Méribel - Les Trois Vallees - French Alps
Located in a prime location, steps away from the ski lifts, slopes and restaurants, this is a rare opportunity to own a stunning individual chalet in the charming Méribel Village.
Part of an exclusive collection of just two chalets, this property features a Savoyard-inspired facade and spacious interiors with contemporary finishes. The property boasts four double bedrooms, complete with en-suite bathrooms, and there is also a dormitory, ideal for younger children.
However, the real highlight is the large open-plan living and dining area on the first floor of the property with a double-height cathedral ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows which let in plenty of light and offer breathtaking views over the valley. The living area also opens up to a sunny, south-west-facing terrace.
The chalet has a fantastic range of facilities. In the basement, one can find a hammam, a sauna, a gym, a home cinema. A garage and ski room are also included. Explore now the virtual tour of this ski chalet for sale in Méribel Village.
New-build chalets rarely appear on the market in Méribel Village, making this chalet for sale a rare find. Priced at €17,057 per sqm, this property is well-priced for Méribel Village and competitively priced when compared to Méribel as a whole. Property prices in Méribel can reach up to €30,000 per sqm in le Rond Point des Pistes.
As a new-build, future owners can also benefit from a 20% VAT rebate on the property price if they decide to rent it out.
A peaceful hamlet, Méribel Village combines the rustic charm of an authentic mountain village with access to the world’s interconnected ski domain: the Three Valleys. With 600km of groomed pistes and further 150km of cross-country slopes to explore, this diverse ski domain caters to all abilities.
While slightly secluded, which is a part of its charm, Méribel Village has easy access to the centre of the resort thanks to a complimentary shuttle bus. The Lapin piste connects the centre of Méribel to Méribel Village which means that it will be possible to ski back to Méribel Village directly and walk to the property.
The resort of Méribel was founded in 1938 by British skier Peter Lindsay, when he visited the town of Les Allues. He imagined how the area would be perfect for a ski resort. The development of the area continued to create five villages. Les Allues (1,100m in altitude) is the original site of the Méribel resort. The village is filled with Savoyar...