This Canadian Penthouse, Designed to Look Like an Alpine Chalet, Is Made for Skiers and Golfers Alike

With an annual snowfall of 34 feet, Revelstoke is known as the heli-ski capital of the world

This single-level, top-floor residence is one of 79 units that will be spread across six chalet buildings at the new four-season Cabot Revelstoke ski and golf resort community.

The five-bedroom penthouse in Chalet 1, will be part of the 27-unit first phase of the development at the base of Mount Mackenzie, according to Diana Duvall, vice president of real estate sales at Cabot.

A popular ski town, Revelstoke is known as the heli-ski capital of the world and gets an average of 34 feet of snow a year, according to the website of the Revelstoke Mountain Resort, Cabot Revelstoke’s partner in this development.

The home is designed to look like an alpine chalet, with high ceilings and large windows with wraparound views, she said.

“The views are away from the mountain, facing west, across the Columbia River with Mount Begbie in the distance,” Duvall said.

The penthouse is “oriented to the views, with multiple balconies for indoor-outdoor living,” she added.

The home will offer a great room with an open-plan kitchen and dining area along with a movie and games room, Duvall said. All of the bedrooms are en suite, and the primary suite features dual closets and a private balcony.

Amenities include an 18-hole walkable mountain golf course, Cabot Pacific; heli-skiing, cat skiing, Nordic skiing, downhill skiing and snowboarding, suitable for all skill levels; a clubhouse with an outdoor pool and fitness and wellness facilities; food and beverage options; and hiking and biking trails.

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