The area is known as a hotspot for orchids and other plant species

For anyone seeking the ultimate rural retreat now has the unusual opportunity to buy an apartment in one of Austria’s greatest nature reserves, Alpine Park Karwendel. Kristall Spaces AG, the sales arm of British-managed property developer VenturePlus AG, is now launching All-Suite Resort Karwendel, featuring 32 modern residences.

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Located in the reserve’s village of Hinteriss, it is only an hour’s drive from historic Munich. At 928m above sea level, Hinterriss is part of the Risstal Valley in the Karwendel Mountains, which have been declared one of 24 Priority Conservation Areas in the WWF European Alpine Programme.

Stretching from Austria’s Tirol to Germany’s Bavaria, the area is recognised as one of Europe’s most important drinking water reservoirs and is home to an impressive range of flora and fauna. Known as a hotspot for orchids and other plant species, Karwendel also boasts a large number of golden eagles and chamois.


Simon Atterbury, Principal at VenturePlus AG comments: “To be able to buy a property within one of Austria’s protected areas is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Due to the exclusive status of the development’s location, it’s our upmost priority to protect and preserve the surrounding nature.

He continued: “The apartments will be built on the former site of a hotel, which means the plot of land has always been designated to and designed for touristic and living purposes. In addition, we are collaborating with the local authorities and ecologists, who are advising us throughout the construction period, ensuring minimal impact on the wildlife.”

The properties are due for completion at the end of 2019

Due for completion in December 2019, All-Suite Resort Karwendel will feature a choice of one, two and three-bedroom apartments ranging from 33m² to 114m². The entire resort is supplied with water from a natural spring and onsite amenities include a brasserie restaurant, bar and a farm shop that offers fresh, local delicacies. Those wanting to put on the chef apron can do so at the ground’s specially designed BBQ area. The communal garden features a Karwendel walk in collaboration with the Nature Park.

History-buffs will appreciate that All-Suite Resort Karwendel’s plot of land used to be home to Hotel Herzoglicher Alpenhof. For centuries, the hotel was linked to the royal family of House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, who favoured the area for hunting. Nowadays, Queen Elisabeth ll is a beneficiary of the forestry estate surrounding the resort and Hinterriss even counts Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium to their neighbours. The rich history as well as the majestic nature surrounding the site will be reflected in the overall design of All-Suite Resort Karwendel.

While the architecture of the development’s exterior is based on wood, stone, water, fire and wind to mirror the area’s nature reserve, buyers are given a choice between a modern and traditional finish for their apartment’s interiors. Standard features include wireless LAN and intercom access. The bathrooms come with Italian ceramics and Hans Grohe fittings, whilst the Miele kitchens boast integrated appliances, cutlery and crockery. The spacious living areas make it easy to relax and come with sofas, upholstered with the finest Loden material.

Floor to ceiling windows

To make the most of the views, each apartment features triple-glazed floor to ceiling windows and spacious, south-facing balconies or terraces. Prices range from €154,000 for a 2-bed apartment, €415,000 for a 3-bed apartment and €542,000 for a 4-bed apartment. Interested buyers, looking for additional details on All-Suite Resort Karwendel can find these

Due for completion in December 2019, All-Suite Resort Karwendel will feature a choice of one, two and three-bedroom apartments ranging from 33m² to 114m². The entire resort is supplied with water from a natural spring and onsite amenities include a brasserie restaurant, bar and a farm shop that offers fresh, local delicacies.

Karwendel Mountains

While the architecture of the development’s exterior is based on wood, stone, water, fire and wind to mirror the area’s nature reserve, buyers are given a choice between a modern and traditional finish for their apartment’s interiors. Standard features include wireless LAN and intercom access. The bathrooms come with Italian ceramics and Hans Grohe fittings, whilst the Miele kitchens have integrated appliances, cutlery and crockery. The spacious living areas make it easy to relax and come with sofas, upholstered with the finest Loden material.

To make the most of the views, each apartment features triple-glazed floor to ceiling windows and spacious, south-facing balconies or terraces. Prices range from €154,000 for a 2-bed apartment, €415,000 for a 3-bed apartment and €542,000 for a 4-bed apartment.

More details on All-Suite Resort Karwendel can be found at: www.kristall-spaces.com