Nice and cozy apartment in Cortina d'Ampezzo. The apartment is at the ground floor with a stunning view to the main mountains surronding Cortina: Tofane, Nuvolao, Croda da Lago and Becco di Mezzodì. The apartment (130sqm) has an living room with dining table, kitchen, one service bedroom with bathroom, double bedroom with bathroom, bunk bedroom and two single beds bedroom with bathroom. One indoor car parking and a private canteen.
Ideal for families.
Situated in a strategic position, 10 minutes walking from Cortina's city center through the pedestrian path wich is a bicicle route as well. The Apartment is the ideal starting point for a stay in Cortina. The apartment has a beatiful panorama to the dolomites through the main french window.
The appartment is on the ground floor and has 4 bedrooms (1 big double room, one bunk bedroom, one with two single bedrooms and a a small one with one single bed) and 3 bathrooms.
An equipped renovated kitchen with dining room in the living room.
There is an indoor garage and one parking available plus a private canteen.
Disponible para huéspedes
Guests have access to all the apartment on the ground floor, the indoor garage and the garden surronding the property.
The apartment has also one car's indoor parking.
Otros aspectos destacables
The position of the apartment is ideal for relaxing holidays staying in Cortina. The great pedestrian path to the city center allows you to get there without moving the car. In high season holiday period it's quite crowded the city center traffic and hard to find a parking.
The Apartment hasn't other adjacent buildings. The result is a stunning view to the Tofane!
- You must feel at home respecting the property
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I'm a young and passionate architect with different experience abroad.
I worked for several months in Bolivia where I finalized the design and construction of a new home for street kids, after having studied the relationship between the Aymara culture and earth as a building material.
I spent some months in Haiti working in NGO organizations. I've been learning many things from the great Norwegian School of Architecture, in particular about: materials, sustainability, inclusion of new buildings in the local environment.
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