The villa was designed by architect Prof. Walter Angonese designed and artistically designed by the artist Manfred Alois Mayr. It is a modern, not at all ordinary, but the architectural past connected piece of jewelery.
On the lowest floor there is a bedroom with ensuite bathroom, as well as a living room, also usable as additional bedroom with own bathroom. In front of these rooms is the outdoor, but protected by a canopy, the private Jacuzzi. In front of it a nice, spacious garden with sun loungers, designed by landscape ecologist Roland Dellagiacoma
The highlight of the outdoor area is the environmentally friendly pool. They swim in chlorine-free brine, which is purified by means of salt electrolysis. The soft water will pamper your skin.
There is a Finn sauna which can also be used as Bio Sauna / Herbarium Thermarium.
On the floor above it is eaten and lazy. The open dining and living area offers a view of the surrounding mountains and the fragrant Mediterranean garden. The room extends outwards onto the terrace bordered by blue rain. A cozy patio invites you to dolce vita.
The last floor is completely occupied by the large master bedroom with free-standing bathtub.
This is a space for people who appreciate and want to experience something special.
The villa welcomes you in a unique ambience that combines high quality design (Plank, Rossin, Flos, Roberti Rattan) with local materials and traditional craftsmanship.
Of course, the house offers all the amenities of modern living: air conditioning, washing machine, dishwasher, induction cooker, Internet, flat screen TV, fireplace, outdoor grill, bath towels, bathrobes, etc. - Dogs are allowed.
The house has 2 parking spaces in its own underground car park.
Villa Baronessina offers space for 4-6 persons on an area of approx. 200m2.
Location: The villa is located on the edge of the center of the historic wine village Kaltern. Various shops, restaurants, bars as well as an ice cream shop, bakery, butcher, pharmacy, wine shop and public bus stop can be reached in 2-3 minutes on foot. Nevertheless, you live in complete privacy.
Kaltern am See is located in South Tyrol, a country at the interface of German and Italian culture. Also a land of scenic extremes. Once rugged and sparse, with the Dolomites (UNESCO natural heritage), where mountaineer legend Reinhold Messner earned the first spurs, and the eternal ice, where the 5000-year-old glacier mummy »Ötzi« was found. Then, on the other hand, in the south, sweet, Mediterranean, with palm trees, cypresses, strawberry trees and even passion flowers, "where a gentle mild air fills the area," as Goethe already remarked in 1786.
The landscape in the south is characterized by picturesque wine villages, imposing castles, numerous historic buildings. If one did not see in the distance the Sciliar, the rose garden and a corner of the Marmolada and hear mainly German speaking, one might think that I am in Tuscany.
Kaltern's local mountain is the Mendel, reachable by a funicular railway and an ideal starting point for numerous hikes. Only 2 km to the south is the Kalterer See, the warmest bathing lake in the Alps.
In and around Caldaro is a variety of the best wineries and wine producers in South Tyrol, which you can visit.
You will be spoiled for choice when it comes to culinary delights: from the quaint, rural pub, to the typical Italian pizzeria, to the Michelin-starred restaurant, everything is within reach.
For years, South Tyrol's winemakers and chefs have been among the most awarded in Italy.
Highlights are offered throughout the year: from concerts and music festivals to village festivals and culinary weeks to lived customs and demanding sporting events.
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