3.5 room apartment on the fifth floor Central location BGF 67 m2

CH-7500 St. Moritz, Via Maistra 4

CHF 1'700'000.-
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Characteristics
Description
Conveniences
Situation

Characteristics

Characteristics

Category
Apartment
Reference
ENG-1701
Located on floor no.
5th floor
Number of rooms
3.5
Number of bedrooms
2
Number of bathrooms
2
Number of toilets
2
Surface ground floor
67 sqm
Year of restoration
2006
Heating system
Fuel oil
Domestic water heating system
Fuel oil
Heating installation
Floor
Availability
immediately
Second home
Yes
Altitude (m)
1856 m

Number of parkings

Interior (not incl.)
2x / CHF 150'000.-

Contact for visiting

Mr. Rolf JAUSSI
Phone +41 (0)81 834 95 30
Mobile 078 745 10 61
Comment WHG 5.6

Description

Description

This modern 3.5 room apartment on Via Maistra in the heart of St. Moritz is located on the fifth floor of the Murezzan residential and office building. In 2006, the complex was completely redesigned and developed by renowned architect Sir Norman Foster. The apartment comprises a living room, a separate, modern kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom features an en-suite bathroom, while the second bedroom has a shower/WC. Communal spaces, including a laundry room, bike and ski room, and cellar, are located in the basement level of the property. An underground garage is easily accessible in the neighbouring building. Two garage spaces can be purchased for CHF 75,000.- each.

Remarks

The contract and notary costs and property transfer tax of 2.3% of the purchase price are payable by the buyer.

Conveniences

Conveniences

Neighbourhood
Village centre
Mountains
Shops/Stores
Bank
Post office
Restaurant(s)
Railway station
Bus stop
Near a golf course
Museum
Theatre
Ski resort
Cross-country ski trail
Hiking trails
Inside conveniences
Lift/elevator
Shower
Bath
Cellar
Garage
Ski storage
Triple glazing
Equipment
Ceramic glass cooktop
Oven
Fridge
Dishwasher
Interphone
Caretaker
Electric blind
Floor
Parquet floor
Stone
Condition
As new
Style
Modern
Standard
BBC (Energy-saving building)

Location

CH-7500 St. Moritz, Via Maistra 4

Distances

Station
800 m
Public transports
50 m
Stores
50 m

Situation

The Murezzan residential and office building is located at the top of Via Maistra, close to a variety of shops, banks, restaurants and hotels, as well as Via Serlas with its world-renowned, exclusive fashion boutiques and the legendary Badrutt's Palace Hotel. The Corviglia funicular station is a short walk away, while the post office, Klinik Gut surgery and railway station are right on the doorstep.

Municipality

Welcome to St. Moritz. Here, 150 years ago, winter tourism was born. St. Moritz is one of the most stunning holiday destinations in the Alps, appealing to lovers of luxury and sport from all over the world. Today, as before, the region is characterised by an innovative spirit, while also attracting tourists with its invigorating, salutary climate and the extraordinary beauty of its landscape. Its mineral springs were already known back in the Bronze Age, more than 3,400 years ago, as shown by the dating of the prehistoric St.Mauritius spring tapping. However, it was not until 1856, when the first Kulm Hotel was opened, that the destination really began to take off. Thanks to a bet made between Johannes Badrutt, a pioneering hotelier in St. Moritz, and four of his guests in September 1864, it also became established as a winter sports destination. And thanks to many innovative locals and visitors, St. Moritz has also been the birthplace of numerous inventions, including the first electric light (Christmas 1878), the first motorised flight in Switzerland (1910), and the first ski lift (1935). In 1930, St. Moritz was the first place to have a logo (the St. Moritz sun) registered as a trademark. The lettering with its logo (St. Moritz TOP OF THE WORLD) has been trademark protected since 1986. St. Moritz is known for its iconic leaning tower – the remains of the 16th century Church of St. Mauritius, which was damaged in the 19th century. Other attractions include the Segantini Museum, which houses many works by artist Giovanni Segantini, and the Museum Engiadinais, which exhibits collections relating to cultural history and folklore.