This famous location in the Swiss canton of Graubünden combines idyllic country living with an upscale lifestyle. The most famous winter sports enthusiasts to frequent this uppermost town in Europe are, without a doubt, the members of the British Royal Family. The Windsor family comes to the idyllic ski resort regularly to engage in winter sports. 250 kilometres of slopes await, guaranteeing plenty of fun for all skiing fans. With all that the region has to offer, who would not dream of a second home by the Alps?
This chalet from 1937 is a chance to make this dream come true: it was completely and stylishly renovated in 2007, has a living area of 220m² on three levels, and approximately 80 m² of sun-facing balconies.
Warmth and cosiness abound in the charming and commodious living/dining area, which also features an own fireplace. The upper level comprises two generously sized bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and sun terraces. The interior layout of the property makes it ideal for receiving guests, with designated spaces for spending time together as well as private areas for being on your own. The sauna is wonderful for relaxing after a day of skiing. This chalet is very special indeed.
Whether in summer or in winter, the Klosters region is ideal, both for active families and for couples. The blissfully romantic atmosphere of Klosters is in stark contrast to the world-famous neighbouring town of Davos. Yet, all is within easy reach: the ski area at Davos is just around the corner and the somewhat more manageable slopes of Madrisa above Klosters are also suitable for beginners. In summer, the region turns into a vast hiking area that is suitable both for demanding mountain tours and for easy walks.