One of the most scenic and popular travel destinations in the world, Zermatt Peak located in the Swiss Alps in Switzerland is now attracting the attention of luxury real estate seekers, as this magnificent locations is the home to a luxury chalet, which is now up for sale. The magnificent Chalet Zermatt Peak has been designed and developed by renowned international designer and developer, Paul Bowyer and the luxury chalet till now was being offered as a vacation retreat. Zermatt has for long been known for its snowcapped peaks that attract hundreds and thousands of skiing enthusiasts and due to the popularity of the location, as well as the elegance of the property, this luxury designer chalice has been listed for $22 million. This magnificent luxury residence which also serves as a dedicated ski resort has been designed to be high on security, as the structure is made accessible through a private tunnel with lift and even sports its own private entrance.
The Chalet Zermatt Peak offer its occupants about 684 square meter of opulent living space and the residence even comes with its own set of balconies and terraces offering stunning views of the surrounding mountainsides. Furthermore, to ensure that the residents are able to make the best of both outdoor and indoor environments, the chalet even features internal and external kitchens. This luxury chalet boasts of five double bedrooms that are complemented with designer bathrooms and dressing areas, while the master bedroom comes with its own indoor Jacuzzi. The living area of the chalet provides breathtaking view of the village and is further punctuated with the room’s designer fireplace. This wonderful retreat even comes with its own fitness center that features a steam room, sauna, gym, relaxation and massage area, power showers and even an indoor as well as outdoor Jacuzzi. To ensure a luxurious stay for the residents, the Chalet Zermatt Peak has been given a walk-in wine cellar, ambiance lighting and a dedicated ski room that is complimented with floor-to-ceiling glass walls.