We love how we live, every day.
In addition to my work at Bildegg, as a former head of department in an office in Warth, I am still actively involved in the local processes. Christoph, continues to run his father’s small holding on the farm, and also still works as a farm manager for the local community. In this way we actively secure the future of the village and that of our son Max.
You find a terrace in every apartment.
Bildegg. The hamlet in Warth’s old centre where our house is located is called Bildegg. Christoph’s family has deep roots here and they have been cultivating this landscape for generations. When we built the house in 2018, we deliberately wove the tradition of the place and the family history into the furnishings.
When crafting our apartment house we combined modern facilities and architecture with traditional construction.
It goes without saying that we wanted it to be as eco-friendly and sustainable as possible which is why we chose geothermal energy, and decided to tile the exterior of the house with traditional local larch shingles in addition to using conventional insulation. Wood also played the main role in the interior design, with all floors, windows and built-in furniture are made from renewable raw materials thus ensuring a comfortably warm atmosphere throughout. It offers the perfect contrast to the rugged natural landscape and therefore a cosiness that you will be delighted to retreat to of an evening.
Bildegg sits on a slope.
In the middle of nature.
Just a stone’s throw away from the river Lech, and with an unbroken view to the south towards Mittagsspitze and Höllenspitze. Far away from the hustle and bustle of Warth’s village centre, you’re guaranteed to sleep blissfully at our place.
You don’t even need a car.
Within a few minutes’ walk you can take the Warth Dorfbahn cable car which takes you up to Austria’s largest ski area. When you return home in the evening, you can almost unbuckle your skis right on the doorstep ;).
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