This house in Neukirchen is completely “towards the sun”.

Single family home for sale in 5741 Neukirchen am Großvenediger


This property has already been sold successfully.



Even at the time of construction, energy efficiency and the use of alternative and renewable energy was one of the central points of this detached house. The orientation is towards the sun. Solar panels are installed on the roof. A controlled ventilation system with heat exchanger is available. Last but not least, the elaborate construction of the entire building envelope, consisting of 3 layers of masonry and insulation, ensures impressively low operating and heating costs. Especially cold winter days without sunshine can be bridged with the wood stove integrated into the heating system.

With 145 m² of living space, including an eat-in kitchen, a large sunny living area currently divided into a music room and a media room by a lightweight wall, both with access to the conservatory and covered outdoor seating area, cloakroom, guest toilet on the ground floor; as well as 3 bedrooms on the upper floor, this house offers a high degree of comfort and is an ideal home for families. The two bathrooms on the upper floor have natural light, the larger one has a bath and shower, in addition there is also a separate toilet on this floor. The rooms currently used as "children's rooms" have a balcony or access to the covered terrace.

The house has a full basement with another direct cellar exit from the garden. In addition to storage and storage facilities, the building services and a fitness and wellness room are housed here.

Carport and parking spaces are available on the property.


Extremely energy-efficient construction
Kitchen, living area, conservatory, outdoor seating area, guest toilet
3 bedrooms, 2 daylight bathrooms, dressing room, toilet
Fit & wellness room, technical room, storerooms and storerooms


The market town of Neukirchen am Großvenediger is situated in the uppermost part of the Salzach Valley between the Hohe Tauern in the south and the Kitzbühel Alps in the north in the "Hohe Tauern" National Park.

The village at 856 metres above sea level has developed from a former church hamlet on the scree of the Wiesbach stream into a market town with about 2934 inhabitants and a popular holiday destination. In summer, a variety of sports and leisure activities as well as various mountain events are offered. In winter, the Wildkogel ski arena - with, among other things, the world's longest illuminated toboggan run - is right on the doorstep. Other skiing areas, such as the Zillertalarena or Kitzski (Kitzbüheler Bergbahnen) are only a few minutes' drive away with the panoramic cable car.

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