Located in Abtenau, Austria, Leierhof is a newly built three-storey house in the Alps. Totalling 204m² (2,196ft²), the house was designed by Maximilian Eisenköck Architecture in 2016.
A tight three-story structure offers the user a generous ground plot, spread over two stories, with four bed- and bathrooms and a wide living-, dining room with a kitchen area in the first floor. Besides the general payload spaces the cellar houses a wellness area and a wine cellar. Huge window openings allowing the user spectacular views of the local alpine scenery of Salzburg. The continuous and bright interior trim paneling of solid cross-laminated timber boards subsidized a comfortable and cozy atmosphere.
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