It’s a great time to invest in Alpe d’Huez property as there are plans in motion to connect Alpe d’Huez with Le Deux Alpes via an 18-minute ski lift by 2023. This huge infrastructure investment will mean that Alpe d’Huez will be part of the third-largest ski domain in the French Alps. Not only is this great news for skiers as they will soon have 450km of slopes on the doorstep but it also means that property here is set for capital appreciation over the coming years.
These properties are sold with a very flexible hassle-free rental agreement that allows you to stay at the property whenever you like and make it available for rentals when you are not visiting. Thanks to the year-round appeal of Alpe d’Huez, you can generate good yields throughout the summer months too and the demand for this sought-after resort is set to rise even further once the new ski lift is complete. As new-build properties, these apartments come with a lower notary fee of 2-2.5% and it is possible to reclaim the 20% VAT from the property purchase price.
Located in the Grand Domaine and perched at 1,860m, Alpe d’Huez boasts access to 250km of pistes including the longest black run in Europe, La Sarenne, and enjoys an impressive 300 days of sunshine a year.
A true dual-season resort and well-deserving of its Famille Plus label, Alpe d’Huez has a lively summer season with plenty of fun activities such as hiking, horse riding, golf and a triathlon (complete with a childrens’ competition). A great destination for cycling, keen road cyclists up for a challenge can take on the iconic climb with 21 hairpin bends which often appears in the Tour de France.
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