Studio apartment in Bad Aussee

This newly renovated studio apartment is situated conveniently in the centre of the spa and tourist town of Bad Aussee. It is also only 30 minutes drive to the famous world heritage village of Hallstatt.

The apartment is a typical studio and consists of an open plan living room/ bedroom with a kitchenette, shower/toilet ( inc fitted washing machine ).

Balcony.  This overlooks the street , so one can enjoy watching the world go buy and it has a nice vintage feel with cast iron railings.

Parking space.  There is a designated parking space for one car.

This apartment cannot be used for holiday rentals, however, it could be used for long rentals as a source of investment income.  rental ROI on property in Austria, tends to be 5-6%.

Floor space 30 sq metres.

bad ausseeBad Aussee is a town in the Austrian state of Styria, located at the confluence of the three sources of the Traun River in the Ausseerland region. Bad Aussee serves as the economic and cultural centre of the Styrian part of the Salzkammergut lakes region.Wikipedia
 

Airports:  Salzburg 80 mins  – Linz airport  95 mins

Nearby sites of interest:

One of the most fascinating excursion destinations around Bad Aussee: the giant ice cave is one of the largest ice caves on earth. It is the most outstanding tourist attraction in the Salzkammergut.

Over 150,000 people wander through the underground halls – the King Arthur Cathedral, the Parzifaldom and the Tristandom – every year. Highlights of the one-hour tour are the Grail Castle and the Ice Chapel.

The giant ice cave contains 30,000 m³ of ice. In some parts of the cave, such as the Tristandom, the ice reaches 25 mtr thick. The reason for the ice formation is the special type of air circulation, which moves inwards from the cave in winter and outwards from the cave in summer. In addition, there is an ideal supply of seepage water in spring, during the snowmelt. The interaction of these factors has created the cave ice.

 

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