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Ontario Home For Sale Has Major Swiss Alps Vibes

If you want to live in the Swiss Alps, but can't bring yourself to leave Canada, this Ontario home might be the one for you.

A massive Thunder Bay home is currently for sale that offers you the luxurious chalet lifestyle at a discounted price.

Kate Pasinelli | RE/MAX

1718 Hutton Park Drive is a four-bedroom, chalet-style home located on 2.4 acres of serene, green landscape.

Kate Pasinelli | RE/MAX

Its rustic interior is custom-built with 19-foot ceilings and a massive stone fireplace, making it the perfect place to cozy up in the winter.

Kate Pasinelli | RE/MAX

Its kitchen includes a welcoming breakfast bar, so you'll never want to order takeout again.

Kate Pasinelli | RE/MAX

On top of that, it comes with an office offering unbeatable views, which is perfect for this work-from-home era.

Kate Pasinelli | RE/MAX

The best part is, this gorgeous chalet is currently on the market for under $700,000.

Kate Pasinelli | RE/MAX

Chalet Home

Chalet Home

Kate Pasinelli | RE/MAX

Price: $699,900

Address: 1718 Hutton Park Dr., Thunder Bay, ON

Description: A beautiful Swiss Alps chalet right here in Ontario.

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