Apartment Deux Chevaux forms part of Four Twenty L’Élé, a masterpiece in architecture and design having been transformed in 2016 from a traditional barn into a stunning, modern chalet. Floor to ceiling windows, industrial influenced features and traditional wooden beams coupled with designer fixtures and furnishings make this property a calm, chic and minimal place to enjoy your winter or summer holiday from.
A large open plan living area with a wood burning stove is central to the apartment and has direct access to a private balcony via glass sliding doors. The kitchen and dining area are open to the lounge making it a sociable and modern space to relax in. The kitchen has everything you need for self-catering, including a washer/dryer for laundry should you need it. The floor to ceiling windows flood the apartment with light and look out to the garden and valley view. Leading off from the living area are two large bedrooms, each with their own shower en-suite. The bedrooms are very spacious and can easily accommodate childrens cots or camp beds if required. The extra large sofa in the living room can also double as a sofa bed if required. The bedrooms can be configured as double or twin and the extra large sofa in the living room also doubles as a sofa bed if required.
There is adequate parking for 2 cars and storage for skis and boots at the entrance of the chalet. Heated boot warmers will dry out and warm your boots ready for the next day. In summer there is access to a lockable store which is suitable for bikes. A sheltered outdoor area provides ample space for working on bikes, skis and boards if required.
Designed and newly built as a luxury family property, Chalet Aubois truly feels like home from home and a place you can really relax in. Situated at the beginning of the Vallée de la Manche, it commands the most spectacular views of the Pleney and Nyon pistes and is nestled in to the hillside overlooking the Morzine valley.Find out more..
The entrance level of the chalet is a large open plan living, dining and kitchen area that is flooded with light and sunshine through the massive glass fronted wall that looks out to the garden and Parc des Dérêches. The glass doors open onto a balcony that enjoys the sunshine throughout the day and in to the evening.Find out more..