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The chalet was built in 1895 and the ground floor has been tastefully renovated throughout to provide 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a large living room, plus spacious kitchen/dining room with door opening onto a sunny terrace.This charming home with its exposed stone walls and feature carpentry, plus the log burner in the lounge, has a warm and welcoming character. The master bedroom and en-suite bathroom (featuring a free standing bath) have underfloor heating whilst the rest of the house has electric radiators. The second bedroom is also a good size and has its own bathroom with bath and shower.The large kitchen/dining room has a tiled floor and combines modern touches with traditional farmhouse style. The half glazed door allows plenty of natural light into the kitchen and opens on to the terrace – perfect for breakfast in the sunshine ! Following the sun, there is a second, decked terrace at the back of the chalet and the garden has been created to allow easy maintenance.Above the main living level is an enormous,as-yet undeveloped barn which already has planning permission granted for conversion into an additional 150m2 (approx.) of habitable living space.The property is located in the active and sought-after village of St Jean d’Aulps, just 12km (10 minutes drive) from Morzine and 19km from Thonon-les-Bains and the shores of Lake Léman (Lake Geneva). The village offers a selection of restaurants and bars, all within walking distance of the house, plus its own ski station of La Grande Terche which is part of the Portes du Soleil ski domain. The Grande Terche offers 35km of pistes including the celebrated Roc d’Enfer circuit with its breathtaking views of Lake Léman, the Dents du Midi mountain range in Switzerland and the stunning Mont Blanc panorama.
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