Furniture Overseas have been providing Furniture Packages for Austria for well over 4 years now and have provided furniture for properties all over Austria.
If you have purchased a permanent home in Austria or a holiday home we have a furniture package to suit your budget
We also deliver and install everything for you, so you don't have to lift a finger - what a way to enjoy your new home and all at unbeatable prices!
All you need to do is select the furniture package you like and we do the rest! Furniture Overseas even make the beds and hang the curtains.
Each of of furniture packages in Austria is available in a number of distinctive finishes and can be arranged in a variety of different settings. We give you a detailed floor plan so you can visualise the layout of your new home before you move in.
Furniture Overseas can also provide a dishwasher, fridge, washing machine dvd’s, televisons, vacuum cleaners or any other electrical item you may require for your home/holiday home in Austria.
Finally found what you were looking for in Austria? Let Furniture Overseas put the finishing touches on it for you. Choose from one of our quality Austrian furniture packages today and you will not be disappointed. Whether you want to furnish your property in Austria to accommodate holiday lettings or you want to keep it for your own use, we have the furniture pack for you.
Still worried about the cost of the furniture pack? Enquire about our finance option today no security required!
Contact one of our furniture experts today for a no obligation quote on your new furniture pack in Argentina.
The German name for Austria is Osterreich which means Eastern Empire. This refers to the time when Austria was part of the Holy Roman Empire.
Lamprechtsofen (1,631 metres), in the Leoganger Steinberger area, Salzburg, is one of the deepest caves in the world.
Austria's highest peak is the Grossglockner (3,798 m) - the "great bell".
The Pasterze Glacier, one of Europe's largest glaciers, is in the Austrian Alps.
Fast-flowing Austrian rivers, fed by glaciers, are used to produce hydroelectric power.
Austria's largest natural lake is Lake Neusiedler.
Austria's World Heritage sites include the Ferto/Neusiedler Lake area, the Hallstatt-Dachstein Salzkammergut Cultural Landscape and the Wachau stretch of the Danube Valley.