Nestled into the sides of mountains, these often-snowy homes are also ideal for the ski-enthusiast, or simply someone wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of metropolitan life. Originating in Europe’s Alpine region, these wooden residences predominantly feature heavy, gently-sloping rooves and wide, angular eaves showcased in the front of the structure. Time and cultural developments around skiing and hiking have transformed these one-time seasonal farm buildings into sought after landing pads during prime recreational periods in some of the world’s most sought after destinations.
This estate includes in its offering two historical villas and a chalet – comprising nearly 2,300 square-meters. Richly detailed throughout with traditional uses of wooden accents, exposed beams, and exuding warmth, the property is an ideal escape; surrounded by an over 7,000-square-meter park, the home offers the utmost in privacy, seclusion and tranquility.
Nestled in a calm area within the heart of Verbier, this captivating property consists of an exclusive master chalet as well as a separate chalet, ideally located to accommodate staff or renovated as separate annex. The master chalet was constructed to the highest standards and designed by a world renowned interior architect boasting a spacious layout over 1,400 square-meters and built with luxurious and authentic materials, amongst which are rare reclaimed wood and hand-crafted natural stones.
Known as “Tigre Blanc,” this masterfully executed ski-in/ski-out chalet spans approximately 420 square-meters and features a spacious living room at first floor with lounge, bar, wine cellar, professional kitchen, and terrace. Six bedrooms, a dormitory and a spa area with Jacuzzi, gym and steam room are also among its offerings.
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This chalet-tower in Andorra showcases incredible mountain vistas from floor-to-ceiling windows. The inviting home offers four bedrooms, three-full baths, large living room with fireplace, outdoor kitchen, and access to a 30-square meter terrace. Also, included in the residence’s amenities is parking for five vehicles.
This four-bedroom, four-bathroom, 4,407-square-foot home is designer furnished, inspired by a modern Scandinavian ski chalet – distinctly eclectic, chic, and natural. Tucked into the beautiful Wasatch Mountains, vintage and contemporary highs and lows make this the perfect home-away-from-home to live the Montage Lifestyle.