A new trend in newly-built mountain apartments is emerging. These projects are defined by their high-quality architecture and boutique character.
They are situated in ‘forgotten’ locations, forming a natural part of their village surroundings and are within walking distance of all the services a client may need. In addition to year-round sports and relaxation opportunities, they also provide their new owners with privacy and real peace of mind, a luxury which is rarely found in popular domestic destinations nowadays. It is these principles on which the Abertamy Platz project is based.
The project is located in Abertamy, a town in the midst of the mystical Ore Mountains (Krušné hory), which were recently listed as a UNESCO site for their uniqueness and rich history. The town is situated at the foot of the Plešivec mountain, with its modern ski area and trail park, and on the ‘Ore Mountains Highway’, an extensive cross-country skiing and cycling trail. On a renovated, picturesque square, stands a corner building, formerly operated as the legendary Uran hotel. The current owner, Residence Abertamy s.r.o., plans an extensive reconstruction here in the spring of next year to restore to the square and to the building their original charm and pride, but in a contemporary fashion. The Abertamy Platz project will offer 17 apartments, from studios to generously-apportioned, terraced duplexes. The amenities will include a sauna, bicycle and ski storage rooms, a lift to the basement, private parking in the courtyard and optional professional management of apartments with above-standard yields of 6–8%. The icing on the cake is the planned restaurant on the ground floor, which the locals are already looking forward to.