This historic country house is located in a natural and quiet residential area in Flattach. It would make an ideal B&B or holiday rental chalet.
The property dates from the early 18th century and in earlier years served the miners and workers as accommodation and tavern.
The property was built in a log house construction and about a quarter of the property is built of stone. This property is suitable as a second home. The good infrastructure that the holiday resort Flattach offers can be reached by car in a few minutes. The living space is approx. 126m². The associated property covers approx. 538m².
The property is in need of renovation. It was equipped with electricity and water by the then owners around 1966. Approx. In 1990, the Rauchkuchl, a room with a unique vaulted ceiling, which was built of brook stone, became a mining showroom for the community.
Minor maintenance work has been carried out in recent years. The property offers a lot of potential and is very suitable for skillful and hardworking craftsmen to undertake renovations or refurbishment. It has wonderful features especially with the old stone vault in the interior of the house.
The house is currently heated with individual stoves or electric radiators in the rooms.
There is no main central heating system, but obviously there are local grants for this type of property upgrading.
You can enjoy the tranquility and still have an ideal starting point for many leisure activities.
There is a second home residence for this property, making it ideal for an Austrian property investment.
Flattach is located in the Mölltal, in the south of Austria, in the Spittal an der Drau district in Carinthia.
The place has a very good infrastructure. The year-round ski area, the Mölltal Glacier, is located in the municipality of Flattach. The Mölltal Glacier offers fantastic slopes in all difficulty levels, with a fascinating descent down to the middle station – a snow-sure ski area at 3,120 meters in altitude for demanding winter sports enthusiasts.
Flattach also offers a wide range of sports in summer, whether hiking, rafting, canyoning, fishing, cycling or simply enjoying nature, there is something for everyone. The approximately 76 km long R8 Glockner-Mölltal bike path, coming from Heiligenblut, leads right past the front door.
The distance to Spittal is approx. 40 km, where the next freeway entrance is.
Mallnitz is about 12 km away. There is the Tauern lock; Klagenfurt Airport is around 110 km away and Salzburg Airport is around 180 km away.
Buying costs are around 11% in Austria.
Gov tax 3.5%
Agent commission 3% + vat
Notar fees approx 2% + vat
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