Ski chalet for sale, Méribel - Hameau Saint Jacques

€3.995M 6 Bedrooms

Hameau Saint Jacques consists of two chalets in Le Raffort in Méribel Les Allues, one of them remaining for sale. Close to the ski lift and offering stunning views, this property is ideal for families seeking a high-quality chalet close to the slopes in a tranquil setting.

What makes this opportunity so unique?

In a quiet yet close to the centre location, the Hameau Saint Jacques chalet is exceptional due to its high-end facilities, especially on the lower ground floor. The chalet has its own TV room, spa and lift.

The property is spread over four levels on 259 sqm, whilst all bedrooms (six beds available) have an ensuite bathroom. The property also benefits from plenty of exterior space on the first and second floor, offering stunning views over the valley and the surrounding mountains.

Finally, the chalet is close to the Saint Jacques chapel, close to the Raffort pistes and its ski lifts at just 200m, whilst the centre of Méribel is just a five-minute drive.

What’s the investment potential?

It’s a rare opportunity to find a new-build property that is already delivered and ready to move in. Generally, developers tend to put properties on the market while the construction is still underway. However, with this property, you don’t have to imagine living in a property that you haven’t seen – this chalet can be visited at any times and it’s still possible to recuperate the VAT afterwards as it is considered as a new-build. The furnishing will also be possible at an extra cost of €150,000.

Whilst prices in the centre of Méribel often reach €26,000 per square metre, Le Raffort tends to be cheaper due to its lower altitude and quieter, and still have easy access to the pistes and stunning views. With a price per sqm of €13,000, this chalet is well valued compared to the competition, given its in-house facilities and the quality of the finishes.

Why Méribel?

Located in the Three Valleys, the world-famous resort of Méribel is located in the centre of the ski domain. With more than 600 km of interconnected slopes and 120 km of cross-country skiing, the Three Valleys is the largest ski domain in the world. Composed of three main villages, Meribel have very strict rules in term of new construction, which maintains authentic architecture in the resort.

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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