Chalet 1869 is nestled in alpine meadows on the edge of a small settlement above the town center of Going am Wilden Kaiser near Kitzbühel and in the immediate vicinity of the famous Stanglwirt. Sun-drenched on the southern slope and at the foot of Wilder Kaiser, it is in a rare dream location. The spacious property lined with lanterns can be reached from the street through a wooden gate that gives access to a representative courtyard which forms a center between house entrance, the double garage and the garden, which extends around the entire house and frames it lovingly. The centerpiece of the garden is an outdoor pool which is directly connected to the wellness area on the lower floor and equipped with sauna and steambath. This unbeatable combination makes Chalet 1869 the perfect year-round property.
You can feel the magic of the house in every detail - in the modern and individual composition of natural materials, lovingly inserted into existing Tyrolean construction art. 200-year-old soaped oak floorboards, walls paneled with aged wood and natural stone combinations run through the traditional architecture as style elements. Panoramic windows stage the surroundings perfectly and open breathtaking views of the impressive mountain range of Wilder Kaiser. Like in an amphitheater created by nature, you become part of the dreamy mountains and their magical atmosphere. Light marble as a counterpart to custom-made carpentry fittings in oak wood, crude steel and brass elements, Italian designer furniture from Minotti and sanitary equipment of Antoniolupi conjure a great athmosphere with an elaborate element of tension.