Reception Room
4,725.36 sq ft(439 sq m)
Asking price €4,980,000(£4,392,798)

Le RaffortFrench Alpes, 73550

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Key features

  • Charming chalet
  • Spacious terrace
  • Stunning views
  • Authentic mountain style interior design
  • Central fireplace
  • 439 sq m
  • DPE: In progress
  • MER180026

Charming 6 bedroom chalet, ideally situated in the sought-after Le Raffort hamlet. For sale via Savills Méribel

About this property

  • This chalet is situated at the edge of the charming hamlet of Le Raffort, allowing you to ski home and take your skis off on the terrace! It's a charming chalet, clad in ‘vieux bois' and offers a haven of peace and tranquility. The chalet is large, 439 sq m, and beautifully decorated in a traditional mountain style. Ruisseau is a well-­equipped chalet, with 6 comfortable bedrooms, a central fireplace and a large terrace of 58 sq m, a Mazot (sauna), a jacuzzi and a Kota located in the backyard encourages you to relax and enjoy your time here. Sold with 2 covered car place & 2 outside car place and a guest apartment.

    Agency fees at the charge of the vendor. Fee table available online at savills.fr and on request.

    Please note, the map does not show the exact location of the property and all measurements are approximate, this data is provided for guidance purposes only.

Local information

  • Méribel lies in the Les Allues Valley at the centre of the world's largest ski area, les Trois Vallees, giving access to over 600km of piste and unlimited off-piste.
  • As well as the two main resorts, Méribel and Méribel-Mottaret, the valley also includes a number of traditional villages.
  • Together they form one of the most popular destinations for British skiers (the resort was, in fact, founded by a British Colonel, Peter Lindsay, in 1938).
  • The resort's perennial popularity is due not only to its extensive skiing, but also to the attractive chalet-style architecture. Unlike many purpose-built ski resort Méribel has retained its Alpine charm and consists entirely of chalet-style wood and stone buildings.