Please choose from one of these amazing mountain destinations to begin your journey to find you dream ski nest and summer rest:
Les Gets is a particularly good choice for families because of its compact village centre and the easy access to the slopes. Property prices in Les Gets tend to be high, but there is a good rental potential for property here, which can be offset against the initial purchase price. Most of the properties available are chalet style apartments and houses and demand for these can be high.See All Properties in Les Gets
Morzine is a delightful town in the heart of the Portes du Soleil ski domain. It links the popular family resort of Les Gets with the higher altitude area of Avoriaz. It is a bustling town with many hotels, bars, cafes and restaurants. It is also a busy outdoor centre with a large ski school, paragliding centre and also an ice rink (with its own ice hockey team). In summer the lifts provide access to the mountain for walking, hiking and biking. With so much on your doorstep, property prices here are some of the most expensive in the area. There are some beautiful chalets however and many well priced apartments.See All Properties in Morzine
Montriond has gradually become an extension of Morzine and hence property prices are closer to those of Morzine. The village benefits from the free ski bus that passes between the centre of Morzine and the ski lifts at Ardent, which link directly to Lindaret and the pistes of Avoriaz. Rental potential for property is excellent so Montriond is a sound investment. In summer the lake at Montriond with its restaurants and delightful walk around the lake is a great attraction.See All Properties in Montriond
Perched high above Morzine, La Cote d’Abroz is in a unique position. In the winter, property in the village centre is a short 10 minute drive to the back of the Mont Chery whose pistes’ run down into the centre of Les Gets. Large detached chalets and farms with good sized plots of land are much sought after as the views are spectacular.See All Properties in La Cote d’Abroz
Essert Romand is just minutes from the outskirts of Morzine and benefits from the Balad’Aulp bus to the lifts in Morzine or Les Gets. Property here ranges from large new detached chalets to renovated old farms; it’s rare to find farms still to renovate. Prices tend to be higher than the villages further down the valley and are closer to the prices in Morzine but with its local restaurant and bus connections, buying property in the village is a sound financial investment and offers good rental potential.See All Properties in Essert Romand
On the south side on the valley with incredible views, Essert la Pierre is a tiny hamlet that sits on a plateau perched amongst meadows and forest. It is made up of mainly renovated old farmhouses so benefits from an authentic Savoyard feel.See All Properties in Essert la Pierre
Saint Jean d’Aulps, with the ski resort of La Grande Terche and its 30 kms of pistes, is ideal for families. There is the full spectrum of property available from apartments on the pistes to detached chalets and renovated farmhouses, all at much lower prices than Morzine yet within a 10 minute drive from Morzine centre; hence their appeal. Saint Jean d’Aulps itself is a thriving all year round village with amenities including restaurants, a pizza bar, post office, bakers, butcher, supermarket, ski shop, launderette and tourist office. La Grande Terche is a busy ski resort in the winter with all the facilities needed for a week’s ski holiday. There is a free ski bus that runs between La Grande Terche and the centre of Saint Jean d’Aulps and the Balad’Aulp bus that takes you to the pistes in Morzine or onto Les Gets.See All Properties in Saint Jean d’Aulps
A hidden gem of the valley, Seytroux is a charming typical village with a very open feel and incredible views. There is a restaurant bar / grocery store open all year round and a restaurant with lake and mini-golf open in the summer. The properties – spacious chalets and farms - are all spread out over the lower plateau or the South facing mountain side. If you buy property in Seytroux, you will need a car to get to the slopes as there is no ski bus but at only 5 minute drive to La Grande Terche this is well worth the effort for the extra space.See All Properties in Seytroux
Le Biot is consistently popular for property buyers due to its facilities, and incredible south facing views. The village has a very ‘French’ feel, with a little open air café where you can enjoy a coffee and watch the world go by. It also benefits from a bakery, post office and the Balad’Aulp bus passes to the pistes in Morzine or Les Gets.See All Properties in Le Biot
Slightly further down the valley but still only 10 minutes drive to the nearest slopes and 20 minutes to Morzine. La Baume is a quiet hamlet where the pace of life really slows, the nearest shops are in Le Biot or Saint Jean d’Aulps. If you are looking to mix with the locals and experience the authenticity of Savoyard life then La Baume is the place to buy property. The village is mainly made up of old farmhouses or newer chalets and prices tend to be cheaper than the other villages where bargains can be found.See All Properties in La Baume
Mid-way between Lake Geneva and the mountains, La Vernaz is popular with those looking for a two season base. Substantial detached properties can be found for the price of an apartment in Morzine. Most purchasers are buying purely for friends and family use and if you don’t mind the drive it’s definitely a village not to be missed.See All Properties in La Vernaz
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For sale : Beautiful chalet of 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms near the center of the village of le Biot.
The property consists :
On the ground floor: 1 garage, laundry area, sauna, one bedroom ensuite.
On the first floor: Entrance, a beautiful...