4-bed ski apartment for sale, Méribel - Swan Lodge

€2.65M 4 Bedrooms

This rare new build four bedroom apartment for sale in Méribel enjoys great views over the valleys and is located close to all the amenities of Méribel Centre.

Part of a new-build collection of just 10 properties, the apartment is well proportioned, with an additional bunk room. As the properties are new, there is the possibility to recuperate 20% VAT from the purchase price. The new-build status also means it comes with lower buying costs of around 2%, rather than 7-8% as is standard for resale property.

The building has a dominant position, just 600m from the main shops, restaurants and other amenities of central Méribel. Owners and their guests will benefit from a private shuttle bus service, exclusively for the residence, taking them to the nearby pistes in just a few minutes.

New-build properties are rare in the village and it is expected that the real estate market will only be populated with resales and renovations in the near future since it has steadily grown over the years and space is becoming scarce. With real estate prices in Méribel for similar properties in the resort sometimes reaching up to €30,000 per sqm, especially in the highest parts, this new-build project with panoramic views and close to the village is competitively priced, with an average price per square metre for the building at less than half of this.

Each of the four double bedrooms are ensuite, two with his-and-hers facilities. There are five different exterior spaces; one terrace and four balconies from which to enjoy the views. A large living and dining area sits next to the fully fitted kitchen with breakfast bar.

Located in the Three Valleys, the world-famous resort of Méribel is located in the centre of the ski domain. With more than 600km of interconnected slopes and 120km of cross-country skiing, the Three Valleys is the largest ski domain in the world.

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About Méribel

About Méribel

The resort of Méribel was founded in 1938 by British skier Peter Lindsay, when he visited the town of Les Allues. He imagined how the area would be perfect for a ski resort. The development of the area continued to create five villages. Les Allues (1,100m in altitude) is the original site of the Méribel resort. The village is filled with Savoyard chalets and refurbished barns along narrow streets. Méribel-Village sits at 1,400m in altitude and has been growing in size and importance since the 1990s. Before then, only a few chalets [...]

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