28 McChesney Road is a unique and fully restored A-Frame house, a design made popular by architect Andrew Geller when his Reece House was featured in the New York Times in May 1957.

The A-Frame design with its steeply angled roof is well suited to alpine environments. 

Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps            Up to six

Bedrooms:       Three 
Bathrooms:      Two

The master bedroom occupies the top floor of the house with wonderful views over the valley to Coronet Peak. There is a sophisticated en-suite to the main bedroom, along with a large walk in wardrobe. There are two further good sized bedrooms on the ground floor each with its own built in wardrobe. One of the downstairs bedrooms can be made into either a twin or double room. These two bedrooms share the main bathroom which has a separate bath and shower. A port-a-cot is available for families.

Kitchen: Fully equipped kitchen with quality Bosch appliances.

Living/dining: Fabulous open plan living/dining space with floor to ceiling windows looking out to the spectacular view. LCD TV together with Satellite, Tivoli Stereo with iPod connection, & wireless 3G internet available on request.

Laundry: Fully equipped with washing machine, dryer, drying rack , ironing board, iron.

Heating: Underfloor heating, electric heating in downstairs bedrooms, heat pump & wood burner.

Outside: A fabulous cedar hot tub with views over the valley towards Coronet Peak. Outdoor gas BBQ.

Ski/bike storage: Below the house is a large locked storage room for all ski equipment, bikes etc...