About this property
This superb second floor apartment of 143 sq m and separate studio of 21 sq m (ground level) is located in a small chalet style development, built in 2004, in the quiet enclave of Le Châtelard.
The main accommodation is accessed via a tiled and wood clad entrance hall with lift and stairs to all levels.
There is a large reception room with good ceiling height, an open fire place with stone surround, built-in dining area and fully equipped kitchen, with Gaggenau and Miele appliances. Two sets of French windows lead onto a covered and paved terrace which has lovely uninterrupted south facing views up the Manchet valley.
Corridor with separate cloakroom, leads to three double bedrooms. The master bedroom suite includes a dressing area, separate WC, en ensuite bath and shower room with twin wash basins and marble surround. West facing balcony with views towards Bellevarde.
Second bedroom with ensuite bathroom north facing balcony and fitted wardrobe.
Third bedroom with fitted wardrobe and east facing balcony. Separate hamman and washbasin.
In addition to the principal apartment, the property uniquely benefits from a studio apartment at ground floor level, which would be perfect for guest overflow or staff accommodation. Entrance hall with kitchenette and WC, built-in wardrobes, double bedroom with en suite shower room. French windows with security shutters.
Both apartments have high quality, traditional interiors with reclaimed oak flooring and wood panelling throughout. There is a large ski locker, with wall-mounted heaters for several pairs of boots. At basement level, there is a large storage room/cave with sink, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Exterior parking is exclusively available for residents of the building.
Châtelard is a quiet hamlet, perched above Val d’Isère, at the mouth of the Manchet Valley and within easy walking distance of the ski de fond pistes. Le Piaf, the new restaurant from the luxury group Les Airelles is also nearby. Access to the centre of Val d’Isère is a short walk, via the Train Jaune or by ski on the Santons.
- Located at 1,850m of altitude, Val d’Isère has an excellent snow record and is served by one of the most modern lift networks in Europe. The resort is renowned for its luxury accommodation, gourmet restaurants and vibrant nightlife.
- Born in 1934, Val d’Isère has since grown beyond all recognition and is now one of the world’s most prestigious and sought-after ski resorts. Val d’Isère links with the neighbouring resort of Tignes and offers easy access to more than 300km of beautifully groomed pistes, plus a wealth of challenging off-piste runs and itineraries. Val d’Isère offers something for all levels of snow enthusiasts and boasts an enviable infrastructure that is constantly being improved and upgraded.
- Also well-known also for its après-ski, the resort has an ever improving range of après-ski bars and restaurants offering gastronomic delights and regional Savoyard dishes. Val d’Isère comes alive at night as its many dazzling bars and night clubs which provide party goers with a festive atmosphere into the early hours.