As a result of its conversion into three separate units, the property offers a large amount of adaptable space and a singularly original lifestyle with airily spacious interiors arranged over 381 square meters of floor space. There are stunningly attractive views to be enjoyed from every floor. The terraces and the delightfully laid out garden are there in anticipation of the long hours of sunshine. There is a connection taking you to the cable-car terminus in Vella in ten minutes and to the town of Ilanz in twenty-five from the bus-stop just a few minutes’ walk from the house. Intrigued by this historic gem of a property? Be in touch with us for detailed documentation and let your dreams come true! We look forward to hearing from you. The history of this distinctly unique tower house in its sunny position in the idyllic village centre of Morissen takes us way back into the past: Around 100 to 150 years ago, Maurice von Collenberg – in the meantime ennobled – returned from France to his homeland and built the tower onto his ancestral home, then around 400 years old. The rooms of the tower are considerable higher than those of the original building and were finished in the imposing Art Nouveau style typified by stucco plaster, beautiful paintwork on the walls, a decorative balcony, specially commissioned glass for the windows, and paneling in traditional mountain pine on the ground floor. The residence was restored between 1989 and 1992 by the acclaimed architect Rudolf Olgiati and is now in a condition suitable for immediate occupancy with a superior quality of finish. Olgiati’s legacy is reflected in the countless details accented by the distinctive architectural mix.