This exclusive property is located on 70 acres of an impressive grove, where gardens and forests slope down Northwards to the banks of lake Moreno. It is a sheltered, secluded site, with easy access by car. The place was acquired in 1942 by pioneering Linda and Max Rautenstrauch. It soon became a gathering place for music students and interpreters who attended the Camping Musical Bariloche, a summer music camp founded by the Rautenstrauchs. They built the house to be in tune with the architecture of Tirol, bringing together comfort and the vernacular Austrian style in a very unique way. The house unfolds in two floors, and its atmosphere of warmth and homeliness is enhanced by the local timber which has been used in all the interiors. Passing through a small arcade, the visitor will reach the Entrance Hall, leading to a large Living Room, which affords a charming view of gardens and lake through a nicely proportioned bow-window. The area surrounding its large fireplace can comfortably hold a small gathering. The adjacent wood paneled Dining Room can sit 10 people to the table. A serving window connects directly to the main Kitchen. The cooking facilities are here an old wooden stove and a modern gas stove. The kitchen table is large enough to sit 12 people. Off the main Hall a Guest Room with its own, en-suite Bathroom, can be reached. On the main floor and beside the kitchen, there is another optional bedroom, for two people, with its own bathroom. At the first floor, there are the large Master Bedroom, opening onto a balcony with views to the lake, a main Bathroom, and two Bedrooms, with a capacity for two people each, both of them with a view to the surrounding forest. From the garden, a small path winds down to the beach, where a small pier can be used for diving or for the mooring of small boats.