The idyllic village of Hinterthal lies at 1020 m above sea level, nestled in the midst of a pristine natural landscape against the backdrop of the Steinernes Meer and the Hochkönig.
Everyone can fulfill their personal winter dream in the snow-sure Hochkönig ski area. Whether conventionally on two skis, in the half-pipe on a snowboard or off the beaten track on a ski tour - plenty of well-groomed pistes, the most modern lifts and fantastic powder snow ensure plenty of variety.
Those who prefer to enjoy the mountains from the valley have plenty of opportunities to do so: either cross-country skiing, skating, hiking through snow-covered forests or on the ice. Or you prefer to whiz down the mountain on a toboggan and use the natural toboggan runs. Numerous leisure activities are also offered in summer: hiking routes, mountain bike tours and the beautiful golf course in the immediate vicinity offer a wide range of leisure activities.
Far away from the big tourist crowds, you will find a wide range of offers for hiking, biking and family holidays with a difference. Encounter nature with all your senses. Everyone will find exactly what they are looking for here: Whether spending time with the family, active athletes or those looking for relaxation - the royal natural landscape leaves nothing to be desired and leaves lasting impressions.
The approx. 2,270m² property is divided into approx. 1,000m² of building land with SECOND RESIDENCE DEDICATION and 1,270m² of garden/outdoor land.
The currently effective development plan provides for a maximum possible above-ground development of 30% of the building land area, i.e. 300 m2
in this case, plus a double garage.
The development of the basement is free in terms of room height and only limited in terms of area by a minimum distance of 2m between the structure and the boundary of the building site.
Due to the slight slope, additional rooms with daylight can also be realized here to a limited extent.
The property borders directly on a large forest and hunting ground and is lined by a small stream. This natural jewel of the Alps offers plenty of space for rest and relaxation. Embedded in the idyllic natural setting with a view of the impressive Hochkönig mountain massif, it is perhaps the last Alpine treasure in the region that needs to be recovered.