L’Alpe d’Huez- Les Bergers
- Large ski area with 250km of pistes
- Residence situated less than 100m from the ski-lifts and shopping centre.
- Outdoor heated pool, sauna and restaurant serving local specialties.
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Les Bergers is ideally situated less than 100m away from the ski-lifts and in the centre of the resort.
The apartments benefit from a balcony with a view over the resort and the ski area, or facing the valley and the Écrins Massif.
The comfortable residence offers several relaxation spaces, with a heated outdoor pool and terrace, relaxation room and sauna, and a reception area with pool tables, a fireplace and a bar.
(2)Annual profitability pre-indexed according to the purchasing formula, net of running charges and maintenance costs, calculated on the global purchase price.
What purchase packages exist for this property?
The Furnished Buy-to-let scheme is the best way of earning supplementary income while significantly reducing tax on rental income over the long term.
The failure to respect the lease commitments will result in a loss of tax benefits
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This property can be acquired via an acquisition package with or without stays.
As an owner you receive a whole host of benefits:
- A personalised website section to manage holiday bookings, included in your lease, in your property or another of the Group's residences.
- You also enjoy exclusive reductions on holidays in residences belonging to the Group.
Internationally renowned for its landscapes and its economic influence, the Rhône-Alpes region develops its lifestyle between the borders of Italy and Switzerland. The region also attracts numerous visitors each year thanks to its ski areas, its natural parks, such as Le Parc Naturel du Vercors, the thermal spa resorts of Evian or Aix-les-Bains and, of course, Mont Blanc.
Lake Geneva, the Dents du Midi and, of course, Mont Blanc: there is so much remarkable scenery that makes the Rhône-Alpes region stand out. The resort of Alpe d’Huez offers a multitude of sports and open-air activities: from biking in the snow, to sleigh-riding and ice diving. You can equally take advantage of the numerous well-being spaces (such as saunas, steam-rooms and jacuzzis) that are available in the resort.
The Rhône-Alpes region is known for its traditional recipes and flavours. Olives from Nyons, walnuts from Grenoble, poultry from Bresse, cheese from Savoie… the Rhône-Alpes are surrounded by first-class produce. 80% of the area is protected by French law (AOC), including 41 wine producers, which means that the Rhône-Alpes region enjoys world-renowned local products.
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