Alpe d'Huez - Grand Domaine - French Alps
€607,000 - €2.15m
This collection of new-build apartments for sale in Alpe d’Huez enjoys a superb location in le Rond Point de Pistes, just steps away from the ski lifts and a plethora of shops and restaurants. One of the only new-build opportunities in the resort, 39% of the residences were optioned or sold within the first month.
This exciting new-build development consists of 18 two to five-bedroom ski apartments located within a charming chalet-style building. All of the properties benefit from either a spacious balcony or a terrace with beautiful views, garage parking, a ski locker and a cellar. Plus, many of the apartments for sale also feature an extra bunk bedroom – perfect for accommodating young children.
Future owners will also enjoy access to the development’s concierge service and excellent fitness centre which overlooks the mountains.
Thanks to the ongoing €185m renovation project which will improve the ski lift infrastructure, extend the ski domain and create more tourist residences, Alpe d’Huez is set to become part of third-largest ski domain in the French Alps. With that in mind, properties in Alpe d’Huez should see strong capital appreciation in the future.
With an average of €11,800 per sqm, these properties are well-priced for not only Alpe d’Huez but the French Alps as a whole. Offering the sought-after mix of stunning views, excellent on-site facilities and an unbeatable ski-in ski-out location, similar properties in high altitude resorts, such as Val d’Isère and Méribel, can command prices twice as high.
Named the Best European Ski Resort 2020 by European Best Destinations, Alpe d’Huez is a certified Famille Plus ski resort in the Grand Domaine. The resort is famed for its 300 days of sunshine, earning it the nickname of ‘Ile du Soleil’, and is the host of the winter edition of the world-famous Tomorrowland music festival.
The resort has access to 250km of pistes which cater to all abilities. By 2022, the resort will benefit from an additional 200km of slopes, thanks to a new ski lift which will connect Alpe d’Huez to Les Deux Alpes in a mere 18 minutes.
The Grande-Dame of the Alps, the high-altitude resort of Alpe d’Huez has many claims to fame: It was one of the first villages in France to welcome skiers (as early as 1904), it was also where the beloved button-lift system was first invented, and finally, it boasts an average of 300 days of sunshine a year on its south-facing slopes, earning i...