3 ROOM APARTMENT
ID 2936 - W05
Overall area: 83 m²
Living area: 65 m²
Construction year: 2009
Energy Class: B
Bathroom: 1 senza finestra
Balcony: 6 m²
Parking space: No
Heating Type: Autonom
San Candido, 3 room apartment
W05 CANDIDO / HOCHPUSTERTAL: Total remodeled, autonomous three-room apartment consisting of 1 living room with kitchenette, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 walk, 1 balcony, in a historic building along the pedestrian street in the heart of the municipality of San Candido. Stately views of the mountains and on the Baranci. Underground parking is 50m away separately verkäuflich.Innichen of 20,000 € as one of the most popular holiday resorts in South Tyrol Alta. In summer and winter, it offers a variety of activities: In the summer, especially hiking and climbing, cycling and mountain biking on the Drau. Especially popular with families is the cross-border bike path from San Candido to Lienz in neighboring Austria. In winter, the ski area Baranci in operation, which has among other things, a toboggan run. Candido is on the trail network of Hochpustertal, which includes over 200 groomed trails connected. There are also opportunities for ice skating. The landscape is suitable for winter excursions with snow shoes or ski touring. Candido also has an indoor swimming pool
ABOUT SAN CANDIDO
Innichen (German pronunciation: [ˈɪnɪçn̩]; Italian: San Candido [saɲ ˈkandido]) is a market town and comune (municipality) in South Tyrol in northern Italy.
It is located in the Puster Valley on the Drava River, about 80 kilometres (50 mi) northeast of Bolzano, on Italy's border with Austria. It hosts Italy’s International Snow Sculpture Festival each year.
As November 2010, it had a population of 3,175.
Innichen borders the municipalities of Toblach, Innervillgraten (Austria), Sexten, and Sillian (Austria).
It is home to the Innichen Abbey, founded here in the late 8th century and which belonged to the Prince-Bishopric of Freising. The abbey itself was disestablished in 1785, while the surrounding estates were acquired by the County of Tyrol after the Mediatisation of 1803 (Reichsdeputationshauptschluss). According to the Treaty of Saint-Germain terms, Innichen became part of Kingdom of Italy in 1919. Innichen is still the site of a Franciscan monastery founded in 1691.
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