A brand new collection of apartments are now for sale in the ski resort of l’Alpe d’Huez. The 55 new build properties are ideally located, 100 metres away from the Avenue des Jeux where restaurants, shops and bars are, while benefitting from unbeatable ski-in ski-out access.

Following the town hall’s decision to regenerate the ski resort, the new buildings will respect the Savoyard tradition using slate, woods and stones from the region giving the properties a real alpine feeling. Wherever in the development, the properties will fully enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding mountain tops. Facing South, East and West, the properties are bathed in light especially as Alpe d’Huez is well known for its 300 days of sun as well as its guaranteed snow due to its high altitude (1850m to 3350).

From two to four bedroom apartments (some have additional bunk beds), the properties range from 48  to 110sqm and all include a 2 meter-deep terrace ranging from 6sqm to 20sqm. The interior design is sleek and simple, mixing wood and paint, creating an alpine atmosphere to the place. The kitchen and bathrooms come fully equipped and some of the apartments on the top floors will have the option to add a fireplace and enjoy double height ceilings.

Built next to the extension of the 4* Hotel Les Grandes Rousses, today owned and managed by the great granddaughter of one of the founders of l’Alpe d’Huez, the future owners in Le Hameau de Clotaire will benefit from the services of the hotel if they wish to rent out their properties, and therefore recuperate the 20% of the VAT. As well as having a hassle free management system, the future owners will enjoy direct access to the spa area with its hammam, sauna and swimming pool overlooking the surrounding mountain tops.

The properties for sale in le Hameau de Clotaire represent a unique opportunity for those who want to invest in and up coming resort. A reputable stop of the Tour de France, l’Alpe d’Huez has recently agreed on a Euro 350 million investment to link the resort with Les Deux Alpes, thereby creating the third largest ski domain with 450 km of pistes by 2020. Le Hameau de Clotaire is hence a safe investment with a great capital gain potential in the coming years.


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