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This recently built, split-level chalet, with a floor area of approx. 190 m², is composed of a vast open living space, a fitted kitchen with island and dining area, 4 en-suite bedrooms, a tv/play room, a relaxation area with hot-tub, shower, WC, laundry and storage cellar.The owners wanted to create a spacious chalet with high ceilings whilst retaining an intimate ambiance with comfortable bedrooms, each with its own en-suite bathroom, comprising: 3 double bedrooms and a childrens bedroom with bunk beds and a play/reading corner. The master bedroom is the only bedroom situated on the first floor. This room features timber clad walls and trapeze windows and is accessed via a private staircase.The finest materials were selected to ensure an authentic alpine atmosphere, including wood, exterior stonework, wooden flooring and exposed beams, all perfectly married to offer the best of contemporary living and traditional features. The latter being evident through the use of local materials and specifically wood, in keeping with Savoyard architecture.The chalet benefits from panoramic window openings which allow natural light to flood the living areas and showcase the stunning, 180° views. Outside, there is a large decked terrace and garden area, with magnificent views of the Mont Blanc mountain range.There is a communal garage at the lower ground floor level, situated opposite the chalet entrance. Currently, 2 parking spaces are reserved for the chalet and separate ski/boot rooms will be created for the owners of each chalet.Today, the location resembles a small hamlet and comprises 3 chalets (including 1 with semi-detached chalets), perfectly integrated into the landscape. The village centre is 300m away and can be accessed either on foot, or by taking the free ski bus service which stops in the middle of the ski station.
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