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LIENZ (AT)
HOUSE TO BUY - ID 2982 - H01

€ 590.000

DETAILS
Overall area: 280 m²
Living area: 240 m²
Floor: Multi
Construction year: 2000
Energy Class: C
Rooms: 9
Kitchen: eat-in
Bathroom: 3 mit Fenster und 1 ohne
Basement: 170 m²
Balcony: Yes
Terrace: 30 m²
Attic: 70 m²
Ground: 1280 m²
Garden: No
Garage: Included
Parking space: Included
Lift: Yes
Convenzionato: No
Condition: Good
Heating: Öl
Heating Type: Zentral
DESCRIPTION
Lienz (AT), House
H01 ISELSBERG (Austria): At the foot of the Grossglockner in the Hohe Tauern National Park, we sell a beautiful, free-standing multi-family house surrounded by a huge garden, with large garage and covered car parking in the most beautiful and sunniest slope to about 1100Hm, with stately yet breathtaking Panoramasüdblick on the basin of Lienz. This suburb is considered prominent residential area of the Lienz citizens. This 3-storey house was rebuilt in part. Stately Home, discerning, best internal classification of the spaces increase the value of this property. A building permit a swimming pool with an unobstructed view of the sun Lienz is already available. Basement: approx 170m2, Ground floor approx 170m2, floor: 70m2 approx. Convenient location near golf course and airport.
ABOUT LIENZ (AT)

Lienz German pronunciation: [ˈliːɛnt͡s] is a medieval town in the Austrian state of Tyrol. It is the administrative centre of the Lienz district, which covers all of East Tyrol. The municipality also includes the cadastral subdivision of Patriasdorf.

Geography

Lienz is located at the confluence of the rivers Isel and Drava in the Eastern Alps, between the Hohe Tauern mountain range in the north (including the Schober and Kreuzeck groups), and the Gailtal Alps in the south. It is connected with Winklern in Carinthia by the Iselsberg Pass. The neighbouring municipality of Leisach marks the easternmost point of the Puster Valley.

By the consistent growth of the city, some smaller villages around – though officially municipalities in their own right – are now widely considered to be suburbs of Lienz. Those suburbs comprise:

History

The area of Lienz had been settled since the Bronze Age about 2000 BC. Celtic people lived here from about 300 BC on, mainly as miners, who came under control of the Roman Empire in 15 BC. The area was incorporated into the province of Noricum and Emperor Claudius had a municipium called Aguntum erected near Lienz in... Read more...

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