Good Monday morning! Wouldn’t it be nice to retreat to this cottage in the French Alps for the rest of the year, hiking and boating on Lac Leman in the fall, and hitting the ski slopes once the snow starts falling? Imagine curling up on that sofa, with a fire crackling in the wood burner and a big cup of chocolat chaud, recovering after a day of skiing. If only 🙂
Chez Coucou is sweet, cozy, and eco-friendly with solar panels on the roof. There are three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a pretty garden, and magnificent views. It’s located in one of the most picturesque areas in the world!
From the listing on Alpine Property:
Chez Coucou is a semi-detached, savoyard farmhouse, in the traditional style construction of stone and wood. The house oozes charm and character and sits in an elevated position in the hamlet of Pombourg, part of La Forclaz village, situated half way between Thonon-les-Bains (and the shores of Lake Léman) and the ski stations of the Portes du Soleil. The current owner has taken great care to renovate the property with taste and simplicity whilst preserving the authentic character of this original farmhouse.
Chez Coucou is equipped with solar panels, which are very energy efficient and considerably reduce the electricity costs for the property.