Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Have you ever built a chalet near Blue Mountain, Alpine ski club?


Have you ever built a chalet near Blue Mountain, Alpine ski club?


Yes, we built a beautiful Chalet near the base of Alpine Ski Club. The home is built with dark wood pre-painted siding on the outside. There are painted wood shingles in the gables and the front of the house has a timber frame entrance and porch.

The back of the house has an expansive composite deck with views of the Ski hills and a hot tub that is tucked away on the side of the building out of the way of the winds. The backyard is wonderfully landscaped with a lowered sitting area complete with a fire pit and a waterfall that looks like it flows in the basement windows.

The inside of the chalet is of the highest quality and was built with an extreme eye to detail, fit and finish. The chalet is open concept with the kitchen, dining room and living room all linked without walls to block the view or impede the flow of traffic.

The kitchen is bright with large windows facing the mountain; it has a green granite counter top with a raised wood counter top on the island where breakfast is consumed.

The great room along with the kitchen and dining room have cathedral ceilings that are solid tongue and groove pine with fir beams that are all stained to match. The great room has a soaring fireplace with natural stone and a large gas fireplace.

The house has the large master bedroom on the main floor with 3 more bedrooms upstairs and another two bedrooms in the completely finished basement.

There are 5 bathrooms in the house along with a separate laundry room that is also home to the pantry and beer fridge.

There is a large mud room with custom ski racks right beside the garage that is large enough to hold all the families outdoor equipment.

The floors of the home are antique reclaimed Elm.

Off the great room is a media room where movies are watched by the whole family.

This is one of the nicest homes that we ever built.

Rob Abbott
Village Builders Inc.

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