Exceptional Domain In The Bernese OberlandSaanen, Switzerland
This "peace" of heaven overlooks the Saanen Valley as far as Gstaad as well as the forests of Lauenen to the east, while also overlooking Rougemont and the Pays d´Enhaut to the west. Straddling the canton of Vaud and Bern, this green setting will delight lovers of nature and animals. The domain of six hectares includes two luxurious chalets, the first one is a "renovated farmhouse" and the other one is a more traditional chalet. This site is exceptional thanks to its location, size and exclusivity. Built in 2007, the main chalet with an area of approximately 400 square meters...
Two apartments provide accommodation for staff. The second chalet with an area of approximately 150 square meters consists of a magnificent living room, a dining room and a kitchen. The stone terraces will allow you to enjoy the sun the entire day. The first floor consists of a sumptuous master bedroom, with bathroom and large dressing room. The magical view of the mountains and valleys will not leave you indifferent. A second bedroom and bathroom complete this floor. The splendid green park, surrounded by a forest guaranteeing total privacy, has two stables and many areas dedicated to animals. It is partly located on an agricultural area. In addition, the park offers many leisure development possibilities, such as a small golf course, a horse-riding course, a track for quads in summer and snowmobile in winter, activities for children such as zip lines or tree climbing. The proximity to the ski area with 200 kilometers of slopes nestled between 1,000 and 3,000 square meter altitude will delight sports enthusiasts. Culture lovers will also be delighted, the prestigious and coveted village of Gstaad hosts many cultural events throughout the year, including its internationally recognized summer classical music festival. Five minutes away from Saanen airport and 10 minutes away from Gstaad, this wonderful and authentic place will allow you to live close to all amenities while being preserved from the hustle and bustle of Gstaad.
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