Superb ski in/out location in sunny resort.
- Small selection of studio apartments available from 62,280 euros NET.
- Comfortable residence at the foot of the slopes.
- Part of the Grand Domaine de Ski area with 250km of slopes
- Sunny dynamic resort also popular in summer.
- Fully furnished and equipped properties, most with balcony.
- Leaseback re-sales with rental income between 4.80% to 5.49% per year.
- Great investment opportunity, fully managed.
- Earn income from day one of ownership.
The Alpe d’Huez ski resort area is part of the Grand Domaine Ski with 250km of slopes, which encompasses the slopes of the nearby villages of Auris, Villard Reculas, Oz and Vaujany. One of the sunniest resort with more than 300 days of sunshine a year, it has been nicknamed “the island in the sun”. Alpes d’Huez has great slopes for all standards, with terrain well suited to beginners and a good choice of nursery slopes to the more expert skiers while catering for the intermediate level just as well. The resort is sitting at 1,860m altitude on a sunny plateau, with slopes going down to 1,100m and up to a 3,300m, ensuring snow cover for a long skiing season.
There is a wealth of other activities on offer in Alpe d’Huez, including ice driving, climbing, (there’s an indoor climbing wall), swimming (heated outdoor and indoor swimming pools), skating (open-air ice-rink), dog sledding, aerial activities such as paragliding, heli and plane flights, and snowshoeing. The sport centre offers more than 30 activities. Alpe d’Huez is also popular with the cycle crowd in the summer and is regularly used in the Tour de France cycle racepart of this large ski area.
The residence sits in the ski-in/ski-out Bergers district, a chalet suburb in the eastern corner of the resort close to the nursery slopes. The residence itself has the appearance of a large chalet that integrates perfectly with its environment. It has one of the best locations of the resort, at the foot of the slopes, 100 m from the ski lifts and all amenities.The apartments range from studios to 1 bedroom apartment, they are fully furnished and equipped, with most of them benefiting from a balcony. There are two lifts operating in the residence.
The Leaseback structure is a very popular way of buying property in France. Purchasers may benefit from a government-backed VAT refund incentive where the property is leased back to a management company who will look after the rental & management of the property. The purchaser may benefit from a fixed income and hands-off investment that can be used also for personal holidays or simply as a pure investment.