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€1 800 000
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|Surface||302 M2*||Plot Size||336 M2|
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One of only two remaining luxury, new-build chalets in the bijoux ‘Chalets de La Fare’, development. Named after the nearby waterfall, visible from your south-facing terrace, these superb chalets represent a rare opportunity to purchase in an exceptional location in Vaujany. Walk to the lifts - linking you to Alpe d’Huez, to the ice-rink or swimming pool and all village amenities, then watch the incredible sunsets on the Massif des Grandes Rousses each evening. The finish and craftsmanship is exceptional and plenty of options are available for personalisation.
Ground Floor - Entrance, 60m² lounge/dining area, bedroom, bathroom and toilet, small cellar.
1st Floor - 5 ensuite bedrooms.
2nd Floor - Ensuite bedroom, Spa area 58m² (swimming pool, sauna and steam room).
Vaujany is an authentic French alpine village before it’s a resort. Yet still located within the ski domain of the sunniest resort of the French Alps. Benefiting from more than 300 days of glorious blue skies a year, you’ll find Vaujany perched on a beautifully scenic slope in a corner of the Alpe d’Huez ski map. From the nursery slopes of Montfrais and Alpette, where those in the know retreat to during busier half-term weeks, to the more challenging terrain of the Pic Blanc glacier, the skiing region with its 250km of slopes has something for everyone.
The summer offers a vast range of activities - free tennis courts, mountain biking (the state of the art Telepherique runs during the summer months), archery, horse riding, sailing, windsurfing and stand up paddle boarding on the nearby dam, wonderful mountain hikes. Needless to say, with iconic Cols such as The Glandon, Croix de la Fer, Lauteret, Galibier and Alpe d’Huez within a day’s ride, Vaujany when the snow melts is a cycling Mecca.
The village of Vaujany itself is a hidden gem among the larger purpose-built resorts of the French Alps. Being unofficially ‘the richest commune in France’, its 300 or so year round habitants are blessed with an Olympic sized ice rink and pool, a bowling alley, library and cinema, bars, a small supermarket and restaurants - all connected effortlessly by escalators that whizz you around the charming village. It is a place that offers close to year round rental potential.
921km (570 miles) from Calais to Vaujany - approximately 8 hours driving.
Nearest airports: Grenoble 97km (60 miles) and Lyon 144km (89 miles).
Nearest train station: Grenoble 56km (35 miles).
DPE : Energy test not required.