6 ROOM APARTMENT
ID 3408 - W05
PRICE ON REQUEST
Overall area: 155 m²
Living area: 128 m²
Construction year: 1990
Energy Class: E
Bathroom: 1 con finestra 1 senza
Basement: 16 m²
Balcony: 5 m²
Attic: 50 m²
Parking space: No
Heating Type: Autonom
Ortisei, 6 room apartment
W05 ST. ULRICH / VAL GARDENA: Here in a beautiful hillside location at the entrance of St. Ulrich we are selling a like-new spacious duplex apartment in a traditional residential facility. The center of St. Ulrich can be reached in just a few minutes. In the living room and in the spacious living area on the top floor in each case is a traditional beautiful brick fireplace. The duplex apartment is on the second floor of 1 living room, 1 kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 1 toilet, 1 walk, 1 balcony, 1 staircase and loft from 1 Living room, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom. A spacious basement and a double garage with storage room are sold with.
Urtijëi ( [uʀtiˈʒɜi̯] ; German: St. Ulrich in Gröden [saŋkt ˈulrɪç in ˈɡrøːdn̩]; Italian: Ortisei [ortiˈzɛi]) is a town of 4,637 inhabitants in South Tyrol in northern Italy. It occupies the Val Gardena within the Dolomites, a mountain chain that is part of the Alps.
Urtijëi borders the following municipalities: Kastelruth, Villnöß, Lajen and Santa Cristina Gherdëina.
The Ladin-language name Urtijëi derives from the Latin word urtica and the suffix -etum with the meaning "place of nettles".
From 1860 to 1914 Urtijëi experienced a relevant economical growth due to the opening of a major road connecting Val Gardena to the main railroad; as a result the local woodcarving industry flourished. International tourism developed through the discovery of the Dolomites first by English tourists, and subsequently visitors from other parts of Austria-Hungary as well as the German Empire. Currently, the town's economy is mostly based on winter skiing tourism, summer hiking tourism, and woodcarving.
Coat of arms
The emblem shows Saint Ulrich, with the bishop's vestments and a gold cross in his right hand, mounted on a horse, with gold... Read more...