Villa Tinus
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Villa Tinus

TrueStar Real Estate as Developers

The owner of the house and of the company, designer passionate about architecture and luxury real estate. He meticulously renovated the old villa transforming it into a luxury chalet with attention to detail.

Some places have the power to evoke unique emotions, St. Moritz is one of them. In the Upper Engadine, at an altitude of 1,856 m, St. Moritz is a refined Alpine town and an elegant tourist destination.

photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo

With its ski slopes, St. Moritz is an unmissable destination for those who love winter sports. Its thermal springs and luxurious spas offer well-being in every season of the year.

In this exclusive location you can spend amazing holidays staying at Villa Tinus, one of the most historical villas in St. Moritz, located in the precious location of Suvretta. Built in the early ‘20 of the 20th century and recently renovated, it is a unique hideaway surrounded by nature with a breathtaking view of the lake and mountains. 

photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo

The villa is composed of 5 floors: The Cave (basement), The Nook (first floor), The Heaven (second floor) and The Floor (fourth and fifth floor). 

This villa can be rent entirely or separately. For example, you can rent The Cave + The Nook, The Heaven + The Roof, the entire villa, or just the two floors of The Roof.

photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo

THE CAVE - Basement
Starting from the basement of the villa, we find the luxury apartment “The Cave”.

Booking the whole villa, this could be the children area with the nanny, finely renovated and furnished in an alpine-chic style. It consists of an elegant and comfortable living room characterized by soft tailor-made sofas, a practical kitchen, a bathroom with a contemporary shower and a double bedroom with a raised bed, from which you can extract a jacuzzi next to the bed.

photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo

THE  NOOK - First floor
On the first floor we meet “The Nook”, which is characterized by its fine and contemporary furnishings.

Developed on 117 square meters, the apartment offers three bedrooms and three private bathrooms. The rooms, wisely furnished with unique pieces, enjoy an excellent view of the surrounding nature.

photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo

The master bedroom is characterized by a particular bed with metal profiles skilfully illuminated by a contemporary arched-lamp, perfect for reading. The living area is enhanced by a large and white kitchen with kitchen island with Gaggenau furnishings.

The corner sofa of the patronal room makes this apartment so exclusive, overlooking the beautiful setting of St. Moritz.

photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo

THE HEAVEN - second floor
On the second floor of the villa we meet the prestigious apartment “The Heaven”, full of charme and uniqueness. The apartment offers a breath-taking view of the surrounding mountains  and the lake. The flat is 115 square meters and offers two bedrooms made in wood and precious furnishing accessories, and two bathrooms.

The entrance is characterized by a magic wooden floor, alternated with a deep glass slab, under which you can find historical Alpine furnishings exposed. The kitchen, enriched with Gaggenau appliances and covered in wooden slats, makes the space a fluid environment. The nicest feature is the glass dining table which overlooks the valley.

photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo

THE ROOF - Fourth floor & fifth floor
The villa ends with The Roof, composed of 2 floors: the first one (fourth floor of the villa) starts with the living area, characterized by 100 square meters, arranged on a large living room with kitchen and enriched by panoramic windows. There is space for a majestic ten-seater sofa and a double sofa bed. The living area also offers a small reading room.

The last floor of the villa is characterized by a beautiful wooden sloping roof and a stunning panoramic view. Here we find a double bedroom with a private bathroom, walk-in closet and steam bath.

photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo

The accurate use of wood in every corner of the villa, combined with the magical details of the living area, makes this place unique and the location incomparable.

Choosing Villa Tinus means living a dream: St. Moritz is not just sport and relaxation, this sparkling town also offers art, history, shopping and exceptional gastronomy. It is no coincidence that over the years it has made its way into the hearts of many artists, directors and stars of the international jetset.

photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo

If you are looking for a magic and exclusive place to stay for your holidays, Villa Tinus is the best choice: the villa is perfect for family holidays or long weekends with friends surrounded by silent nature.

The villa can be rent for holidays but also bought entirely in its uncut version with all the 5 floors. On the other hand, a client can buy the floors in pairs: The Cave + The Nook or The Heaven + The Roof.

photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo
photo_credit Andrea ciotti photo
Andrea ciotti photo
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Andrea ciotti photo
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