955 SQFT (88.76 SQM)
This beautiful one-bedroom apartment for sale in Méribel enjoys a calm and dominant plot just three minutes’ walk from the village centre and the Doron piste.
This Méribel apartment for sale is part of a brand-new boutique development comprising just 13 high-end residences. Located on the ground floor of a traditional chalet-style building, this apartment spans 88 sqm and features a west-facing terrace of 17 sqm. Perfect for small families, the apartment comprises one master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a bunk bedroom which is perfect for accommodating children. There is plenty of space for entertaining too thanks to the property’s 49 sqm open-plan living and dining room.
This property also includes a ski locker, a cellar and two covered parking spaces.
As well as a fantastic home away from home in an authentic dual-season resort, at €13,808 per sqm, this apartment for sale in Méribel is well priced for this world-class resort. In comparison, prime properties in the Rond Point des Pistes area can command as much as €20,000 to €30,000 per sqm.
As a new-build property, the future owner will enjoy a reduced notary fee of 2% and will have the opportunity to recuperate 20% VAT from the property purchase price if they decide to rent out their apartment. Our in-house team can aid investors with this application and introduce them to a trusted rental agency.
Méribel is a charming resort situated at the heart of the Three Valleys ski domain in the French Alps, the largest ski domain in the world with 600km of pistes and a further 120km of cross-country slopes. The resort is currently undergoing an exciting period of renovation whereby old hotels and chalets are being transformed into beautiful ski residences.
Perfect for families, this lively resort has plenty to do away from the slopes too such as ice skating, bowling and swimming. Plus, the resort is also home to a number of bars and restaurants.
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 with an adventure sports scene fast on the ...