Scattered around the snow-covered slopes and valleys of the French Alps lies a bounty of holiday homes, each with a remarkable story to tell.
In the quaint skiing villages of Courchevel, one will delight in the multitude of pistes and the majestic beauty of the alpine wilderness. Michelin-starred restaurants offer stellar dining experiences and high-end shops line its charming streets.
But to those with a taste for absolute luxury, the place to be is in the highest point of the village resort, the illustrious Courchevel 1850, home to the region’s most lavish accommodations, including its splendid collection of luxury chalets.
When seen from the outside, these cabin houses all wear a rustic, traditional appearance that seem ubiquitous among the buildings in the area. Their fine presentation of timber frame architecture is nonetheless impressive. But concealed within walls of natural wood and stone are a surprising array of modern day
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