4 ROOM APARTMENT
ID 4969 - W04-F2
Overall area: 107,9 m²
Living area: 83,8 m²
Floor: Ground floor
Construction year: 2015
Energy Class: A
Bathroom: 1 con finestra 1 senza
Basement: 8 m²
Balcony: 11,6 m²
Garden: 37 m²
Parking space: No
Heating Type: Autonom
Brunico, 4 room apartment
W04-F2 Sales only on in the province Bolzano (BZ) resident persons.
BRUNICO: This four room apartment consists 1 living room with kitchenette, 3 bed rooms, 2 baths, 1 wardrobe, 1 terrace, 1 basement and 1 subterranean garage. The district heating works with floor-heating. In central and traffic calming position is developing one of two projected housing areas, which are aligned versus south and so large, bright apartments presents. The apartments of the residence are built at the standard of KlimaHaus A nature and therefore they are eco-friendly, power-saving, high-quality and sustainable. The environments as well as the apartments are family-friendly and the wide balconies allow a view over the whole city. Sales only on in the province Bolzano resident persons.
Bruneck (German pronunciation: [ˈbrʊnɛk]; Italian: Brunico [ˈbruːniko]; Ladin: Bornech or Burnech; Latin: Branecium or Brunopolis) is the largest town in the Puster Valley in the Italian province of South Tyrol.
Bruneck lies at the confluence of the Ahr with the Rienz, which itself flows into the Eisack river. Here the northern Tauferer Ahrntal side valley and the southern Gadertal (Val Badia) of the Gran Ega creek join the broad Pustertal. The municipal area stretches from the slopes of the Zillertal Alps in the west to the Rieserferner Group of the High Tauern range in the east. In the south rises the Kronplatz massif, part of the Dolomites, the Bruneck Hausberg with the Messner Mountain Museum Corones building designed by Zaha Hadid on top at an elevation of 2,275 metres (7,464 ft) and a popular ski area.
The Bruneck town centre is located about 35 kilometres (22 mi) west of Brixen and 70 kilometres (43 mi) of the regional capital Bolzano on the road to the Brenner Pass. To the east, the town is 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Winnebach (part of Innichen) on the border with East Tyrol in Austria.
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