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€ 2,200,000

7 room luxury Villa for sale in Salzburg

216 m²



The stylish villa was built in 1932 in the Salzburg district of Gnigl on a plot of 1,122 m². In 1964 the attic was expanded. The street is traffic-calmed (30 km / h) with no passage for trucks. The house has three floors with a total of approx. 216 m² of living space. The building has a partial basement with approx. 32 m² of usable space. The property is landscaped very nicely and tastefully designed. A pond with water lilies adorns the garden. Old trees, supplemented by young trees and bushes, surround the property, which is almost invisible from the outside. There is a large double garage with approx. 41 m² of usable space on the property. A wood store with approx. 26 m² of usable space is attached to it. A staircase on the side leads to the residential floors and the basement. This would also make it possible to create three independent apartments. The ground floor could also be used, for example, as a doctor's office or as a law office for a lawyer or tax advisor. The upper floors would then continue to be used as living space. The closest bus stop, where three city bus routes and the Postbus (intercity bus) operate, can be reached in a few minutes on foot. In the vicinity, mostly within walking distance or easily accessible by bike, there are shops and facilities for daily needs: two supermarkets, a pharmacy and doctors, a bakery, butcher and hairdresser as well as two bank branches. Kindergarten, elementary school and all-day care have been integrated into the newly built educational campus since 2018. The dining room, library and park can be shared by all children. There are also numerous leisure activities in the district: several sports clubs, a ski club, cultural and traditional associations and the voluntary fire brigade. Salzburg is the capital of the federal state of the same name and with around 155,000 inhabitants the fourth largest city in Austria. The town mountains, the river Salzach flowing through the town and the fortress Hohensalzburg, which can be seen from afar, landmarks of the town and one of the largest medieval castle complexes in Europe, are characteristic of the townscape. The Salzburg Festival and the performances of "Jedermann" in the backdrop of Domplatz are world-famous. With the exhibition center founded in 1973 with its ten exhibition halls, Salzburg gained great importance as a trade fair city. Tourism is an important economic factor. With around 1 million overnight stays per year, Salzburg ranks second in Austria after Vienna. The most famous son of the city is the composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born here in 1756, which is why Salzburg is nicknamed "Mozart City" and the airport is called "Salzburg Airport WA Mozart". The city borders in the north-west on Freilassing in Bavaria, the rest of the city area on the district of Salzburg-Umgebung ("Flachgau"). Due to its convenient location, the city forms the core of the cross-border Euro region Salzburg - Berchtersgadener Land - Traunstein and is also the hub of the important road and rail routes in the west-east traffic Innsbruck - Salzburg - Vienna as well as the transalpine north-south connection Munich - Salzburg - Villach in the Alps-Adriatic region. Since the Middle Ages Gnigl was important as a mill village (grain mills and forges) and important for the water supply of the city of Salzburg (water pipes from 1485). Its importance as a traffic junction was reinforced by the construction of the Giselabahn (Salzburg-Tirol-Bahn) railway line in 1860 and was given a boost by the marshalling yard, built in 1908. In 1881 the Gnigl volunteer fire brigade was founded, which still exists today. Gnigl has been part of Salzburg since 1934, but has retained its independent character. The villa was built around 1932 in massive construction. The facade is plastered and painted. The building is in good structural condition. Renovations were carried out regularly. The wooden windows with muntin division are designed as box windows: two parallel casements can be opened inwards one after the other. In 2000 these box windows were renewed by a carpentry company and the outer window sashes were provided with insulating glass. The entire roof was renewed in 2000 and covered with copper. In addition, rain gutters and downpipes were also renewed in copper. In 2013 the heating system was renewed and converted to modern condensing technology. The hot water is supplied via the central heating system. There is a tiled stove in each of the living rooms on all three floors, not only for additional heat supply, but also for a cozy feeling of living. The bathroom on the ground floor was renovated in 1991, the kitchens and other bathrooms were renewed around 2015. On the ground floor and upstairs the floor of the living room and bedroom consists of wooden planks, in the attic of parquet. The kitchens and bathrooms are tiled. On the ground floor with approx. 84 m² there are two large living rooms. The large fitted kitchen with dining area is connected to the front living room by a double-leaf door. There is also a large bathroom with tub, shower, washbasin, toilet and bidet. On the upper floor with approx. 84 m² there is also a large living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom with tub, washbasin and toilet, starting from a central hall. The top floor with approx. 48 m² has an anteroom, a large living room / bedroom, a small fitted kitchen and a shower room with washbasin and toilet. There are also two storage rooms with approx. 17 m². A small sleeping area could possibly be created here. The house is equipped with an alarm system. As a precautionary measure, the seller obtained a building permit for the construction of a small passenger elevator. Should it be necessary or become necessary at a later point in time, the buyer would have the opportunity to come back to this planning. For buildings that are of particular importance for the characteristic character of the locality or townscape as well as for the locality or urban structure (characteristic buildings), conservation requirements can be specified. Such a conservation requirement also applies to this characteristic building. If desired, there is the possibility of further development on the property. We will be happy to provide you with details on request. The costs for operating and heating costs, including property tax, amount to around EUR 550.00 per month. The house can be sold at short notice and free of encumbrances. If you would like further information or would like to take a tour, please speak to our manager Mr. Helmar Lux, who looks after this property personally. Please understand that we need your full contact details before providing further information. By the way, the offer is absolutely free of commission for a buyer. Our work is rewarded by the seller. However, the buyer has to bear the additional costs such as notary and land registry costs. With an approximate calculation, these should be: - Notary fees approx. 2.5% of the purchase price - Land transfer tax approx. 3.5% of the purchase price The figures given here are only general information to give you an orientation. To find out specific figures, please ask your lawyer or tax advisor. All information is based on data provided to us by the owner. We do not assume any liability for correctness and / or completeness. Errors and prior sale are reserved. Final energy requirement: 194.00 kWh / (m² a)



External size
1,122 m²
216 m²
Car parking
Published on
9 November 2020
Year of construction

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