Property for sale in Sölden / Obergurgl – brand new apartments

Zwieselstein is how Sölden (1.377 – 3.250m) and Obergurgl (1.800 – 3.030m) used to be in the old days and has lost none of its authentic Tirolean charm.

Here, skiers rub shoulders with 3rd generation ski instructors, farmers and mountain guides.

If you are looking for modern living in a traditional alpine village with 2 world-class ski resorts and glacier access just 5 minutes away, Zwieselstein is a perfect choice.

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About Chalet Zwieselstein (flexible zoning)

We are delighted to announce the sale of a highly desirable 2-double bedroom (302) and 3-double bedroom apartment (104) with special zoning: the apartment may be rented to tourists as a going concern or can be used as an official main or 2nd residence by the owner, or rented as a main residence.  Currently, there is a long-term operator agreement in place and so the new buyer will adopt this contract.

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Last  2-bedroom apartment:

302 | 2 beds |  76,4m² |  619,000€ + 50,000€ for 2 underground parking spaces (netto) | Buyer fees 3% of the gross sales price

3D Tour of 302

The apartment is perfectly situated on the South East corner of the building with wonderful views over the village rooftops to the South.

There are 2 balconies with amazing views towards the Nederkogl 3,163m and towards Hochgurgl – often with deer and chamois in view.

South-facing balcony with view towards the Nederkogl 3,163m:

Last  3-bedroom apartment:

104 | 3 beds |  100,9m² |  749,000€ + 50,000€ for 2 underground parking spaces (netto) | Buyer fees 3% of the gross sales price

3D Tour 104

104 has a large island kitchen diner and a South-facing balcony towards the glorious Nederkogl 3,163m and 2 further South-West facing balconies from the bedrooms.

Gemischtes Wohngebiet: the apartment may be rented to tourists as a going concern or can be used as an official main or 2nd residence by the owner, or rented as a main residence.  This type of zoning is rare in Tyrol, a throwback to the 60s and 70s, and councils no longer rezone land in this format.

It is a great investment providing different options to a future buyer if you were to sell it.

All-Suite Resorts Österreich GmbH www.appartments-soelden.com will operate the building and the rental for you so you can expect to earn a positive result from the rental operation so your costs are covered in addition to the lovely holidays that you book yourself.

There is storage in the basement just for owners, so there is no need to take away your ski equipment or mountain bikes when you leave.

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We invite prospective buyers to have a 1-2-1 consultation to discuss any questions about the mixed zoning and the flexible conditions under which an owner can use these apartments.

This is an intimate, boutique project in a very peaceful setting: South facing views to the Nederkogel and surrounded by alpine meadows.

Interior designs

The interior themes have an alpine feel with a choice of a modern or traditional finish, combining warm, natural materials with minimalist designs.

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

Miele kitchens with integrated appliances, cutlery and crockery as well as flat screen Smart TVs are also included.

The location of Zwieselstein

The style of the building is in keeping with the traditional village atmosphere in this relaxing summer and winter Ötztal setting, at the foot of the breathtaking 3,163m Nederkogl.

You will want to walk to the top of this mountain one day and stop at the Lenzenalm lenzenalm.at on the way down.

The location is perfect for skiers who want the choice of Sölden and its huge expanse of skiing with 2 glaciers and state of the art ski lift infrastructure or a quieter atmosphere skiing in Obergurgl and Hochgurgl, which at over 2,000 metres has one of the longest ski seasons – into May.

Zwieselstein has a wonderful Gasthof with an excellent restaurant and great atmosphere, the Neue Post hotel which is the “nerve centre” of the village with a la carte dining and the Brückenwirt where you can eat in or take away pizzas cooked in their special oven.

So, there really is no need to travel into Sölden at night and you will definitely feel at home with all these friendly faces in the village.

A pure convenience, the free ski bus stops 150 metres from the apartment to whisk you away to the slopes of your choice: Sölden or Obergurgl.

For a night out in Sölden, the Postbus runs until after 2300 in the high season or there are several taxi firms to bring you home.

In summer, guests can take advantage of the dramatic Timmelsjoch road which passes over into Italy.

Contact us today: 

Helene Atterbury – Property Consultant +43 676 962 7712

info@kristall-spaces.com