Family resort in the Alps gets another new development
The success of the a new four-star leaseback development in family-friendly ski resort Le Chinaillon, in Le Grand Bornard in France, has prompted the same developer to build another one in the village.
With all but two of the 180 apartments sold within the 12 traditionally-styled chalets completed in December in Le Village de Lessy, developer MGM Constructeur has announced plans for a further 120 apartments in a new mountain-side résidence, called Le Roc des Tours.
“Construction work on the south-facing apartments overlooking the ski slopes is due to start later this year and the first phase of 55 properties will be ready for occupation before the end of next year,” says Richard Deans who heads MGM’s UK sales office.
Located an altitude of 1,300 metres in the Les Aravis ski area, midway between Mont Blanc and Lake Annecy, Le Chinaillon is five minutes away by car or local bus from the Savoyard market town of Le Grand Bornand. Geneva Airport is less than an hour away by road.
Le Chinaillon is said to be one of the most family-friendly ski resorts in the region. It has year-round popularity, with skiing and snowboarding giving way to walking and golf in the summer months, as well as sailing and water sports on Lake Annecy.
“The news for skiers is that if talks between rival mountain villages finally come to fruition, Chinaillon’s 90 kilometres of tree-lined ski runs could be linked with the 130 kilometres of nearby La Clusaz and Saint Jean de Sixt,” reports Deans.
Unusually for an MGM résidence, a bar and restaurant will be incorporated within the new development. Other facilities will include a sauna, jacuzzi, steam and fitness rooms. An OdesCimes spa and beauty centre will have a variety of massages and body treatments on offer.
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