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Chamonix

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Located in Les Houches, a delightful village in the Chamonix Valley, these brand-new chalets pair wonderful mountain views with competitive prices.

Created by a local developer with 15 years of experience, these three chalets are located in a peaceful, residential area. A supermarket, a bakery, a restaurant and a ski shop can be found eight minutes’ walk away and the Bellevue ski lift is five minutes away in the car.

From this great location, it is a seven-minute drive to the centre of Chamonix where you will find further shops, restaurants, services and amenities - everything you could need for an extended stay in the Alps.

The chalets

Spread across three or four levels, these brand-new chalets comprise three bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, open-plan living and dining areas and equipped kitchens. Some properties also come with a mezzanine floor which may be used as an additional bunk bedroom for accommodating children or perhaps a more intimate living area.

Complementing the local architecture, the chalets will be constructed in a traditional style with wooden balconies, wood cladding on the facades and gabled roofs. Inside, the properties will have parquet flooring, wooden ceilings and fireplaces in the living rooms to create a warm, Alpine atmosphere. The properties are customisable and feature large windows and glass doors so owners can fully enjoy the wonderful mountain views. All the chalets come with garage parking for one car.

Investment potential

Though only a short drive from Chamonix where property prices can reach as high as €20,000 per sqm, Les Houches offers more affordable prices than the town centre which makes these chalets an attractive alternative for those looking to get a larger property for their budget.

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Chamonix’s endless lift system extends up to 3,842metres (that’s 2,807 metres above the resort) with highlights including the 20km glacier run of Vallée Blanché. It’s little wonder that locals refer to Chamonix as ‘Le Grand Ski’. With the terrain divided between a number of smaller resorts, including Les Houchés and Argentier, no two days in Chamonix are the same.

Increasingly, Chamonix has also evolved into a mecca for extreme adventure sports, with expert providers offering everything from mountain climbing to paragliding, dog sledging, canyoning and speed-riding – the latest craze combining paragliding with skiing for die-hard daredevils.

Today, the resort combines fantastic restaurants with boutique hotels and a buzzing bar scene. It’s a treat to stroll through its pedestrianised town centre and stop for coffee and a pain-au-chocolat at one of the café’s bordering the tree-lined banks of the river, or visit its open-air market on Saturday mornings. The village is home to a fantastic selection of bars and restaurants, including Albert 1er which has been awarded a Michelin Star.

Its proximity to Geneva and its year-round active lifestyle has attracted a vibrant mix of locals and internationals to settle and set up shop, creating a uniquely cosmopolitan, colourful and dynamic entrepreneurial scene amongst the 10,000-something residents.

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