Ski apartments for sale, Champagny-en-Vanoise - Terrasses de la Vanoise

€243,000 - €1.277M 1 - 4 Bedrooms

A stunning collection of ski apartments for sale in the charming alpine village of Champagny-en-Vanoise which is part of La Plagne ski resort in Paradiski.

Why is this opportunity so exciting?

One of the most exciting aspects of these ski apartments is their fantastic location which perfectly balances the charm of an authentic Savoyard village with all the benefits of being part of the Paradiski ski domain, the second largest interconnected ski area in the world. This new launch truly offers the best of both worlds. 

The apartments are just a four minutes’ walk from the village centre and the ski lifts up to La Plagne. For easier access to the slopes, there is a complimentary shuttle bus service with a stop right outside the property which provides transfers to and from the ski lifts. Owing to their great location, these properties are encompassed by breathtaking views of the mountains and the village too.

What’s the investment potential?

Though only a 15-minute drive from Courchevel, these apartments offer an average of €6,200 per square metre which is significantly lower than Courchevel where prices begin at €10,000 per square metre and prime properties can fetch as much as €30,000 per square metre. This makes these properties an attractive investment for those who want to enjoy the slopes of Courchevel at a lower price point.

There are plans in discussion to construct a new ski lift which will connect nearby Bozel (seven minutes’ drive from Champagny-en-Vanoise) with Courchevel in just 15 minutes. This exciting project means that not only will owners enjoy easier access to the Three Valleys ski domain, but they may also benefit from strong capital appreciation should they decide to resell their apartment in the future.

Owing to their high-end finishes and excellent location which permits easy access to the Paradiski ski area and the Three Valleys ski domain via Meribel and Courchevel, these apartments have an estimated rental yield of 3-5%, making them ideal for those looking for a property rental investment. In addition, it is possible to earn rental income throughout the summer too as Champagny-en-Vanoise is a dual season resort with plenty of outdoor pursuits to keep holidaymakers occupied in the warmer months such as golf and exploring the Vanoise National Park. 

As a new-build property, future owners can also apply for a VAT rebate of 20% on the property price if they decide to rent it out too. Our dedicated client relations team can help with this application, as well as facilitating a seamless purchasing process, and Athena Collection offers hassle-free rental management.

What about the properties?

This project consists of 41 one to five-bedroom apartments distributed across three traditional chalet-style buildings with stone and wood facades. There is an excellent variety of layouts available, including a spacious duplex, and each apartment features exterior space such as a terrace, a balcony or a garden—perfect for taking in the charming mountain and village views. The apartments feature modern interiors with high-end finishes and fully equipped bathrooms and kitchens.

In addition, all of the properties will benefit from a cellar, underground parking and ski lockers.

Why Champagny-en-Vanoise?

Something of a hidden gem, Champagny-en-Vanoise is a traditional Savoyard village in the southern part of La Plagne which boasts 225km of slopes. As 80% of the slopes here are red or blue, it is a fantastic destination for intermediate skiers. La Plagne is also part of the Paradiski ski domain which means that it is easy to access the slopes of Les Arcs and Peisey-Vallandry from here too.

Just 11 minutes’ away from the village centre by car lies Champagny le Haut which is the gateway to Vanoise National Park, the oldest national park in France and one of the best places in the Alps for cross-country skiing.

About French Alps

About French Alps

Regarded as one of the world's premier winter sports destinations, The French Alps spans 8 adjoining mountain chains that rise up from Provence in the South and across the borders of Switzerland and Italy. Spread across 210,000 kilometres, they combine some of the world's most dynamic ski destinations - from the Trois Vallées to Portes Du Soleil - with an adventure sports scene fast on the rise. And after the snow has melted, the breath-taking landscapes, charming alpine culture and rich gourmet food scene ensure that it remains a [...]

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