Les Arcs - Paradiski - French Alps
€390,000 - €844,800
Les Monarques is the brand new phase of beautiful 5* ski apartments for sale in Les Arcs and is part the popular Les Edenarc 1800 development. Nestled on the mountainside at the foot of the ski slopes, these properties enjoy a fantastic location with views across the resort and over to Mont Blanc.
The properties themselves are being finished to the standards alpine property investors and lifestyle buyers would expect of such a fantastic location. Each ski apartment combines traditional Savoyard style with contemporary designs and all are fully furnished and equipped.
Owners will also have unlimited access to the onsite spa facilities which include a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna and fitness room, spread out across an impressive 800 sqm private spa and wellness area.
Up to 4.10% rental returns are available depending on the amount of personal usage required, the highest returns currently available in the resort. These impressive returns are underpinned by the highly renowned and successful management company which has been appointed to handle the rental management.
Edenarc 1800 will be operated by Odalys Vacances, one of France’s top three rental management operators. The company’s healthy financial situation provides investors with peace of mind when it comes to the guaranteed rental income, and in turn, it means that attractive French mortgages secured for those who need to finance their purchase.
During the summer when the snow has disappeared, the area near to Edenarc 1800 becomes a 27 hole golf course, which is one of the resort’s many different summertime activities. You also have the wider Paradiski ski domain to explore throughout both winter and summer.
Getting to Les Arcs could not be easier. With the funicular straight up to the resort from Bourg Saint Maurice taking just seven minutes, Les Arcs is probably the easiest ski resort to reach in the French Alps by train.
For those travelling by air, Les Arcs also benefits from the same choice of airports that the other major resorts of the Tarentaise Valley do; Geneva and Lyon both a two-hour drive away.
Les Arcs does not aim to offer Savoyard charm; it was developed to be a ski resort and has been planned and designed accordingly. It is considered to be one of the first “mega-resorts” with a large network of connections to the pistes. It is made of four resorts that are named after their altitude – Arc 2000, Arc 1800, Arc 1600 and most recently...