Dating from the 18th century, the property known as "Guardamunt" has been updated at regular intervals with care taken to retain any elements worth preserving. It now presents Engadine lovers the opportunity to continue down this path and to create their ultimate dream home in the mountains.
The façade of the two-storey house with attached barn was restored in 1973 and is still in great condition. From 2008 to 2014 further work was undertaken, including the kitchen, bathrooms, replacement windows with triple glazing, insulation to the walls, plus a complete overhaul of the roof. As such, the house – with its appealing snug and 3 bedrooms – is ready to move into. Anyone who falls head over heels in love with this one-off property will most probably want to renovate the large barn and the various ancillary rooms on the lower ground floor, whether as sauna, fitness room, alpine home-office, atelier, or loggia – almost anything is possible.
The best thing about it: you don't have to worry about the wonderful view being obstructed at some point. The house is bordered by generous forest and agricultural zones, making it a perfect paradise for those looking to spend the best days of the year close to unspoiled natural landscape in a traditional Engadine house.
Have we piqued your interest? Mrs. Sandra Aeschbacher is looking forward to your contact.
Well-presented 4.5-room Engadine house with potential for further conversion
In an unbeatable location in picturesque Pradella
Lovely, far-ranging vistas and full sunshine until well into the evening
300 m² of ancillary space in the barn and lower ground floor
Parts already renovated include the kitchen, bathrooms, windows, roof, and wall insulation
Working antique tiled stove in the traditional snug (Stüva)