In this weekend’s Financial Times House & Home section Liz Rowlinson talks in depth about the property market of the Tirol region, whilst Kitzbühel gets prepared for the 80th Hahnenkamm World Cup Ski Races. The highly anticipated event takes place from the 20th to the 26th of January 2020 on Mount Hahnenkamm. The extremely challenging slope hosts the world’s elite skiers and has proved to be the biggest social event of the winter, bringing in thousands of spectators along with celebrities from Hollywood and Formula One. Kitzbühel is known for its elegant hotels, boutique shops and timeless medieval buildings.
The picturesque Alpine village is surrounded by mountains and is full of beautiful chalets and apartments in Tyrolean style architecture. One of the higher end chalets being sold by Alpine Marketing is the Kitzbühel Lodge, a stunning chic Alpine chalet that exudes class and comfort. This chalet is selling for 4 bedrooms for €4,275,000. Alpine Marketing is also selling a hotel-style suite apartment that is located in the centre of Kitzbühel, boasting modern Alpine features and cosy furnishings. The Viktor Apartment is a romantic 1-bedroom apartment selling from €695,000.
Buyers typically look for amazing views, proximity to ski slopes, sunshine and peaceful surrounds, and many are unable to find these requirements within budget in Kitzbühel. As buyers look for alternatives in surrounding towns and villages, a chalet in Kirchberg costs around 20 to 30 percent less than one in Kitzbühel. Managing director of Alpine Marketing Jessica Delaney mentions that “the surrounding villages also offer more development opportunities for new-build apartment buildings with buyers typically spending €750,000 to €1.5m”. The Oberndorf Residences are selling for 1 to 4 bedrooms from €495,000. These beautiful residences are being built within close proximity to Kitzbühel and boast stylish Alpine features complimented with a modern twist.
In other villages around Kitzbühel, the charming village of Ellmau is situated only a 20-minute drive from the popular resort. The team at Alpine Marketing are selling 4 to 5-bedroom residences that benefit from a ski in ski out location and access to over 280 kilometres of pistes. Charming Austrian design and style are prominent throughout these exclusive residences, and each property features a beautiful open fireplace and spacious open plan living. The Mountain Residences are being sold from €2.4 million. Whilst nearby Fieberbrunn has benefited from 2016 link connection to the vast SkiCircus with 270km of skiing available. The Tyrolean Hideaway Apartments enjoy stunning panoramic views and feature antique old wood facades. The stylish Alpine apartments are selling for 1 to 2 bedrooms from €355,000.
UK buyers thinking of buying in the Kitzbühel area should get their racing skis on, as mentioned by Liz Rowlinson. The “Austrian Embassy confirmed this month that UK citizens will retain the same rights to buy property as EU citizens only until the end of the transition period”.
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