A unique ensemble in a picturesque location, with all natural living comforts guaranteed: The Mauracher Estate is nestled on a gently sloping vineyard in the exclusive Gries area of Bolzano/Bozen, close to the vibrant town centre yet surrounded by peaceful greenery. Painstakingly renovated, fitted to the highest of standards and unique in its symbiosis between tradition and modernity: The Mauracher is a precious jewel that blends centuries of history with first-class quality of life. Dream accommodation to satisfy the highest of demands!

Often, just the smallest touches of modernity are enough. And the old and the new come together to create a new whole.
Walter Angonese, architect

The Mauracherhof: Living history

The Mauracherhof farm was first reference in documents from 1276, but its origins date back further still. Since the days of the original Roman core building, the estate was remodelled and renovated in the Gothic and Baroque periods and in the early 20th century. The winegrowing estate, characteristic of the Bolzano area, still features the late-gothic architecture of the 16th century, with a square core and cantilevered jetties above rounded arches. The “Mauracher Weinstube” was built at the beginning of the 20th century, and was a popular meeting venue with locals and tourists. The Mauracherhof farm is overlooked by the Torre Druso/Gscheibten Turm tower, the only remaining part of the historic Treuenstein Castle.

A cultural memorial

The Mauracherhof farm is a historic complex and is a memorial to the cultural history of South Tyrol. Precious panelling and paintings by renowned Bozen artist Albert Stolz dating to the 1920s, bright bull’s-eye glass and centuries-old groin vaults bear priceless witness to the architecture and lifestyle of bygone times. Rich in tradition and unparalleled in its uniqueness, the complex is a listed building.


Mauracherhof - Via Rafenstein 3 - 39100 Bolzano (South Tyrol) - Italy

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