Chamonix - Chamonix Mont Blanc - French Alps
2 - 5
CHF371,371 - CHF2.043m
This collection of 28 ski properties for sale in Chamonix enjoys a privileged location in a calm residential area in the heart of the village, just a short walk from the historic centre, the Aiguille du Midi lift and the bus station which offers quick transfers to the pistes. Thanks to its superb location, all of the properties boast breathtaking mountain views and Mont Blanc can be seen from the south-orientated apartments.
Spread across two buildings, this new-build development comprises 28 ski apartments with between one and five bedrooms. Complementing its surroundings, the building features a typical facade made from stone and wood. The interiors will be finished in a contemporary style with large windows to maximise light and take advantage of the stunning views.
All of the properties benefit from a balcony or a terrace, a ski locker with a boot warmer and a garage. In addition, some of the apartments also include a cellar.
In Chamonix, new-build ski apartments seldom appear at the heart of the resort. This makes this collection of centrally located apartments near the bus station a rare and exciting opportunity.
In a sought-after resort where prices range from €9,000 per sqm to €13,000 sqm, these properties are keenly priced with an average of €9,300 per sqm and a competitive starting price of €6,200 per sqm.
As new builds, future owners will benefit from lower notary fees of 2-2.5% and will have the opportunity to apply for VAT rebate on the property price if they decide to rent out their property.
Welcoming skiers since 1906 and the host of the first-ever winter Olympics, Chamonix is one of France’s first ski resorts. Chamonix boasts a dazzling array of 119 pistes and is often the go-to resort for seasoned skiers. Vallée Blanche is one of the resort’s highlights. This is a 20km glacier run which begins at the top of the Aguille du Midi and ends in the town centre, offering spectacular views of the Mont Blanc range on the way down.
Unlike purpose-built resorts, Chamonix has grown organically which means it still retains its authentic charm. The village is home to a fantastic selection of bars and restaurants, including Albert 1er which has been awarded 2 Michelin Stars.
A true year-round town, Chamonix hosts a number of cultural events throughout the year, including the Cosmojazz Festival, and has 350km of marked trails and treks to explore in the summer months.
One of France's first ski resorts, Chamonix is something of an iconic destination, welcoming skiers since 1906. Bordering Mont Blanc, it's proximity to the mountain provides a pull, yet its the dazzling array of pistes that has positioned it as a go-to for experienced skiers on the trail of fresh, virgin powder. Its endless lift system extends u...