The building dates from 1700 and was renovated from the ground up in 2015, during the course of which a former stable and the remaining rooms were transformed into an absolute dream of a property. The original wooden frame was retained, giving the house its characteristic warmth. All the peripheral work went into creating a standard of living in a class of its own: state-of-the-art technical infrastructure, all packaged in a stylistic masterpiece.
Your future living and dining area is positioned in the loft space on the top floor and presents exceptionally bright interiors thanks to the large window fronts. From here, there is access to the loggia. On the other side, the living room awaits with a fireplace that features an inviting open hearth. The first floor, one storey below, houses two large bedrooms. Immediately adjacent to each of these is a beautiful bathroom, one with shower, the other other with a bath-whirlpool tub and a large shower with additional flush.
At ground floor level, if required, there is the perfect self-contained apartment with everything your heart could desire: a perfectly equipped kitchen with space for a dining table, plus a further room and a modern bathroom with bathtub.
Proceeding down to the cellar, the vaulted ceilings give you the impression of entering a different world. Down here there is a large wine-tasting cellar with ancient, 300-year-old stone walls, as well as a small wine-cellar with kitchen.
Your prospective home comes with an alarm system, diverse integral lighting installations, a sound-system embedded in the ceilings, a lift, and a great deal more. The house is also being sold fully furnished.
Have we piqued your interest? Mrs. Sandra Aeschbacher is looking forward to your contact.
Perfect interplay between ancient and modern
Dating from 1700 and completely overhauled in 2015
State-of-the-art infrastructure including alarm, lift, and integral sound-system