Completely renovated 5.5-room chalet in the heart of nature.
As you pass through the front door, you'll discover a spacious and welcoming layout, as follows:
On the first floor, an entrance hall, a beautiful open kitchen opening onto a large 40m2 living room with access to the balcony, and a storeroom.
Upstairs, 3 bedrooms with access to the balcony and 1 bathroom with bathtub.
On the lower first floor, a bedroom, a hallway, a bathroom with Italian shower, a sauna, a separate toilet, a utility room and a double garage with plenty of storage space.
A magnificent green park with trees completes the picture and is sure to please nature lovers and those seeking peace and quiet.
The chalet is equipped with an alarm system.
The commune is located in the historic and cultural region of Alsace.
It is the least populated commune in Alsace, with 34 inhabitants (in 2021).
It borders directly on Switzerland.
Triple-glazed insulating windows.
Air-to-air heat pump heating on the lower first floor with reversible air conditioning.
Wood-fired heating on first floor with large, ventilated fireplace in living room.
Electric auxiliary heating upstairs.
Covered square with Spanish limestone tiles.
Outside tiles in Laufon limestone.
Interior floors in solid oak parquet, solid oak staircases, larch ceilings, lime walls, solid oak doors and door frames.
New Hörmann automatic garage door
Lower ground floor
Bedroom 9.7 m2
Cupboard 2 m2
Vestibule 7.6 m2
Separate WC 1.8 m2
Utility room with washing machine and dryer (Miele) 7.2 m2
Shower room with Italian shower 7.4 m2
Sauna 4.3 m2
46.4 m2 double garage with storage space
Open-plan kitchen 9.2 m2
5.4 m2 converted utility room
40 m2 living and dining room with large, ventilated fireplace
Stairwell 4.8 m2
Balcony 13.5 m2
2 bedrooms, each 17.3 m2
1 open-plan bedroom, 11.8 m2
Bathroom with WC and bathtub, 6.7 m2
1 balcony 6 m2
Large shed with tiled roof built in 2019.
Pretty landscaped orchard with fruit trees, bushes and large trees and beautiful yew hedge.
These energy labels are the result of an evaluation of the global energy performance (heating, domestic hot water, lighting and other consumers) and of the performance of the building envelope, as well as of the measurement of its greenhouse gas emissions.