50-degree gradient.

It is ideally suited to host the best extreme skiers and boarders who are judged on their line, fluency of their turns and jumps.


Media credits: Tourismusverbände Fieberbrunn, Zell am See, Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Freeride World Tour.

Latest press coverage:

City AM (November 2017)

Evening Standard

Evening Standard (July 2017)

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