A luxurious 3 bedroom apartment in central Courchevel 1650 with ski-in ski-out access and wonderful mountain views.Scroll down for more details
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A luxurious 3 bedroom apartment in central Courchevel 1650 with ski-in ski-out access and wonderful mountain views. The apartment is the top floor on the corner affording Courchevel’s sunniest conditions with views across the valleys and over to the white peaked mountains. The ski-in ski-out access takes you straight to the Belvedere slope running you down to the resort’s main ski lifts.
The residence was recently completely renovated and this is the final apartment for sale in what has been a very popular development project. The building was originally built in 1970s before being recently renovated.
The apartment boasts spacious en-suite bedrooms, a vast living room and fully equipped open plan kitchen area. There is also a balcony off the living area which has a central fireplace creating a lovely calm atmosphere to relax in the evenings after a day on the pistes. This particular unit has south facing floor to ceiling cathedral windows providing a constant flood of light into the apartments central spaces and bedrooms for the majority of the day. The apartment is delicately decorated and combines high quality traditional alpine wooden floors and walls with quirky contemporary fittings.
Restaurants and boutiques are also available on site.
Chambery is the closest airport to Courchevel (1h 30 mins) and has a good choice of airlines operating in winter only. Geneva airport is 2hr 15 mins and Lyons is 2hr 45 mins.Read full details
Courchevel is in France’s mighty Three Valleys. Claiming to be the largest ski area in the world, these snow-sure valleys are headlined by the world-class resorts of Meribel, Val Thorens and Courchevel. In total they provide 370 miles of superb skiing across perfectly prepared pistes, electrifying couloirs and off-piste slopes. A wonderfully efficient and continually updated lift system means hardcore skiers can easily cover the miles from Courchevel in the west to Les Menuires in the east in one day while flattering blue and red slopes and exhilarating Snow Parks offer winning multi-generational holidays across all standards.
Courchevel has more five-star hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants than anywhere else in the Alps. Particular highlights include the sun drenched terrace and extensive wine list of Le Cap Horn and award-winning Angela Hartnett’s first restaurant outside of the UK at Portetta Hotel in Courchevel 1650. These standout facilities along with the scattered stardust from royal families and international celebrities who choose to holiday there are the main reasons why Courchevel can claim the top property prices in the Three Valleys.
The resort has four distinct villages: the main village at Courchevel 1850, Courchevel Moriond (1650), Courchevel Village (1550) and Courchevel Le Praz (1350). Demand for property and hotels peak in Courchevel 1850 where apart from the substantial chalets that line the Bellecôte piste there has been very little new-build for over a decade. Attractive options in Courchevel’s lower resorts have been helped by the opening in 2015 of Aquamotion, a contemporary and hugely impressive €45 million indoor pool, spa and sports complex with its own on-trend Nikki Beach restaurant in in Courchevel Moriond.
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