We are offering for rent a 90 m2 flat on the 1st floor with all modern comforts. At an altitude of 1400 metres, on the route du Grand-St-Bernard, with a breathtaking view of the Catogne.
The house was built in 1869, with a stable in the basement, a hay barn on the ground floor and the coachmen’s rooms on the 1st floor.
In 1932, the 1st floor became the ballroom of the Hôtel d’Angleterre, which was linked by a footbridge.
The Rosset family bought the building in 1982 and the first works began, completed in 1986.
The second renovation, in the spirit of 1869, carried out by the Fabrice Franzetti office in Martigny, began in March 2021 and was completed in June 2022.
It was masterfully crafted by local artisans.
The house has underfloor heating on all three floors, powered by a heat pump.
Part of the electricity is supplied by solar panels installed on the roof.
Marc lives in the family home, which he has completely renovated.
A professional mediator, he divides his time between working and training mediators.
With the help of COVID, he has rediscovered his love of working with clay and has set up a ceramics workshop in the basement of the house, which has been flooded with light.
A founding member of the Société de Tir à l’Arc des 3 dranses, the village archery club, he practises the sport regularly and will be happy to introduce you to it.
A keen cook, he will concoct his favourite dish, chicken tajine with lemon, on request…
A poet at heart, he will introduce you to the art of haiku.
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