The chalet in the Tyrolean mountains near Kitzbuehel was built in 1932 by Otto Roth, brother of the famous author Eugen Roth, for his jewish lover Charlotte von Prybram. Soon after the construction was finished Charlotte was forced to sell the house and had to leave for exile in England. The cottage in the “Bauhaus” style stands in close context to the style of the house of painter Alfons Walde and other houses in the area.
The current owners bought the house in the 1990s and had it rebuilt according to every detail of the original plans of Otto Roth after it burnt down in 2003. Lovely situated high up on the mountains it has a wonderful view over the Tyrolean mountains and the fact that in winter it can not be reached by car contributes to the feeling of being at a magic place.