This mazot (traditional outbuilding) is in good condition and could be renovated to provide useful storage space, either in-situ or relocated onto a nearby 1425m2 plot of non constructible land (in a red zone).
As it is currently situated in a PPR ‘red zone’ (PPR = Plan for Prevention of Risks), the mazot cannot be used for habitation as no planning permission would be granted. That said, it could either be moved to a plot of constructible land suitable for habitaion, or renovated where it currently sits for use as a garage or storage space.
The mazot has a footprint of 13m2 and is on 3 levels, as follows : lower ground floor ‘cave’, ground floor, first floor (accessed via an external staircase).
The wood cladding is original and authentic. Renovated mazots make popular getaway pads for unique breaks, such as romantic nights away and honeymoons etc. The perfect cosy nest for buyers with the right vision to create something special, by moving it to a suitable constructible plot.
The building currently occupies a plot of 125m2 but is sold with an additional plot of 1304m2 (non constructible) of land. It enjoys superb views of the surrounding mountain scenery and natural environment.
It would be possible to use the land for parking.
Situated in the charming village of Saint Jean d’Aulps, with it’s own ski area of La Grande Terche, part of the Portes du Soleil ski domain. The family resort offers 35km of pistes, next to the celebrated Roc d’Enfer, with it’s stunning views over Lake Léman, Les Dents du Midi mountains in Switzerland, plus the magnificent Mont Blanc range. Saint Jean d’Aulps is a thriving village, just 12km and 10 minutes drive from Morzine and 19km from Thonon-les-Bains on the shores of Lake Léman. The village offers a selection of bars, restaurants and shops.