Courchevel - Les Trois Vallees - French Alps
4 - 7
$2.672m - $5.104m
Designed to blend in with the surrounding landscape, The Glaciers presents a contemporary interpretation of the traditional Savoyard architecture found in Courchevel. Nestled in a private domain, the intimate resort consists of 11 chalets for sale in Courchevel ranging from four to seven bedrooms.
Ranging from 170 to 303 sqm, this resort boasts an excellent location, just a stone’s throw from the resort centre and the ski lifts. Each chalet includes large balconies and terraces, a fireplace, and covered parking for all. Made from wood and exposed stone, they also enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding peaks. To wind down after a day on the slopes, there is a private spa in each chalet, inclusive of a sauna, spa and fitness room, for residents to enjoy.
In a sought-after resort where prices range, prices per sqm can go up to €40,000 in Courchevel. Much more affordable, Courchevel Moriond is a great option for those who have a lower budget but still want to enjoy the Three Valleys ski domain, whilst in less glitzy surroundings. These properties are competitively priced with an average of €14,800 per sqm.
As new-build properties, future owners will enjoy lower notary fees of 2-2.5% as opposed to the typical 7-8% applied to resale properties. In addition, owners will also have the option to recover the 20% VAT from the property price if they decide to rent out their apartment when not in use.
Courchevel Moriond, also known as Courchevel 1650, stands apart from its glitzy neighbour Courchevel 1850, offering an entirely different atmosphere. Considered one of the most coveted resorts in the world, the slopes are predominantly blue and green, and so particularly popular with families.
The resort is home to a number of restaurants and Aquamotion, a multi-million euro aquatic centre with an impressive selection of pools and spa facilities. Courchevel Moriond is also well-connected to Courchevel 1850 thanks to a relatively new ski lift. This makes it possible for skiers to take advantage of the higher resort’s legendary après ski scene and Michelin-starred restaurants.
Within the Courchevel resort reside three villages, all of which are known for their diverse winter and summer activity offerings. Courchevel 1850 is the highest of the villages on the mountain. This is where you will find all the high-end boutiques, including Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Hermès. Courchevel Moriond (1,650m in altitude) is also set ...