If you’re looking for a quiet retreat surrounded by nature, what could be better than a home in a national park? Sophie Gardner-Roberts selects six properties in national parks across the country Le Bourg-d’Oisans, Isère Écrins national park
you like the idea of seclusion to really be at one with nature, then this isolated chalet is a rare gem. With 120m2 of living space across three floors, the property boasts incredible mountain views of the Écrins national park from its balcony. It comprises a bright living area with a stone fireplace in the middle, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large garage and even a small greenhouse under the balcony. Located above the village and set in 2,300m2 of land, the cherry tree-lined garden includes a vegetable patch, wood store and a separate cellar.