5 bedroom duplex for sale
France - Chamonix, Haute-Savoie, Rhone Alps
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- Exceptional trophy property potential at this stage of construction with 4-8 Bedroom dwellings up to 266m2 living surface
- Views on Mont Blanc for most of our apartments
- Ideal situation next to all facilities in central Chamonix Le Lyret area (only 500 metres from Place Balmat, 200 metres from Aiguille du Midi cable car)
Examples of prices including VAT, fully-equipped kitchen, private garage and cave for storage:
-Studio + coin montagne for bunk beds: 415,000€
-2-bed apartment (55m2): 555,000€
-3-bed apartments, some are duplex over two floors (72-106m2): 775,000-1,210,000€
-4 to 9-bed trophy apartments on instructions, some are duplex over two floors (105-265m2): 1,190,000-3,100,000€
Some of the fixtures:
-Low energy consumption heating, parquet wood floors in bedrooms, cladded walls, rolling shutters for bedrooms, underfloor heating, fully-equipped kitchen & bathrooms, possibility to influence layout of your apartment as this is off-plan, etc.
Delivery is planned June 2018
Unlike most French ski resorts, Chamonix is a resort steeped in history. Quaint buildings, cobbled streets, bustling pavement cafes and breathtaking scenery all help to create an atmosphere that attracts a cosmopolitan crowd all year round with one idea in mind: the mountain at its most striking. The town sits at the foot of the world-famous Mont Blanc, is the mountain climbing mecca of the world and has been a tourist destination for more years than just about anywhere in the Alps.
Chamonix offers a multitude of slopes for all levels, each ski area having its own merit. Tremendously long slopes, skiing through the trees, free ride and off-piste, beginners slopes : an infinite number of possibilities for snow riders and mountain lovers alike.
Chamonix is known the world over for its steep, challenging slopes, off-piste powder, and dramatic mountain scenery. Its legendary 20-kilometre (12-mile) Valley Blanche is a high off-piste run, the longest in Europe, and a rite of passage for ballsy skiers on their way to becoming experts. Chamonix hosted the first ever Winter Olympic Games in 1924 and is considered by many to be the birthplace of alpine skiing.