Have you ever dreamed of living in a real castle? Then there is just the right thing for you now! A serene baroque castle with vineyard and park, where you can choose your personal residence with just the right size and atmosphere.
Visible from afar, rising above sunny vineyards, Zizers Castle is being awakened from its slumber and furnished with luxurious condominiums in close coordination with the preservation of historical monuments. Each apartment captivates with historical details and a distinctive character. This offers a unique opportunity to establish a stately residence among like-minded people in the scenic Chur Rhine Valley....
Centrally Located and Easily Accessible in the Alpine Region Due to its location on one of the most important transalpine routes, all destinations in Switzerland can be reached quickly from Zizers. The half-hourly Chur-Landquart railroad line takes 11 minutes by train from the Zizers station to the cantonal capital of Chur. Bus line 3 offers further connections to the region. Via the feeder road to the A13 freeway, Chur can be reached in a good 10 minutes by car. The spa town of Davos, the famous meeting place of influential personalities worldwide, can be reached in 40 minutes. The big city of Zurich and the banking and university city of St. Gallen are both a good hour away. Zizers is also well connected internationally. The Principality of Liechtenstein, Austria and Germany can be reached in a short time. Ticino and Italy can also be reached quickly via the excellently developed San Bernardino Pass.
As the only residence in the main wing, "Erzherzog" has an enclosed garden with an idyllic terrace, wide lawns, and planting areas - at over 650 square meters even larger than the actual flat. So social gatherings can move outside under the shady pergola and into the corner pavilions.
Zizers Castle combines a dreamlike location with convenient access to the Rhine Valley. At this inspiring and historic location, one can perfectly realize one's own wishes in a stately setting - past and present enter into a forward-looking union.
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