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Detached house – Saint-Jean-d'Aulps, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France

925,000 €
£822,000
  • Bedrooms
    9
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  • Total rooms: 14
  • 3-floor building
  • Built in 1899
  • Balcony or terrace
  • TV
  • Garden

This detached chalet stands out from most in the delightful village of Saint Jean d’Aulps. Panoramic views, south west facing, gardens, terraces, swimming pool and a regal feel as you walk around this chalet. Morzine is under a 10 minute drive and the area has a great community. The chalet is situated next to the historic site of the Abbaye and is in easy walking distance of the village shops, bar and restaurants. This area is served by both the free ski bus giving access to the lovely ski area of Grande Terche and the pay bus allowing access to Morzine and the wider Portes du Soleil ski area. The chalet is located on a large plot with views up and down the valley. It has a very private garden with a large heated swimming pool, fabulous outside dining area and an additional large covered terrace for entertaining and dining. The chalet is laid out over 4 floors. Ground floor The ground floor is given over to entertaining space -Family kitchen with dining -TV room -Dining room -Very large sitting room with open fire -Study/office -shower room -WC -Double garage -Covered terrace -Garden area First Floor -Master bedroom with ensuite −2 double bedrooms −1 double bedroom with separate sitting room -Bathroom Second floor -Master bedroom with ensuite −4 double bedrooms -Shower room -Bathroom Third Floor -Attic area which could be converted The chalet is perfectly habitable but would benefit renovation. Whilst work would hugely benefit this chalet it is one of the nicest chalets we have walked around and it is hard not to fall in love with these older chalets that occupy prime positions and are such stunning architecture. The structure is sound throughout this building but we think a potential purchaser could carry out works to make this chalet even better. This is something that could be done over time and perhaps not required to do the whole building at once.

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