Meribel Savoie – This sizeable first floor apartment with large south-facing balcony will benefit from being in the premium spot within this fantastic development in the heart of Meribel Savoie. Set over 56 square metres that incorporate a large master bedroom, bathroom and spacious open-plan living/dining room and kitchen, the property has access to the swimming pool and spa, cocktail bar and restaurant plus a rental income dependent on your usage options.
Due for completion in 2019 (unless progress allows a slightly earlier delivery), this leaseback development is in the centre of Meribel and therefore at the heart of the World’s largest ski resort, The Three Valleys. With designs by renowned architect Christian Rey-Grange and complimented by interiors by Gilbert Kerdommarec, the development promises to be one of the Alps’ finest residences.
Those interested in purchasing a property within this development should consider it as a way of investing in a very well-priced and beautiful apartment, which at the end of the leaseback agreement will prove to be a very shrewd acquisition.
There are many incentives to this purchase, including (but not limited to) the following:
– VAT “reimbursed” at the point of purchase, ensuring you pay an excellent price for some of Meribel’s prime real estate: Sale prices, when calculated on a per square metre basis, are considerably lower than similar existing or planned projects in the vicinity
– Management by one of the leading companies in the field – Pierre & Vacances – who look after all aspects of sales and marketing, maintenance, changeover etc.
– A number of different owner usage options are available, depending on how much and when you would wish to use your property (and indeed other P&V premium properties across France)
*Floor plans and further information are available on request*
Meribel itself comprises a number of attractive interlinked villages with picturesque tree-lined pistes and a vibrant après-ski scene. It also links into the Three Valleys, with over 600km of pistes and an array of off-piste itineraries and a culture of haute cuisine that has seen the area blessed with over a dozen Michelin stars.