Kitzbühel Kitz Horn Residences
The combination of the idyllic, yet central location and the phenomenal view of the Wilder Kaiser massif, the Kitzbüheler Horn and the surrounding, impressive mountains convey pure Tyrol.
Great importance is attached to an exclusive room concept and the holistic use of fine materials, and the central location to the popular chamois town of Kitzbühel and the small baroque town of St. Johann represent further attractive plus points.
There are 7 high-quality residential units with terraces and a fantastic view of the Alps. The smallest apartment can accommodate 2 people, the largest for 8 people.
All apartments are turnkey. All apartments are primary residences, the penthouse apartment Top 6 has a leisure residence dedication.
The chamois town of Kitzbühel is one of the most well-known winter sports resorts in the Alps. But this beautiful place has much more to offer. Tradition and lifestyle are combined here like no other city in the mountains. Sports enthusiasts will find enough freedom of movement in winter on the romantic winter hiking trails, the perfectly groomed slopes and the almost endless cross-country ski trails. An ice skating rink, several toboggan runs, a ski kindergarten, the Aquarena family pool and much more await families and children. And if you like it more leisurely, you can go on a horse-drawn sleigh ride or explore the colorful city center of Kitzbühel with its many great shopping opportunities.
The ski area impresses with 188 kilometers of pistes, 41 kilometers of marked ski routes in all levels of difficulty, 4 kilometers of action-packed snowboard fun parks, natural toboggan runs and hundreds of kilometers of cross-country ski trails and winter hiking trails. The ski area has even been awarded the Oscar of the ski industry, the World Ski Award, for the eighth year in a row.
Penthouse apartment with leisure residence dedication
The leisure residence dedication The definition says the following: "leisure residences are buildings, apartments or other parts of buildings that do not serve to satisfy a year-round living need associated with the center of life, but to stay during vacation, vacation, weekends or otherwise temporarily used for recreational purposes."
This means that it does not have to be lived in all year round, but can serve as a holiday and relaxation place.