Standing splendid in the sunniest spot of the Hohnegg Plateau, Chalet Gabro’s elevated position makes for moonlight stargazing and jaw-dropping views of the Saastals rocky peaks. Especially from the breakfast table!
An expansive living room with an open fire is just one of the hideouts ideal for snuggling up with a good book after a day on the slopes. The luxurious interiors reimagine alpine tradition, but retain an old school allure.
Chalet Gabro shows off its Swiss heritage and exposed beams with pride. All five of the bedrooms are well proportioned, three with en-suite facilities, two served by a spacious family bathroom, with a toilet and sink on the entrance level.
In addition there is a storage room with washing facilities and a wine cellar, located in the - mandatory at the time of construction - air raid shelter, which is a fascinating feature of any house built in that era and creates a great talking point when having guests stay at the chalet.
The house was originally built in the 1980’s, however, this stunning property had a full architectural and interior renovation in 2009. The space is phenomenal and is ready for the new owner to move straight into and make it their own.
This property can be sold as a fully managed and catered second home or rental investment for those looking for the most seamless and enjoyable transition into their new alpine home.