€1,050,000 Ski Chalet Morzine

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Carole Cavet
Le Biot - Magnificent, renovated, 4 bedroom authentic Savoyard farmhouse for sale in Gys near Le Biot and Morzine. Sunny location with panoramic mountain views. The house is on a large constructible plot with room for another chalet.
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Ski Area
Portes du Soleil  
Ski Resort
Price / Ref
€1,050,000 / 87395NJW74  
agency fees to be paid by the seller
Beds / Bath
4 /   4  
Land M2 / Hab M2
2360 /   400  

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Rare opportunity to purchase one of the most stunning farmhouses in the Alps. It is in the calm, traditional village of Le Biot. The renovation has been completed to a high specification giving spacious, luxury accommodation of 400 m² and is set on a large plot of 2360 m². Care been taken to ensure all the former features have been retained to create a traditional feel providing modern comforts. Part of the land could be used, subject to planning permission, to construct a chalet or a swimming pool. Within the farm house itself there is a possibility to create a fifth bedroom with an ensuite bathroom. St Jean D’Aulps and Morzine are only 4km and 12km (15 minutes by) away so it isn't difficult to access the Portes du Soleil ski domain which is one of the largest linked areas in the world.

• Large Open Plan sitting room dining room with feature fireplace

• Fully fitted kitchen partially open to the sitting-room

• Master bedroom suite with mountain views, dressing room and bathroom

• Three further double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms

• Integral garage with access from the house

• Laundry room with separate drying room

• Wine cellar leading to a boiler room

• Storage cellar

This is a truly stunning Savoyard farmhouse. Have a look at the virtual tours to see the wow factor for yourself. Over three floors the accommodation is as follows:

Ground Floor

Entrance hall with doors leading to:

Master bedroom suite composed of bedroom, hand basin Area, dressing room, and a bathroom with a bath, toilet and a separate shower;

Laundry room with fitted cupboards, sink and a separate drying room;

Separate toilet with hand basin;

Integral garage;

Wooden stairs lead up to: First Floor

Impressive open plan sitting room with double height ceiling and dining room. The large sitting room has a feature fireplace for an open fire and French doors out onto the balcony. The room has picture windows to take in the superb Mountain views and the Alpine sunshine; Fully equipped fitted kitchen; 2 double bedrooms with large ensuite bathrooms; Wooden open tread stairs lead up to;

Mezzanine Study overlooking the sitting room leading to Double bedroom with ensuite bathroom;

Outside there is a terrace with a pagoda over it. The garden is largely laid to lawn and has mature shrubs and trees. There is parking for several vehicles. The constructible land is big enough to build a swimming pool, a chalet or even both.

There is no other constructible land left in the village.

Accessed from outside are two linked cellars. One is a wine cellar with Storage and it leads to the cellar housing the oil-fired boiler. The third cellar also accessed from outside is for storage.

The villages of Gys and Le Biot are quaint and peaceful and nestle into the stunning scenery of the French Alps. They remain seemingly untouched by time, having the dreamy, tranquil air that many of the larger alpine villages lost years ago. Le Biot is deceptive, though, as although it appears to have no connection to the frenetic ski resorts that are so well known to all, this little village actually lies in the very heart of Les Portes du Soleil, one of the largest ski areas in the world. It has a bakery, a small hotel with a bar, a restaurant and pizzeria, a post office and a primary school.

Winter or summer, there is plenty to do in the area. The ski resorts that surround the village have lots of sports on offer, and not just in winter. You can access golf courses, rock climbing, swimming, mountain biking and pony trekking, to name but a few of the activities that are available. Many people think of the Alps as a winter playground only, but the mountains are as beautiful in summer as they are in winter, and bring a whole range of different ways to occupy your time and enjoy this gorgeous part of France.

Portes du Soleil Ski Area

600 km of skiing in 2 countries making the Portes du Soleil the biggest international ski area in the world.

Here skiing is a journey, with different panoramas and routes to look forward to every day, and each of our 12 village resorts offering a charm of their own.

The resorts are amongst the most well known, including Morzine, Avoriaz, Les Gets, Abondance, Chatel and St Jean DAulps to name but a few.

They also offer excellent opportunities for downhill mountain bikers outside the winter months.

As a popular holiday destination in both summer and winter, these resorts offer investment potential. So whether you are looking for a quiet and peaceful family resort (Chatel or St Jean D'Aulps for example) or something a little more lively (Morzine) the Portes du Soleil has it all.

Within easy distance of the International Airport at Geneva plus close to Lake Geneva, this ski area is the perfect destination.

Morzine Ski Resort

Situated mid-way between Mont Blanc and Lake Geneva, the ever popular resort of Morzine is absolutely stunning, well known for its Alpine scenery, nestled between forests and summits. Life is leisurely, and the village although vibrant and bustling has lost nothing of its original charm and Savoyard way of life. Ideally situated right in the middle of the Portes du Soleil, Morzine is the gateway to a marvellous winter playground of 650 km of ski-slopes where you can ski from French into Switzerland and back again all in one day.  When it comes to lunchtime you are spoilt for choice with all the mountain restaurants scattered everywhere.


In summer, these slopes become sign-posted footpaths for trekking and moutain biking. Originally life in Morzine was one of agriculture and slate-mines but with the opening of the ‘Grand Hotel’ (first tourist hotel built in the 1920’s) and its owner François Baud opened up a new opportunities for the village and it’s in habitants. Then in 1934 the Pleney cable car was opened and the thick covering of snow started some previously unknown sports: tobogganing, ski-jöring (towed behind a horse), the beginnings of downhill skiing and even ski-jumping!


If ski or snow boarding instruction is the order of the day there are avariety of French and English speaking Instructors in the ski schools.


There is a vast array of shops, bars and restaurants, offering plenty to non-skiers as well and for after ski fun.  This makes Morzine a good all year round resot for those who live here and those with Holiday homes. 

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