This especially large and spacious apartment offers 148.20m2 of living space over 2 levels, with 4/5 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, a kitchen diner, a large living room with a fireplace and a covered balcony leading off it with sliding glass doors creating an ideal conservatory style space to look out over the mountains and ski slopes of St Jean d'Aulps. There is plenty of storage space internally, plus a garage.
The location of this apartment could not be more ideal in the heart of the village with several bakeries, restaurants, bars and shops open all year round, and the ski bus stop to Morzine nearby. This has been a much loved main home to its current owners, and would make an ideal primary or secondary residence with rental potential as well. Lots in copropriete: 66 Annual mgt charges: EUROS 3546.36
Entry into a spacious hallway with a built in cupboard for coats/ shoes etc. Further builtin shelving and display unit in the centre of the hallway. Tiled floor. Stairs down to the lower level for the living room/ kitchen dining area/ covered balcony.
Dining room/ Bedroom 4
To the first right off the hallway, is a spacious room currently being used as a formal dining room with french doors out to a juliette balcony. This could easily be used as a fourth bedroom instead if needed.
Double bedroom with window.
Double bedroom with doors out to a juliette balcony.
Double bedroom with doors out to a juliette balcony.
Study/ bedroom 5
Currently being used as a study with built in storage and french doors out to a juliette balcony with mountain views, this could equally serve as a single bedroom if desired.
Off the hallway is a bathroom with bath and double sink unit.
Bathroom with shower enclosure, sink, plumbing for washing machine and housing the hot water tank.
Stairs lead from the entrance hallway down a level into a bright and spacious living room with a beautiful corner fireplace. A set of french doors lead out at the end to a conservatory style covered balcony with sliding glass doors to open up the space or keep them closed if it is cold making this a perfect little spot to enjoy regardless of the weather. With beautiful views of the mountains and ski slopes.
Leading off the living room is a large kitchen diner with plenty of integrated units and worksurface to prepare and cook in. There is room for a kitchen table. Windows to the rear and a velux skylight.
Just outside the front door to the apartment is a large built in cupboard, with a safe which will remain (from the days when it belonged to the notarial office). This provides plenty of extra storage space for coats/ boots/ skis etc.
Garage and cave
There is a single garage with a cave space to the rear of it for extra storage e.g. bikes etc.
For the above properties, the committees of coowners are not involved in legal action in relation to Article 291A and 291 of Law No. 65557 of 10 July 1965 and Article L6156 of the Building Code.
Agency fees included, payable by the vendor.
The department of Haute Savoie is in the South East of France, at the crossroads of France, Italy and Switzerland. It is one of the eight departments of the Rhone Alpes region. The departments 708,000 inhabitants are known as the Hauts-Savoyards, living in around 300 towns and villages. The capital of the department is Annecy, other important towns are Bonneville, Saint-Julien-en-Genevois and Thonon-les-Bains.
More than anything else Haute Savoie is renowned for its ski resorts, the Mont-Blanc, its two beautiful lakes; Lake Geneva, the biggest in Europe, and the Annecy Lake, the cleanest in Europe, that is the sources of the mineral water Evian.
Thanks to the assets of the area, Haute Savoie, unlike other mountainous departments, attracts as much tourists is summer as in winter.
Haute Savoie is a very dynamic department where the unemployment rate is lower than the French average. Economic activities are mainly based on tourism, other activities, such as agriculture, construction, businesses, craft industries, etc. also rely on tourism. This is why the department makes a lot of efforts in order to attract visitors all year long.
Being a mountainous region, Haute Savoie welcomes French and foreigner customers all year round, seduced by the beauty of the scenery, the quality of accommodation, and all the sport activities it has on offer. The department boasts well over 50 ski resorts, 50 beaches, 3 spa baths, 12 superb golf courses, and 22 marinas.
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