The historic Engadine farmhouse was completely renovated in 2012/2013 by architect Hans-Jörg Ruch and adapted to today's sophisticated needs. In the process, components from the 15th/17th and 18th centuries were taken over.
The Sulèr (entrance room) and Palantschin (attic) areas date from the 17th century. The house probably acquired its present volume in the 18th century, when the hay barn was added and the roof was built in a uniform form over the entire volume.
Inside the house, the medieval parts as well as the 17th and 18th century components were carefully cleaned or restored. In some rooms, Engadine moonwood from Swiss stone pines and larches was used. The various solid wooden floors are also made of Engadine larch moonwood.
Of the 14 living rooms, 3 are original panelled stüvas and 8 are bedrooms with 7 bathrooms.
A cottage garden with small sitting area is located on the side of the house.
Unique, renovated Engadine house
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~ 749 m²
Surface of parcel
~ 573 m²
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