Aureus Prime Resort, Fugen, Tirol, Austria, 6263 | New homes for sale | Savills
415 sq ft(38.55 sq m)
Guide price €224,000 -​ €497,000(£196,455 -​ £435,884)

Aureus Prime ResortFugen, Tirol, Austria, 6263

    Key features

    • 32 first class equipped apartments
    • Selection of sizes
    • High quality interior
    • Large wellness area with relaxation lounges
    • Project starts spring 2021 and completion is due summer 2022

    32 high-quality apartments are being built with fantastic views of the Zillertal Alps and the surrounding mountain panorama.

    About this property

    • Featuring modern Tyrolean architecture and traditional materials, 32 top quality apartments are being built in this fantastic, sunny location. In the bedrooms there are tasteful wallpaper with symmetrical ornaments and noble tendril images, providing a classic, modern charm. In the bathrooms there are spacious showers with rain shower heads. Every apartment is is fully equipped and furnished.

      The wellness area is approx. 200m² and offers:

      • Relaxation lounges
      • Finnish sauna
      • Bio sauna
      • Regeneration showers
      • Outdoor pool with relaxation garden

      Austria's leading landlord of holiday homes and apartment, Alps, founded in 2011 Residence Holiday Service GmbH – based in Kitzbuhel and Kirchberg, the rental take over manager guarantees operation at the highest level.

      There is a challenging but beautifully landscaped 18-hole golf course. Sat at 550m above sea level, the golf course is the deepest course in Tyrol.

      Fugen at a glance-
      • Innsbruck airport – 50km
      • Salzburg airport – 145km
      • Munich airport (DE) – 170km
      • Memmingen airport (DE) – 245km
      • Zurich airport (CH) – 330km
      • 535 km of slopes
      • 125km of perfectly groomed cross-country trails
      • 400km of cleared winter hiking trails
      • 9 natural and artificial ice rinks

    Local information

    • Summer or winter – there is always something going on here. The Zillertal has a lot to offer holidaymakers because it is one of the traditional and at the same time particularly active regions of Tyrol with a wide range of sports from mountain biking to rafting. Old costume and folk festivals such as the annual Gauderfest in Zell am Ziller show that customs are maintained here despite the modern tourist infrastructure.
    • The greatest scenic sensation is the high mountain nature park Zillertal Alps, its 80 glaciers and the numerous 3000 metre peaks with the Hochfeiler (3,509 metres) as the highest point. The area is not only largely untouched, but is also particularly suitable for hiking and climbing.
    • In the cold season, in addition to cross-country skiing and winter hiking, holidaymakers can choose between six varied ski areas with a total of several hundred kilometer of slopes.