House Oberterzen for 8 people with 3 bedrooms - House

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms


ED Refnr. 1558043

Holiday in the monument combines historic preservation and tourism. Historically valuable Bauzeugen be taken, gently renovated and rented as apartments. The model allows a double win: The monuments received a new future and the holiday guests experience a stay in an exceptional building. The idea is realized by the foundation Ferien im Baudenkmal (FiB), which was founded in 2005 by the Swiss Homeland Security

SHINGLE HOUSE - Luxurious detached houses from the 18th century. Century

History & Information
Built in 1755, this mountain farmhouse exemplifies how modern luxury can be skilfully combined with historical substance. In core building, the house is in its original appearance. The beaten planks that low ceilings and the old wood paneling give an idea of ​​how mountain farmers in the 18th Century have lived. The former arcades were in such a bad condition that they could not be obtained. Such as a sauna, a kitchen equipped with every comfort kitchen or sun room - - While maintaining the old Kubatur two new additions, the space for amenities arisen offer. Located in the immediate vicinity of the gondola lift station of the Flumserberger, up to eight people can spend a luxurious holiday in the historic building all year round in the Schindelhaus

Responsible for the renovation was the architect Paula Giger. Together with the cantonal monument preservation, she developed a remodeling concept that has a lot of spills of this historic house visible again. In order to meet modern usage justice, the extensions have been completely demolished and rebuilt with so large window openings again, that the historic central part gets additional exposure. These extensions are now offering space for common facilities including a very spacious kitchen, a sauna, a sun room and a rooftop terrace. The Entrée refers to the original black kitchen and forms the highest room in the house. In modern Ostlaube is a spacious kitchen and a dining area. The living room can be found in the historical part of the house and was as far as possible left in its original state. In the West Laube a light-filled sun room and the entrance to the sauna has been newly created. Upstairs are two bedrooms with two beds each. In addition each room is a wet room with shower / or. Bathroom and toilet. Also on this floor is a prime example how skilfully the interplay between the historical part and the new foliage Attachments succeed and walk like history and comfort harmoniously. The attic hosts another bedroom that can accommodate up to four people. The roof could be opened after consultation with the preservation of monuments and now offers access to the roof terrace, which offers a unique panoramic view of the Churfirsten and the sickle crest

The Flumserberg mountain railways carry out a revision each in spring and autumn. During the revision, the cable cars do not run or do not run regularly. Please inform yourself on the homepage of the Bergbahnen Flumserberg or by phone 081/720 15 15

The clapboard house is a monument that has been restored with great regard for the existing substance. The tenant is aware of and meets the object with care. Furthermore, although technologically equipped contemporary, do not comply with certain functional details now common standards and pose a possible safety hazard. These circumstances are known to the tenant. The owner, e-hoi and the Foundation in Holiday monument disclaim all liability


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