Located in a quiet area, the chalet is out of sight of the road.
This property is unique by its surface area, its building potential, its apiary for 80 beehives, its historic garden and its history: built by a famous representative of Rossinière in 1642 and inhabited by the Prefect Ami Marmillod.
The semi-detached chalet comprises of two apartments, each with its own entrance, a garden level duplex and an attic apartment.
The duplex consists of a 19m2 kitchen open to the 26 m2 living room, two bathrooms and four bedrooms.
The second apartment, in the attic, consists of two rooms and a bathroom.
Facing south, this semi-detached chalet enjoys beautiful light, a lot of sunshine and a clear view of the mountains.
The two plots total an area of 4,168 m2
- 1,456 m2 for that of the chalet with a potential for densification of 80 m2 x 2.7 floors, or 216 m2 North / West.
- 2,712 m2 for that of the apiary with a densification potential of 108 m2 x 2.7 floors, or 290 m2
according to the intentional PGA 2020/2035 which will be investigated at the end of 2021.
As long as the perimeter of the building is not final, these densification potentials are possibly modifiable depending on the planned project.
The mayor Jean-Pierre Neff and his municipality are available for a quick study prior to the purchase.
A maximized use of unused interior spaces would allow a gain in living space: transformation of the boiler room, recovery of the attic and optimization of the large rear entrance to the chalet.