Lovingly rebuilt in 2008, this chalet is a masterpiece of Tyrolian Craftmanship. The chalet retains many beautiful antique carvings, floors and other features. These combined with modern contemporary furnishings and art the owners have created one of the regionï¿½s most stylish chalets. The grand drawing room and open plan living/dining area with sunken sitting room is situated on the ground floor of the chalet. These rooms as well as many others throughout the chalet share the stunning views of the surrounding mountains. All floors, library and doors have been made out of 300 years old oak planks, which contrast with the modernity of contemporary Chinese art. The open fire place is the focal point of the drawing room. The dining table can be extended to comfortably sit 12. Doors open from the main living area onto the South West facing terrace. Massive oak sliding doors lead from the living area into the extensive kitchen a mix of Tyrolean woodwork, contemporary art and modern steel appliances. A separate breakfast table in this room is perfect for feeding the children. The kitchen leads through to the study with its own en-suite bathroom which can be used as a double bedroom.