Situated between the peaks of the Brenta Dolomites, proclaimed a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, lies the famous mountain resort of Madonna di Campiglio, characterized by the luxury boutiques and high-fashion stores that grace the town center. Known in the sports world for the "3TRE," most famous Alpine Ski World Cup, Madonna di Campiglio shows itself as a hub of elite tourism by also offering its guests two Michelin-starred restaurants and several gourmet restaurants for an excellent dining experience. Chalet Fogajard, which receives its name from the area in which it is set, stands like a panoramic balcony overlooking the world's most beautiful mountains. This charming mountain villa, erected in the late 1950s by the parents of the current owners and completely rebuilt in 2011, stands out for its sustainable architecture by going to the most strict criteria of green building. It is necessary to know that the roofing mantle was made with hand-cut Larch shingles, as our ancestors did, giving the property excellent thermal insulation. The over 520 square meters of the property are divided into four levels, three of which are above ground and one basement. On the ground floor you have the pleasure of walking on a floor that has almost 200 years of history behind it, and you are welcomed by a graceful living area in which a relaxation area equipped with a warm stone and wood fireplace has been created. On the same level there is a professional kitchen, certainly appreciable for the impressive view of the Trentino Dolomites. Upstairs, six rooms, all with en suite bathrooms, are characterized by furnishings made by Austrian artisans from Kitzbuhel. Specifically, much of the furniture was made from antique wood salvaged from some old farmsteads, while another part was created using wood from Cirmolo, an evergreen plant that is called the "Queen of the Alps" and is recognized as having a positive effect on human health. Reaching the top floor via an external staircase, we enter the charming master apartment. This imposing three-bedroom accommodation conveys an exclusive hospitality given by the roof pitches showing solid larch beams, the same beams that are exposed in the ceilings of the lower floor. In the basement there is a ski room with boot warmers and climbing boulders, a wellness area with Finnish sauna and Turkish bath, and a room used as a wine cellar that can easily be converted into a fitness room or home cinema. Externally 1500 square meters of greenery surround the property hosting a Finnish barrel sauna with a panoramic window on Cima Tosa, an equipped pavement and eight parking spaces.