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The Roman Tower of Bergün is one of the oldest surviving original structures and the most dominant architectural symbol, originating from the 13th Century and getting its current appearance from the 17th Century. It is located in the most enchanting Alpine Swiss farming village of Bergün situated midway between St Moritz and Davos and a short distance from Lenzerheide.

The 145 sq m property ‘Chesa Tuor’ wraps itself around two sides of this ancient structure, hugging it in a quirky architectural curiosity.

Chesa Tuor lies just off the main village square surrounded by other historic houses and with the convenience of the bakery and store just around the corner, but away from traffic and tobogganing visitors.

There is a possibility for a foreigner to acquire this property, which is extremely rare for an historic house of this nature.