about the property
- Priced from 3.25 million euros
- Two large chalets, 250 sqm
- 5 bedrooms, Garage included
- Jacuzzi bath on the balcony
- High end finishes, quality materials
- Reduced fees
- Delivered end of 2017
- One hour drive from Geneva
We are delighted to offer these two large chalets which are for sale in La Clusaz, that have recently come on to the market.
What is the area like?
La Clusaz is one of the most famous areas in the French Alps. It also has a reputation as being one of the loveliest villages in France, with a 200-year-old church in the town centre, surrounded by luxury boutiques and restaurants.
In addition to the slopes, the après-ski adds to the appeal of the region, with La Clusaz organising some of the most imaginative events in the Alps region.
Where are the Chalets?
Occupying a dominant position overlooking the valley these properties enjoy a private location amongst a handful of Savoyard properties. The two main front des Neiges of La Clusaz are just a few minutes walk away.
What are the Chalets like?
Each property is very spacious, with current plans accommodating five en-suite bedrooms across four floors. In total each property will have 250 square metres of interior living space with three additional outside spaces in the form of one large terrace and balconies for two of the bedrooms.
The large terrace will have enough space for outside dining for up to twelve people and there is also an outdoor Jacuzzi bath, from which the panoramic views can be enjoyed. This terrace is accessed via the expansive main floor of the property. Home to the large dining room, fitted kitchen and spacious lounge areas.
The mezzanine floor at the top of the property is ideal for a cinema room, whilst the ground floor will be home to the indoor swimming pool and a sauna.
The chalets are being built by a highly experienced developer, famous for completing some of the most impressive chalets across the French Alps, so you can enjoy complete peace of mind.
Five bedroom chalets, 250 square metres, priced from 3.25 million euros.