Typ of property
|Farmhouse / Hunting Estates / House / Mansion|
Brokerage Fee and Taxes
|3% plus 20% tax|
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Year of construction
|Furnace-, central-, underfloor heating, fireplace|
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The property ...
... is located in Au and lies in the Tennengau district capital Hallein. From here you can enjoy a magnificent view over the Salzach valley, to the Hohensalzburg fortress, Salzburg's local mountain, the Gaisberg, all the way to the Tennen mountains.
The traditional brewery Kaltenhausen with gastronomy at the foot of the mountain is only a few minutes walk away. Stores for daily needs can also be reached in just a few minutes. A bus stop is within walking distance in both directions.
The nearby Dürrnberg is a popular destination and invites in winter for skiing, snowboarding and ski touring. In summer, the whole family can choose from a wide variety of activities and hiking destinations, whether a visit to the Salzwelten Salzburg or an action-packed summer toboggan run with the Keltenblitz. Pure fun and excitement for the whole family!
Hallein's city center with the Pernerinsel is not only the only built-up island on the Salzach, but also a festival stage. This means that cultural enthusiasts can also enjoy the arts without having to travel far.
Three highway accesses provide a practical and easy way to get to the nearest towns: Hallein can be reached in about 5 minutes, Grödig and Anif in about 10 minutes by car. Salzburg airport is about 20 minutes away by car.
Quaint farmhouse with lots of charm and history in a secluded location!
A symbiosis of history, natural tranquility and proximity to the city!
This quaint Bauernsacherl in a secluded location near the picturesque town of Hallein offers a unique blend of history, nature and modernity.
The origin of the house dates back to the 17th century and was rebuilt around 1875. The former "Gut Kohlmannspoint" was once the childhood home of landscape painter and sculptor Hans Sengthaler, whose works are now traded at the Dorotheum. In recent years it has been extensively modernized without losing its original charm. At the same time, it is not a listed building.
The house is situated in a panoramic location on a property of almost 1,000 m² with its own spring water connection, a beautifully landscaped pond and a pool.
The secluded location offers pure peace and relaxation! From the terrace you can enjoy a magnificent view over the Salzach valley, to the fortress Hohensalzburg, the Gaisberg and the Tennengebirge.
The main building has a living area of about 150 m² and is divided into two floors. On the first floor there is a cozy living room with a wood-burning stove, a dining room with a country kitchen in mint condition, which is equipped with a nostalgic granny stove and a quaint smoked chimney stove. In addition, there is a useful earth cellar in the kitchen.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one of them with a functional fireplace. The bathroom as well as the toilet both have additional underfloor heating.
The attic is about 60 m² and could be developed to create additional living space.
It is equipped with pellet heating, fast internet and smart meter and has a biological small sewage treatment plant as well as two outbuildings.
This Bauernsacherl is a small natural gem with a lot of charm and history! It is ideal for nature-loving people who are looking for peace and quiet and at the same time appreciate the proximity to the festival city of Salzburg and its sights.
All data listed have been collected with care. Figures may be rounded or estimated. The client is responsible for the correctness and completeness.
For further questions or to arrange viewing appointments, please contact Ms. Claudia Brede at +43 676 960 2819.
Additional costs up to 10 % depending on the purchase price, the drawing up of the contract, the land register security of the purchase price and the relationship.