4 bedroom chalet for sale
France - La Plagne, Savoie, Rhone Alps
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- Sold partially furnished
- In the centre of the village
- Very good conditionsIn the centre of the village
- Close to the slopes and to Bobsleigh
- Interesting potential of evolution v Spacious and traditional
v REF: 4026088/2425
v Type : Chalet 4-bed + mezzanine
v Price: € 526,000
v Surface: 200 sqm
v Balcony : Yes
v Accommodating: up to 10 people
This amazing chalet is located in the centre La Roche area, in the famous La Plagne village.
This spacious property over 200 sqm of surface, and is close to the slopes and to Bobsleigh. Located in the heart of the village, it is a very rare offer! I was built in 1985 under 3 floors, presented in a traditional style.
The chalet offers 4 bedroom which one including a mezzanine, 1 shower room, 1 bathroom, 2 independent toilets, 2 living rooms, 1 chimney, 1 dining room, 1 independent kitchen, 1 terrace, several balconies, 1 double garage and 2 storage rooms.
This high standing quality chalet is sold partially furnished and offers an interesiting potential of evolution. VERY RARE OFFER IN THIS AREA ! CONTACT US FOR VIEWINGS !
v Land Tax ( taxe foncière) : € 1,206
v Council Tax ( taxe d'habitation): € 1,191
Location: La Plagne
La Plagne is an intermediate's paradise, even if you don't use the link to Les Arcs. For experts, it has huge areas of off-piste that don't get skied out too quickly.
We are pleased to note that last season the resort reinstated the two rewarding black pistes dropping 800m vertical from the glacier, wiped from the map a few seasons ago, but this is still an area where advanced intermediates and experts need to look off-piste for challenges.
The lift network has gradually improved over recent years (most recently with an amazingly powerful eight-pack at Plagne Bellecôte), and now seems to cause problems for our readers only at the real peaks of the season. Bigger problems these days are the number of slow chairlifts in some sectors, and the serious overcrowding on some pistes.
La Plagne consists of no fewer than 11 separate 'villages'. Each is a self-sufficient mini-resort, though they vary widely in character. They divide basically into two groups: seven units purpose-built at altitude in a broad bowl, on or above the treeline; and four real villages, adapted and expanded for skiing, at lower altitude on the fringes of the area.
At the heart of the high-altitude area, Plagne Centre is aptly named: it is the focal point for shops and après-ski. Directly below Centre is the chalet-filled suburb of Plagne 1800, spread across a steep hillside. A short lift ride away from Centre are the slightly higher units of Plagne Aime 2000 and, in the opposite direction, Plagne Soleil and Plagne Villages. Over a low ridge, beyond the last two, are Plagne Bellecôte and Belle Plagne.
Outside the main bowl, at the northern edge of the area, are Les Coches and Montchavin. At the southern edge is rustic Champagny. Beyond Plagne Aime 2000, at the western edge, is growing Montalbert. These outlying resorts are described later in the chapter.
A cable car from Montchavin links to Les Arcs via Peisey-Vallandry. Day trips by car to Val d'Isère-Tignes or the Trois Vallées resorts are possible. Staying in Champagny means quick access by car or taxi to Courchevel.