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Val D'Isere
Cygnaski Apartments, Val D'Isere, French Alps, 73150
From : €500,000
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Features :
  • Ski-in properties just 350m from village centre and lifts
  • Only 15 apartments available, 1 to 5 bedrooms
  • Dual exposition properties offering double the views
  • Rare newly refurbished real estate means lower buying costs
  • High specification interiors, all fully fitted
  • Classic freehold ownership structure
  • Designed and being built by experienced developers
  • Delivery Q1 2016
Details :

Fantastic apartments overlooking the Solaise in the French Alps

1 to 5 bedroom apartments in a very popular ski resort

Brand new apartments like this in Val d’Isere very rarely become available on the open market. This special collection of 1 to 5 bedroom apartments offers skiers and investors a unique chance to invest in some fantastic new real estate in what is perhaps the most popular resort in the French Alps.

Many of these Cygnaski Apartments, boast dual expositions offering fantastic views over the Solaise and La Dailee Valley. Their location, just 350m from the main village and ski lifts means that they are highly accessible for those who want to enjoy everything the resort has to offer.

In terms of design, outside the apartments offer a traditional finish whereby the original features of the existing building have been taken on to the next level by a team of superb architects, who have incorporated complementary elements of traditional wood and stone.

Inside, the Cygnaski Apartments offer everything you would expect to have in a beautiful alpine home. Vaulted ceilings and warm traditional woods are being used to create a home-from-home feeling and all units come complete with the latest appliances and fittings.

Val d’Isere is very frequently given the title of ‘the most popular resort in the alps’. This is compelling especially considering the slightly longer than average transfer time from Geneva and Lyon. Of course, being a little further away means that there are less day trippers which can result in quieter peak-season slopes. Part of the Espace Killy skiing domain, Val d’Isere exploits over 300km of varying skiing terrain including lots of breathtaking off-piste. The resort’s summer offering also continues to improve with the French national rugby union team visiting every year for summer training. At night, the village takes on a different and truly alpine atmosphere. Local eateries and bars offer everyday-style food and drink, with countless other options and menus also available. The resorts après ski scene is also second to none.

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