Alpe d'Huez - Grand Domaine - French Alps
Studio - 5
€249,000 - €1.734m
Discover this collection of 56 apartments for sale in Alpe d’Huez. Located in Quartier du Vieil Alpe, the oldest and most charming part of Alpe d’Huez, these new-build properties are just steps away from the ski lifts, restaurants, shops and the télécentre which connects the different parts of the village together. Thanks to their location, many of the apartments enjoy views over the Oisans mountains.
Created by a renowned developer, this exciting new launch comprises 56 apartments, ranging from one to five bedrooms, across five new buildings with mountain farmhouse-inspired architecture. The interiors will be finished in a contemporary style with large bay windows and fully equipped kitchens. Nearly all of the apartments will benefit from a balcony or terrace, most of which are south-facing, and some ground floor apartments also feature a private garden.
A garage, cellar and ski locker – complete with a boot warmer – are included.
Ideal for investors, these apartments boast an attractive price per square metre compared to the market and will benefit from interesting rental yields. Plus, Alpe d’Huez is undergoing an exciting €185m revitalisation project which will bring the resort to the next level. Plans include a new ski lift which will connect it to the neighbouring Les Deux Alpes ski domain in order to form the third-largest ski domain in the French Alps. With that in mind, properties in Alpe d’Huez will become even more sought after by tourists and will benefit from strong capital appreciation in the future.
Set at 1,860m on a sun-drenched plateau, Alpe d’Huez is part of the Grand Domaine and has 250km of high altitude skiing right on its doorstep. With plans in motion to connect the ski resort to Les Deux Alpes, Alpe d’Huez is set to benefit from a further 200km of pistes.
Whilst skiing is undeniably the main draw of the resort, Alpe d’Huez hosts a number of events throughout the year such as the winter edition of the Tomorrowland music festival and the International Comedy Film Festival. Thanks to its famous uphill climb with 21 challenging corners, le Tour de France route often goes through Alpe d’Huez too.
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...