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This magnificent farmhouse, dating back to 1848, is situated between the old bread oven and the small chapel of a charming, typically savoyard hamlet and just 12kms from the skiing at Les Carroz. The views are incredible, taking in the Samoens valley and surrounding mountain scenery.A large part of the farm has already been renovated but there is still great potential for lovers of original wooden structures and renovations.The accommodation on the lower ground floor is as follows :Spacious rustic entrance – ideal for skis, shoes and outdoor kit. Off the entrance area, is a children’s bedroom currently housing a bunk bed crafted from old timber and a pair of vintage wooden skis. A door leads into a partially renovated space where it would be possible to create an independent studio, or further bedrooms with a bathroom.The main entrance on the ground floor opens in to the kitchen and living area with cosy lounge and a log burner. A glazed door opens onto the terrace, giving direct access to the flat garden, which is the perfect place to enjoy the views. A corridor leads to a utility room, bathroom (shower/bath/basin/WC), dressing room, 3 bedrooms and a corner playroom/study.Besides the stunning setting and the charm of this authentic farm, you will appreciate the great potential of the barn with its impressive original wooden structure in good condition, the old wash house now incorporated in a shed, and the outside space in stone, prettily decorated by the owner.
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