Alpe d'Huez - Grand Domaine - French Alps
2 - 3
€530,000 - €760,000
Located in the Vieil Alpe area with direct access to the ski bridge to the Alpe Express ski lift, this brand-new collection of ski-in ski-out apartments is all about location. Not only do these Alpe d’Huez apartments for sale have 250km of groomed piste waiting on the doorstep, but they are also just a stone’s throw from shops, restaurants, bars and the télécentre which connects Vieil Alpe to le Rond Point des Pistes.
This boutique collection of 15 apartments features a traditional chalet-inspired facade and elegant, contemporary interiors with Alpine influences. All of these Alpe d’Huez properties are south-facing and come with fully equipped kitchens and bathrooms as well as a balcony. In addition, many of the properties enjoy superb views over the slopes and the village and all of the duplex apartments benefit from a stove. Ski lockers are included for all apartments and cellars may be purchased for an additional fee.
New-build properties are few and far between in Alpe d’Huez which makes this exciting new launch a rare find. With prices starting from €8,612 per sqm, these well-located ski apartments for sale in Alpe d’Huez are very well-priced for this high-altitude resort and the French Alps as a whole. In comparison, ski-in ski-out properties in other resorts of a similar altitude, such as Val d’Isère and Méribel, can command prices twice as high.
The resort is currently discussing plans to create a new ski lift to connect Alpe d’Huez to Les Deux Alpes. This proposed ski lift would mean that Alpe d’Huez would become part of the third-largest ski domain in France and benefit from access to a further 200km of pistes. This not only means that property owners may have access to even more slopes in the future, but it is likely to have a positive effect on rental income by further boosting the popularity of this in-demand resort.
Perched at 1,860m on a plateau bathed with 300 days of sunshine a year, Alpe d’Huez is part of the Grand Domaine and has 250km of pistes on the doorstep including the famous Sarenne slope which is the longest black run in Europe. Alpe d’Huez was crowned the Best European Ski Resort 2020 by European Best Destinations and is a wonderful choice for families as it has been awarded the prestigious Famille Plus label.
Active throughout the year, Alpe d’Huez is just as exciting during the summer with plenty of outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, horse riding and golf. In addition, the resort is also frequently part of the route for the Tour de France thanks to its iconic climb with 21 hairpin bends.
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...