Samoëns - Grand Massif - French Alps
€387,000 - €578,000
This rare collection of new-build properties for sale in Samoëns enjoys a calm, pastoral setting with great views. The Grand Massif Express ski lift up to the slopes is just two minutes’ drive from the property and the historic heart of the village is just a stone’s throw away.
Carefully blending traditional architecture with contemporary finishes, this exciting new launch consists of 11 two to four-bedroom spread across two chalet-style buildings. Perfect for taking in the beautiful views, apartments on the ground floor benefit from a terrace whilst those on the upper floors boast well-proportioned balconies. All of the apartments include fitted kitchens, underfloor heating, a cellar, bicycle storage and a single garage which can accommodate one car. In addition, for a supplement, it is is possible to upgrade to a double garage.
Pairing a fantastic central location with beautiful chalet-style architecture, these apartments are well-priced with an average of €6,200 per sqm as properties in Samoëns typically range from €5,000 to €7,000 per sqm. Plus, as new builds, future owners can benefit from lower notary fees and a 20% VAT rebate on the property price if they decide to rent it out when they are not using it.
Samoëns is part of the Grand Massif ski domain, the fourth-largest ski domain in the French Alps, and enjoys access to 265km of pistes. Whilst the slopes here predominantly cater to beginners and intermediates there are some trickier runs for seasoned skiers such as Aigle Noire.
Named a ville fleurie and famous for its stonemasons, the medieval village of Samoëns is one of the most picturesque towns in the French Alps. Its charming centre is home to a collection of historic buildings, a plethora of shops, patisseries and restaurants, including Le 8M des Monts which earned a mention in the 2019 Michelin Guide.
Quaint and quiet, this resort is perfectly suited for those who want to enjoy a truly authentic and relaxing experience.
To describe Samoëns as a charming alpine town can sound trite; however, it is very accurate. In contrast to its neighbour Flaine, it has a very traditional Savoyard architecture and has maintained a small-town approach despite the increased popularity of the region. The area offers some fantastic ski slopes, from 710m to 2,500m in altitude, wit...