Famous for its sunny, snow-sure slopes from 1850m upwards and skiable links to the Italian resort of La Thuile, La Rosière is an impressive French ski resort. With property prices still highly competitive, the large-scale lift and piste investments will make it an even more compelling option for those buying ski property during 2016.
Le Hameau de Barthélémy borders a picturesque forest and offers an exceptional view over the valley. This brand new launch has a ski-in location just 400m away from the main ski lifts and slopes, and is minutes away from shops, restaurants and children’s facilities.
Le Hameau de Barthélémy comprises 20 units, from two to five bedroom apartments including duplexes and 1 chalet. The apartments are spread across 6 buildings; which use the topography in order to maximise the views from every single property.
Interior spaces within Le Hameau de Barthélémy range from 64sqm to 147sqm and every apartment has outside space from which to enjoy the breath taking views. The terraces and balconies range in size from 7sqm to 50sqm. Some apartments are across two floors, giving the lounge area double height ceilings, a very rare feature for ski apartments. The interior design reflects the Savoyard style in a modern and sleek way.
Owners will also enjoy the use of private parking as well as common areas such as a family playroom, sauna and stream room.
Get To Know La Rosière
A little gem hidden high in the Tarentaise, La Rosière, has a lovely traditional rustic Savoyard feel with low-rise accommodation. The resort is formed of two villages; La Rosière 1850 and Les Eucherts, and hosts a great deal of activities for the whole family.
Located in the “Espace San Bernado”, between the High Tarentaise in France and the Valle d’Aosta in Italy, La Rosière enables you to experience the very best of the two skiing cultures. When skiing in Italy, you will enjoy views over the Mont-Blanc from the slopes. La Thuile, located just on other side of the mountain from La Rosiere is a small Italian resort where the atmosphere is much more relaxed. Here you can experience a different type of mountain fayre, with typical Italian delicacies available just a few pistes away. For more advanced skiers, l’espace San Bernardo is the only French ski resort where heliskiing is possible.