Les Arcs - Paradiski - French Alps
A new development has come to Les Arcs, situated between 1600 and 1800 metres. Located next to the piste, this ski-in ski-out apartment presents a fantastic home and investment for families. With ski lifts easily accessible via the piste, owners can be on the slopes in no time and conveniently ski straight back home at the end of the day.
Situated on the second floor within the project, this spacious apartment of 97 sqm boasts an open kitchen diner with living room. With traditional architecture running throughout the interiors, wooden elements will be prominent, helping to retain its alpine authenticity. Perched on a ridge this apartment has beautiful views looking out over the valley and the surrounding mountains. The building itself is environmentally friendly, complying with France's 2012 thermoregulation. This apartment will also come with a cellar and ski locker and owners will have access to the building's concierge service, communal pool, gym and spa area with massage rooms, sauna and hammam. The apartment also comes with a parking space.
Investors will enjoy an area that is quiet and peaceful, which is particularly good for families. The tranquillity of the area will be balanced by the fact that its infrastructure and neighbourhood is under continuous development. Shops and amenities are flourishing in the zone, including ski and boutiques. All these aspects open up the possibility for capital gain over the next few years due to the area’s increasing dynamism and strong short-term rental yields expectations.
The new development also comes at the same time as a new 4 and 5 star Club Med which recently opened which includes an on-site restaurant open to the public as well as shops including ski shops and an epicerie fine which sells gourmet local food. These two developments are bringing an increasing number of tourists to Les Arcs thereby offering owners high potential for rental occupancy as capital appreciation in years to come.
Part of the Paradiski domain, the third-largest in the world, Les Arcs offers up over 425km of skiable terrain of varied levels ideal for skiers of all ages and levels.
Les Arcs does not aim to offer Savoyard charm; it was developed to be a ski resort and has been planned and designed accordingly. It is considered to be one of the first “mega-resorts” with a large network of connections to the pistes. It is made of four resorts that are named after their altitude – Arc 2000, Arc 1800, Arc 1600 and most recently...