Renovated in November 2016 this fantastic chalet has 240m2 floor space and has been fitted out to a very high standard.
Professionals for more than 30 years in the renovation business the owners have combined their talent and know-how to realize their dream: to build a splendid chalet in the Alpe d'Huez.
The chalet benefits from spacious modern living spaces. Each of the 5 bedrooms located on the first and second floor have well appointed en-suite bathrooms.
The chalet is located at 1800 meters altitude in the heart of the resort of Alpe d'Huez close to shops, restaurants, services.
The closet lifts are less than 100 meters away giving almost ski-to-the-door access. The chalet is ideally suited for summer as well as winter business due to its proximity to the finish of the legendary Alpe d'Huez 21 bend road cycle climb.
It is ideally situated to capitalize to the maximum on the summer road cycling trade especially when the Tour de France comes to town every two years.
The ground floor comprises an individual apartment with living room, kitchen, shower room, two double bedrooms, WC, laundry / boiler room, pantry and large terrace.
The first floor comprises a spacious open living area with fully equipped American kitchen, dining area, sitting area and balcony. Also on this floor are a double bedroom with, TV, en-suite bathroom and separate toilet. The fitness room with sauna, ski room, laundry room and boiler room are also located on this level.
The Second floor comprises four double bedrooms each with en-suite bathroom / WC, television and wardrobe (the two south facing bedrooms have a balcony.
The property is sold fully furnished and the sale also includes a large garage located in a neighbouring building.
Alpe d'Huez is one of the most important Alpine Ski resorts. First developed as a resort in the 1930's it is the central resort of the Grandes Rousses ski region, one of the best known ski resorts in France. The route to get here is also famous for being the challenging cycling climb made famous by the Tour De France.
The mountains around Alpe d'Huez are a very popular winter ski and winter sports resort. Part of the reason for the popularity of Alpe d'Huez is its south facing position, which makes it one of the most reliably sunny of the resorts in the Alps.
Most of the Alpe d'Huez resort is between 1500 metres and 3300 metres above sea level with most of the skiing above 1900 metres altitude. There are more than 250 kilometres of ski-runs reached by 80 ski lifts, and the 133 pistes include 43 green, 34 blue, 40 red and 16 black runs (including Sarenne, which at 11 kilometers is among the longest ski runs in the world). There is a very important development planned for the next few years when the resort is due to be linked with the neighbouring ski resort of Les Deux Alpes by 2021. This will make the area the second largest linked ski domaine in the world. Now is the time for any keen investor as this is sure to increase property values in the future.
The views from the highest point, the Pic Blanc, are stunning and it is also here that you can access the most challenging of the ski runs. The more easy runs are lower down the mountain.
The resort is also well known for the off-piste opportunities it provides through the dramatic mountain scenery although the slopes are also very popular with those learning to ski and the less experienced.
As with several of the most developed ski resorts here you will also find a snowpark, half-pipe and many other related snow activities including a luge and the chance for nighttime skiing. Hang-gliding, ice skating and driving on ice are also among the popular activities here.
The resort itself is extensive and offers a wide range of facilities including numerous aprés-ski bars and restaurants to keep you entertained. There is also the unique Palais des Sports where you will find lots of regular sports such as a gym, basketball, tennis, archery and a climbing wall.
- Property type
- Special class
- Ski front
- Total living area
- 240 m²
- All bathrooms
- Double glazing
- Broadband internet