Location: Courchevel, France

Square Footage: 16,146

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 11 bedrooms & 16 bathrooms

Price: Available Upon Booking

La Bergerie is a newly built ski chalet located in the Courchevel ski resort in France. It is available for a vacation rental and features approximately 16,146 square feet of living space on 5 floors. The 1st floor (ground floor) features a foyer, staircase, 2 elevators (one is a staff elevator) ski-room, powder room, laundry room, staff kitchen with storage room, 4 staff bedroom suites and a home theater with stadium seating. The 2nd floor features 3 bedroom suites, a powder room, living room, gourmet kitchen with pantry, a balcony and a terrace with built-in BBQ. The 3rd floor features 4 bedroom suites, a gourmet kitchen and 2 balconies. The 4th floor features a massive living room with 4 different sitting areas and a fireplace, powder room, formal dining room, sitting area off dining room with fireplace, wet bar with wine cellar and 2 balconies. The lower level of this magnificent chalet features a 65 foot long indoor swimming pool, spa, poolside sitting areas with fireplace, hammam, sauna, 2 massage rooms, gym, a cold bath, changing rooms and 2 powder rooms.

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  • Grrrowler

    I really like this. I appreciate that it’s the quintessential Alpine chalet, without the clichéd knotty pine interior. It reminds me of the Todhunter Earle chalet in Courchevel I posted a link to several weeks ago. It’s contemporary but not sterile, and is full of interesting details and textures. I do hate the fake sheep, but those could easily be lost in a snowbank. Beyond that, I think it’s great.




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    • Sam

      hahahah oh the poor sheep 😐




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  • Eric2

    FAR Too modern on the interior for my OWN tastes, but I can appreciate that it isn’t over the top, and doesn’t seem horrific. Looking at the floor plans, they seem weird, but make very good use of space given the weird ‘Shape’ of the house.

    The interior may seem too dark for some.. But for me it feels just right for a chilling cold mountain retreat. Just the right soft warm feel to it.

    Also VERY impressed with the amount of space devoted to Staff accommodations. It is clear the builders know just how much WORK a ski Chalet takes to maintain it!




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  • Daniel

    Love it. Those interior shots are awesome. Only part I wouldn’t like is the low ceilings everywhere.




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    • Bill_in_NY

      The sheep would stay? 😉




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  • Sam

    First let me say that the exterior is very boring and forgettable. They really could have done better considering the amount of thought that probably went into designing this place (based on looking at the interior, floor plans, etc). That said, the interior is absolutely beautiful, especially pic 9. It’s unique, comfortable, livable, clean, dramatic and modern all at the same time, a near impossible thing to do. I wonder who the designer is because they did an amazing job. Also, the floor plans are really cool too, not what you would expect. Something unique.




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  • Venom

    I absolutely love it, I don’t know how much it is, but should the one in a billion chance I win the MegaMillions happen, this would be definitely a home I would want to own and I hate snow. It would give me a good excuse to buy a G65 AMG though…




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    • Daniel

      It’s really a shame that thing isn’t sold here. Nothing screams “money to burn” more than a V12, twin-turbocharged tank. F*** you safety regulations! Although, you could get that 6-wheeled Brabus powered thing. Hmmm…




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    • Sam

      wow good taste in houses AND cars…




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  • dan

    I wonder how it would look sans snow.




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