The concept

As soon as you enter the apartment through the glass door in the stairwell, the view of the Texel Group with the famous Partschinser waterfall opens up.

The staircase belongs exclusively to the apartment and offers space for your jackets, shoes, etc.

When you enter the spacious eat-in kitchen, you are immediately greeted by the light-flooded atmosphere. There are also several entrances to the roof terrace.

The furnishing is modern and yet typical of the country. The choice of color and material was based exclusively on Feng Shui criteria. Warm oak wood floors in the living rooms, bathroom tiles in South Tyrolean natural stone look, room doors in brushed, slightly knotty oak and matching curtains underline the regional and warm character of the penthouse. Electric venetian blinds for shading round off the offer in the living and sleeping areas.

the cooking and dining area

The U-shaped kitchen offers you the opportunity to enjoy the views of the surrounding mountain landscape while cooking.

State-of-the-art kitchen technology, such as an induction hob with integrated extractor hood, an oven with roasting thermometer, a refrigerator with a 4* freezer compartment, an XXL dishwasher and a natural stone worktop make you feel at home.

Crockery, glasses, kitchen utensils and small appliances are available in sufficient numbers for 4 people.

At the dining table adjacent to the kitchen block made of a solid oak top and the comfortable designer chairs, you have enough space for eating together, stimulating conversation, etc.

the living area

In the living area you can make yourself comfortable on a comfortable sofa or a wing chair.

From here you can particularly enjoy the wonderful mountain panorama.

The seating landscape is located in a niche created by an airy wooden room divider.

There is also a very special optical highlight in the niche: the designer wallpaper, which is reminiscent of a forest with a lake in front of it, is set in scene by a play of light with golden lamps.

A 55″ Smart TV with the latest technology is also available, as is an Internet fiber optic connection via WLAN.

the sleeping area

Two double bedrooms with different concepts but each with great views offer enough space for four people.

The south-facing bedroom offers direct access to the roof terrace and a west-facing view towards the Ortler Group. Special emphasis was placed on the details, such as a floor-to-ceiling built-in wardrobe, a spacious wooden double bed with all electrical connections directly on the bed and an extendable TV lift with 48″ Smart TV at the end of the bed. Warm colors round off the room and carry it contribute to a relaxing atmosphere.

The north-facing bedroom is designed a little differently. There is also a view to the west in the direction of the Ortler Group, but the view through a large skylight of the nearby Texel Group and the Partschinser waterfall is also interesting. A bed extension was created from design decor elements, which also serves as a shelf and accommodates all electrical connections. The double bed fits particularly harmoniously into the room. Here, too, there is a room-high built-in wardrobe, as well as a 50″ Smart TV and a small storage niche.

All beds in both bedrooms are equipped with high-quality 7-zone cold foam mattresses. The duvets and pillows are all suitable for allergy sufferers.

the bath rooms

The two bathrooms particularly underline the regionality of the apartment. Tiles were used here that are modeled on the South Tyrolean natural stone porphyry.

The west-facing bathroom impresses with a walk-in rain shower, an oversized washbasin and numerous storage options.

In the east-facing bathroom is the panorama sauna with a view of the Partschins waterfall, another large skylight which opens up the view of Tyrol Castle, a design wash area, a shower cubicle and the washing machine. Here, too, great care was taken in the selection of colors and materials.


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