€450,000 Les Arcs
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Rare ski in ski out 2 bedroom freehold apartment in Les Arcs 1950 with high ceilings and fireplace, in Auberge de Jerome residence with covered parking, pool, gym and sauna facilities.
- In ski resort
- Ski or lift direct from the door or within a few paces and ski back at the end of the day.
- Spa / wellness area - full details in the property description.
- Mountain views.
- Garage or covered parking.
- Small lockable storage area where you can stash your skis and boards.
- Private swimming pool.
Immaculate apartment which has never been rented out since new, sites on the top floor of the Auberge de Jerome building in Les Arc 1950. Truly ski in ski out with the piste running past the building. Large high ceiling living and kitchen area, balcony, master bedroom with ensuite, second large bedroom with own bathroom, separate toilet, owners cupboard, cellar, ski locker and free underground parking.
The Building... The Auberge de Jerome was one of the later buildings built in Les Arcs 1950, and benefits from the more modern spacious apartments in the complex. The building has a large communal lounge with fireplace and concierge service. Access to the pool and spa facilities is within the building. As is access to the cellar and underground parking. The ski lockers and directly off of the piste that run through the village down to the new heated seat ski lift with direct access to the high altitude skiing of Les Arcs
The Apartment... Accessed via lift on a floor that serves only a handful of apartments. Entering the apartment you a have a corridor with storage cupboards (one of which can be locked for owner if renting), access to the living area, spare room, and second bathroom. The master bedroom with its en-suite bathroom is accessed the other side of the living area via a short corridor with separate toilet (1.5m²). Living Area (22m²): with high ceilings and French doors onto the balcony giving a great felling of space. The living area has 2 armchairs and a sofa-bed, fireplace, TV area, dining table and chairs / benches for 6+.
The balcony (6m²) has magnificent views of Arc 1950, Arc 2000 and the surrounding mountains. Kitchen (4.5m²): the wrap around kitchen and worktop makes great use of the space used. With built in hob, oven, dishwasher, extractor, fridge and storage cupboards. The wrap around worktop provides a good servicing space. Master Bedroom (10.5m²): has a large window and an additional velux filling the room with light. The room has built in wardrobes and space for an additional set of draws as well as the double bed and bedside tables. the adjoining ensuite bathroom (3.5m²) has a full size bath / shower. Bedroom (12m²): with 2 single / 1 double and bedside tables, built in wardrobes and set of draws could also fit a set of bunk beds to turn this into a family room. Bathroom (4.5m²): has a shower, sink and toilet. The sloping ceilings in the living area and bedrooms provide additional 7.5m2 of floorspace below 1.80m that are well utilised but not counted under French law
The Resort... Arc 1950 Le village is the newest of the 4 resorts in Les Arcs. It was purpose built to provide high quality apartments with inclusive services and door-step skiing. With its Disney-esque feel it is a perfect family destination and its eight 5* residences are well equipped with indoor/outdoor swimming pools and relaxation areas. The village is car free.
The Area… Paradiski is the 2nd largest linked skiable domain in the world with: - 425km of pistes over 14390 hectares - 232 pistes for all levels - 263 hectares of man-made snow, 818 snow machines - 2 equipped glaciers at more than 3000m high - 70% of the skiable domain over 2000m - 3 resorts: Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry and La Plagne Great summer activities such as golf, walking, cycling, mountain biking, rafting, and paragliding. Italy is less than an hour away via the col de Petit Saint Bernard open throughout the summer.
Getting here... Chambery is the nearest international airport and is only just over an hour away, Geneva, Lyon and Grenoble are all 2 hours away. The nearest train station is Bourg-Saint-Maurice with direct Eurostar connections during the ski season and connecting Funicular directly into the Les Arcs resort. It takes about 10 hours to drive from Calais and the other ferry ports in the north of France.
Paradiski Ski Area
Paradiski is the name of the joint La Plagne, Les Arcs, ski area linked together by the Vanoise Express cable car. Opened in December 2003,the Vanoise Express is currently the world’s largest single span cable car; in fact there are two of them both capable of ferrying 200 people across the Ponthurin valley that divides the two areas. The journey and the views make for a spectacular 4-minute ride.
In total Paradiski offers a HUGE 425 km of piste. Individually, La Plagne (225 km) and Les Arcs (200km) are significant ski areas in their own right and are both made up of different villages. In La Plagne the high altitude villages are Aime 2000,Plagne Centre, Belle Plagne, Plagne Bellecote, Plagne Soleil, Plagne Villages and Plagne 1800. These are all situated between 1800m and 2100m and offer snowsure high altitude ski in ski out convenience.
Lower down the delightful villages of Montchavin, Les Coches, Montalbert and Champagny en Vanoise all offer the charm and cosy comfort of village life, with their own tree lined local slopes and easy access to the high altitude slopes of La Plagne.
In Les Arcs the high altitude villages are Arcs 1600, Arcs 1800, Arcs 2000 and, the latest development, Arcs 1950. Again these all offer a ski in ski out experience. Great cruising runs through the trees lead to the lower villages of Plan Peisey, Vallandry and Villaroger for a more traditional mountain experience.
Both La Plagne and Les Arcs offer something for everyone. Early intermediate blue and red run skiers can soon explore the area and travel around the mountain enjoying some of the good value mountain restaurants.
However with two glaciers at over 3,000m, a wealth of “between the piste” and off piste and long runs through the trees, there really is something for all levels of skier---and let’s not forget you boarders out there—both resorts offer a choice of snowparks with jumps, rails and the ,all important, music. La Plagne, Les Arcs, Paradiski—one of the world’s great ski areas.
Les Arcs Ski Resort
Les Arcs has always been popular with the French and increasingly British clients are enjoying its wide variety of pistes (some 200km.), easily accessed off-piste, mainly traffic free villages and, of course, the amazing Vanoise express cable car link to La Plagne; together the two resorts are known as PARADISKI and offer some 425km of piste.
Les Arcs is made up of four modern resort villages at high altitude with more traditional villages lower down Arc 1600 was the original Arc and is linked to the valley town of Bourg St. Maurice by funicular railway. It is a small-scale village with a friendly, very French, atmosphere.
The largest and liveliest village is Arc 1800 itself now subdivided into three sections, Charvet, Villards and Charmettoger. Arc 1800 offers fast access to the high altitude slopes including the Transarc gondola up to the Col du Chal from where you can ski down to Arc2000 and Arc 1950.
Arc 2000 is a modern development that ,as the name suggests, is ideally located for some of Les Arcs’ highest and toughest skiing.
Arc 1950 is the latest village to be developed. Canadian developers Intrawest have built this in a traditional style offering accommodation standards that are much higher than is usual in French resorts. It has proved a popular development and offers a good choice of accommodation, restaurants and bars and easy access to the slopes.
Lower down the mountain there are more traditional villages, which provide a good base for mixed ability groups and families. Plan Peisey and Vallandry are right next-door to each other at an altitude of 1600m. They now find themselves at the heart of Paradiski as the Vanoise Express link to La Plagne operates out of Plan-Peisey. Upgrades to the lifts and installation of several new chairlifts have improved access to the higher altitude slopes.
Villaroger (1200m) on the other side of the mountain is a quiet, rustic village with chairlift links up to Arc 2000.
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