- Ski-in ski-out apartments
- Central location
- Large, south-facing balconies
- Possible VAT reclaim
- Walking distance to everything!
Alpe d’Huez is going from strength to strength at the moment and French property investors are keen to benefit from the final planned liked to Les Deux Alps that is set to create one of the world’s largest ski region.
The new Le Quartz apartments is a small boutique development of just 15 luxury ski-in ski-out apartments that are available for sale on a ‘classic’ freehold basis.
However, if you do wish to rent out your apartment, you are able to claim back the 20% VAT that is included in the purchase price. Full rental management services are available.
You could wish for no better location in Alpe d’Huez. The apartments are situated right beside the piste and there are two ski lifts close by.
All of the apartments have good sized balconies and terraces and a south-facing orientation. The apartments range in size from 54-88m2 and will have either two or three bedrooms. Some also come with a separate ‘coin montagne’ or bunk room which accommodates and extra two beds if desired.
High quality tiles and wooden parquet flooring is included as standard and the bathrooms and kitchens come fully installed. The larger penthouse duplex apartments also come with a wood-burning stove in the living room.
There is a private storage areas for each apartment in the basement – ideal for keeping your bikes or skis year-round.
Finding new build ski-in ski-out property for sale is proving harder and harder in the French Alps as planning laws are tightened. This makes Le Quartz apartments such a great opportunity.
Alpe d’Huez itself is proving particular popular at the moment with both tourists and property hunters who attracted by the vast (and growing still!) ski region as well as the booming summer tourism market.
If you are interested in buying an apartment or chalet in this part of the French Alps then please do contact Alpine Property Finders for more information on the exciting new Le Quartz apartments in Alpe d’Huez.