The Vienna Woods range over 105.000 hectares. They were designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and as the only one of these reserves bordering on a major city, with over one million inhabitants. The property in Vienna is situated at one of the wood’s branches, next to a stream and at the beginning of various mountainbike and hiking routes throughout woods. Yet the city centre remains easy to reach via the local public transport system (11 kilometres to Karlsplatz).

Since May 2016,  'Antonie', this house dating from 1930 to 1950, is offering accommodation facilities for short- term stays in Vienna. It has been designed to facilitate work, study or research-related stays, from a few weeks to a few months. If needed, separate workspaces can be installed in the house as well. 

Antonie consists of an independent flat that can accommodate up to five tenants, or, alternatively, three available single rooms in a shared household. All rooms are fully furnished, and include information about the surroundings and the basic facilities for daily use.

Since May 2016 the house has accommodated visitors from Austria, Australia, Canada, China, Costa Rica, Denmark, Germany, Great Britain, Poland, Rumania, Russia, South Korea and the US.  


Nonstandard rentals, e.g., for seminars or photographic or cinematic use are also possible.




The house is directly connected to three bus lines (52A Siedlung Jägerwald, 52B Siedlung Kordon und 43A Neuwaldegg). The Vienna Hütteldorf train station is reachable through a ten minute ride on either one of these busses. Hütteldorf itself connects to the tube system (U4), tram (49), the high-speed railway network (S45/S50/S80), as well as the national and international railways network (e.g. ÖBB and the low cost train Westbahn connecting Vienna, Linz, St. Pölten and Salzburg). There is no fee for car parking in front of the house and its vicinity.

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