An exceptional demi chalet for sale in a prime location in Saint-Martin-de-Belleville, a charming alpine village in the Three Valleys ski domain. Opportunities like this do not come around often as Saint-Martin-de-Belleville’s last new-build project was launched three years ago and sold out within 18 months.
Located at the heart of the village, this chalet for sale enjoys a privileged location just a stone’s throw from the ski lift and all amenities.
This spacious semi-detached chalet spans 187 square metres across four floors. On the upper three levels of the property, there are five bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a huge open-plan living and dining area and an additional lounge. A garage and a ski room can be found on the lowest floor of the property. The demi chalet benefits from a number of balconies and terraces which offer panoramic views over the valley and the surrounding mountains. Without a doubt, one of the most exciting aspects of this property is that future owners have the opportunity to transform part of the lowest floor into a private spa with a sauna and a hammam.
As a new-build, this property benefits from lower notary fees and it is possible for future owners to recuperate the 20% VAT on the property price if they decide to rent it out.
With cobbled streets lined with traditional Savoyard buildings, Saint-Martin-de-Belleville is an authentic alpine village in the Three Valleys ski domain. This lively village hosts a plethora of sporting and cultural activities throughout the year. Its amenities are also first-class, with delightful shops, bakeries, patisseries and restaurants of all kinds.
Saint-Martin-de-Belleville really does offer the best of both worlds as it combines traditional alpine charm with access to the world’s largest ski area: the Three Valleys. This huge ski domain boasts an incredible 600km of pistes catering to all abilities.
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