You want to know more about the chalet:
The Chalet Canada is perfectly suited as a fixed residence or as a comfortable holiday home. It can be constructed with a flat roof or a pitched roof, and optionally with an exposed beam structure that gives the house a touch of cosiness. The modern look, combined with the natural raw materials, gives the house a timeless, modern, and at the same time cosy feel. The absolute highlight of this house is the large, covered terrace, which is connected to the house.
- available in various sizes and with various layouts (you can find a selection in the download flyer below).
- steel chassis
- timber studding
- various insulation levels
- double-glazed windows
- exterior facade made of Siberian larch
- interior walls made of spruce/fir
- fixed connections
- pitched roof or flat roof
- rainwater down pipe
- fully equipped bathroom
- 2 rooms
- built-in cupboard systems
- LED lighting
- open, fully equipped and spacious kitchen (if desired with counter)
- TV connection
- washing machine connection
- infra-red radiators (optionally gas)
- design vinyl flooring
- floor-length windows
- large patio doors for a living room flooded with light
- covered terrace with or without railing
- exterior water tap and exterior sockets
- compact air conditioning unit
- fly screens
- box-spring bed
- mirror of an existing floor plan
For more information, please download the flyer or contact one of our employees (email@example.com or +49 5606 5589990).
We construct our small but excellent Chalets with up to 50 sqm living area. Our model Copenhagen can be constructed with 56 sqm.
Before you rule out this “small” size, feel free to make an appointment at one of our exhibition sites and see for yourself how spacious this small space really is. You have the option of choosing between different proposed floor plans, depending on the house.
Make an appointment at one of our two local branches, and let the models and different floor plans inspire you. In real life, the houses have a different impact than numbers, lengths and widths on paper.
Room-Tour “Chalet Canada”