Dating back to 1779, this historic detached farmhouse is located in the heart of Saint Martin de Belleville. The property will be completely renovated by an experienced Alpine developer creating a stunning six or seven bedroom family chalet of 220 to 270 sqm.
The current interior plans can easily be altered to meet the future owner’s requirements. It will use the chalet dominant position to exploit views across the valley and the interior spaces will be spacious and perfectly designed for modern life in the French Alps.
The chalet enjoys a prominent location just 100m from the beautiful church but also the front de neige. This means that within a few minutes’ walk you have immediate access to the expansive Three Valleys ski domain.
It is also conveniently located for utilising Saint Martin de Belleville’s wide range range of amenities, including shops and restaurants.
Whilst Saint Martin de Belleville is already a popular ski resort throughout both seasons, with plenty of activities to entertain its residents during winter and summer, the town hall wants to take this charming village on to the next level by investing in extra infrastructure.
Saint Martin de Belleville plans to install a new aquacentre just on the outskirts of the village, including swimming pools, saunas, steam rooms as well as Jacuzzis to relax at the end of an exciting day in the 3 Valleys. The aquacentre is due to open in 2018.
Other infrastructure investments include the development of an 18.5ha nine-hole golf course and practice area due to be finished in 2017. There are also plans for an additional 2.5ha Pitch & Putt course on the outskirts of the village, with completion due to be finished in 2018.
Why Saint Martin de Belleville?
Saint Martin de Belleville is a pit stop for most on the way to more populous resorts in Les Trois Vallées. The wooden chalets on the mountain backdrop are as attractive as any village in the Alps, and the Savoyard village is ideal for families and visitors who seek the quiet life in the mountains.
Baroque architecture and mills are seen through the winding streets. Small restaurants with local flavours are abundant in this tiny town. During the summer, there are enough hiking trails to excite any mountain hiking enthusiast. With quick access to the resort by car from the airports, or short taxi rides from the Albertville-Moûtiers train station, the resort is ideal for weekend visitors and those looking for a mountain escape with great access to ski pistes.