We’ve rounded up the finest chalets on the market near some of the best ski slopes in Europe.
POA via John Taylor
Almost everything is wooden inside this five-bedroom chalet apart from the kitchen. A few the property’s perks include a steam steam room, jacuzzi and wraparound balconies that make the most of the views over the village of Megève. The property is sited amid the trees in Le Jaillet ski area.
Photography via John Taylor
Tännäsktöket, Funäsfjälle, Sweden
£240,645 via Wrede
A dark facade gives way to a crisp, pale-wood interior in this chalet in Sweden’s Tännäsktöket mountain resort. Scandi furniture brand Norrgavel was drafted in to style the interiors of the four-bedroom retreat, which can be brought furnished. Located in Funäsfjällen, Tännäsktöket has 300 km of cross country trails and the property is close to the slopes and ski lifts, as well the Rogen Nature Reserve.
Photography via Wrede
Montanum, Courchevel 1550, France
€4m via Bumper
Montanum is a new 184 sq m mountain retreat that has been clad in wood salvaged from abandoned mountain homes due for demolition. Reclaimed wood also gives a patina to the interiors of the three-level property, augmented by the oxidised corten steel fireplace, which takes pride of place in the open-plan living room.
Photography via Bumper
Haus Nabucco, Zermatt, Switzerland
£7.041m via Savills
Spread over 354 sq m and sited just a few metres from the ski lifts and centre of Zermatt village, Haus Nabucco is a recently completed five-bedroom penthouse chalet. Warm wood interiors have been offset with crisp, white ceilings and furnishings.
Photography via Savills
Savognin, Graubunden, Switzerland
£484,837 via Knight Frank
Originally built in 1900, this ski chalet in the Graubunden region of Switzerland might look rustic but it has recently been renovated and modernised. The focal point of the three-bedroom house is its double-height living room. Sitting at an elevation of 1,838m, this is a ski-in, ski-out mountain bolthole.
Photography via Knight Frank
Chesa Cochetta, Graubunden, Switzerland
£685,096 via Knight Frank
This late 19th century building is currently being refashioned into three 125 sqm apartments. Internal timber beams and flooring, as well as period soapstone ovens will be retained in the three-bedroom homes, which will be ‘turnkey’ ready for their new owners.
Photography via Frank Knight
Chalet Amano, Chamonix, France
£2.953m via Alpine Homes
Chalet Amano started life as a stone farm building in 1833 before being transformed into a five-bedroom mountain retreat in 2014. Contemporary insertions include a cast iron wood-burning stove and a Poggenpohl kitchen. Sited high up in Les Houches village, it sits right by the slopes. Balconies wrap around the chalet, giving views across Chamonix Valley and the Grand Massif.
Photography via Alpine Homes
€3.9m via PFI International
The vast, double-height living room is the focal point inside this stone and wood chalet, which features six bedrooms. Large picture windows frame the views over the Mont Blanc.
Photography via PFI International
Chalet Courchevel, Courchevel 1550, France
€4.365m via John Taylor
This ‘ski-in, ski-out’ chalet sits snugly in a private enclave in Courchevel 1550. The 240 sq m property comes kitted out with a gym, massage room and hammam.
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