A big “Wow” in panoramas; Offering the best views towards the North, South and the Castle due to its location just under the top floor and its big windows on both sides, not to forget the 2 characteristic balconies on the South front. Modern living meets history in this part of the building which was partly destroyed during the village fire in 1921 resulting in a flexible living-working-sleeping-cooking and bathroom space of about 80m2 with huge new glass windows on the North side and the typical Engadin windows plus balcony on the South side.
An interesting feature is the connecting room of about 16m2 in the old main building including stone walls and again a South oriented panorama balcony. A new kitchen and bathroom unit is positioned in the centre of the space leaving flexibility to position the active living areas either to the North or the South. Use of the central washing and drying facilities in the basement is standard. Option for fireplace available. Limited drive-in facility on the ground floor for loading/unloading.
Residence approx. 95m2 with South-West location. Two balconies on the front with South orientation approx. 4m2 Private indoor storage with arched ceiling #6 approx. 7m2. Additional; parking space in nearby public garage (CHF 8.000,-)