Turmhaus Tirol Chalet
Located in the Austrian snowy Alps, sits Turmhaus Tirol, an award winning tower-shaped chalet designed by the German architect Grunecker Reichelt. The architectural masterpiece is built on six floors and features a small elevator to connect all levels for transporting goods and baggage. A concrete skeleton clad in larch nods to the alpine chalets, whilst natural stone floors, and larch furniture complete the contemporary look. The basement levels comprise garage, billiard and wine cellar, and foyer and the first of five guestrooms. The main apartment on the ground floor hosts up to 4, and there is also a sauna. In true James Bond style, the access to Turmhaus Tirol runs through a cutout in the mountain, and the underground garage easily fits 4 cars and enables you a dry access into the house in any weather condition. The impressive property is available to rent via Off Grid Hideaways.