Price reduction from 350m JPY!
Just ~500m from the ski lifts, Hanazono Chalet exudes a kind of alpine chiq unique to Niseko - effortlessly blending classic timberframe cabin warmth with traditional Japanese elements.
- The first floor is home to a large drying room for skis and boards, a full bathroom, three bedrooms and an additional ensuited primary bedroom.
- The chalet's owners currently operate the property as a private lodge, and use this additional primary bedroom as their private residence.
- A future owner could continue to use this private space as-is, or renovate it into an additional bedroom, media room or office.
- The second floor's open plan design flows between a spacious kitchen, a beautiful live-edge dining table with seating for eight, and a cozy and comfy living area.
- Double height windows bring in warming southern light, and bring in inspiring views of Mt. Yotei and the surrounding forest - views which can also be enjoyed from the deck immediately outside.
- The focal point of the space is a crackling wood-fired stove which radiates heat and creates a warm atmosphere.
- Off of this space, one will find both an ensuited primary bedroom and a Japanese-style bath, who's viewbath looks out into the forest.
- The third floor loft is home to a traditional Japanese tatami space. This space is ideally suited to sleep kids and additional guests, or to simply rest and relax with a cup of coffee or tea.
- Closets on either end of the space feature sliding shoji screen doors to store futons and other bedding.
- Just ~500m from the ski lifts of Hanazono and nearby Park Hyatt
- Located on a large 500 tsubo (1,650+ sqm) property offering protected Mt. Yotei and forest views, or offering potential for further development of the site
- A quick 5 minute drive from Kutchan Town, making for convenient trips to the grocery, restaurants and more
- Proximal location to Park Hyatt, Capella and neighboring developments such as Hana Creek, Odin Hills and Hana Ridge points to continued growth, investment and capital appreciation in Hanazono