9 of the best ski properties in the French Alps

9 of the best ski properties in the French Alps

Looking for a ski property in the French Alps? Francepropertyshop.com has a property for every budget, from studio apartments to luxurious chalets, in some of France’s best-known ski resorts


How much: €58,000-€125,000

Where: La Plagne Bellecote, Paradiski

What: 143 resale apartments ranging from studio to one-bedroom in a ski in/ski out location. Within easy reach of the whole of the Paradiski ski area, from Les Arcs to Montalbert, La Plagne Bellecote is 1,930 metres high and home to shops, heated swimming pool, spa, cinema and underground parking, as well as plenty of après-ski.

Agent: Pastures Greener

How much: €169,000

Where: Chamonix, Chamonix Valley

What: A one-bedroom, fully furnished apartment situated in the heart of Chamonix, near to shops, ski school and ski lift, all in the shadow of Mont Blanc. Chamonix is around an hour’s drive from Geneva and has a multitude of slopes for all levels in several different ski areas, all of which are connected by buses.

Agent: Maison Individuelle

How much: €193,000

Where: St Martin de Belleville, Trois Vallées

What: A fully-furnished, one-bedroom apartment sleeping four, which comes with its own ski locker and cellar. St Martin has an altitude of 1,450 metres and is an authentic Savoyard village, dominated by its church tower. It is situated in Les Trois Vallées, the largest linked ski areas in Europe.

Agent: Leggett Immobilier


How much: €765,000

Where: Les Gets, Portes du Soleil

What: A chance to buy a three-bed chalet off plan, part of a brand new development in the centre of the resort. The development comprises four stone-clad chalets with private covered parking. The shops, restaurants and ski lifts are just a short walk away. Portes du Soleil is one of the largest ski areas in the world, with 12 linked resorts each side of the French-Swiss border just an hour from Geneva.

Agent: Wendys Houses

How much: €850,000

Where: Morzine, Portes du Soleil

What: This five-bedroom chalet with commanding views is situated in the Pied de la Plagne area of Morzine. Other features include balconies, terraces and even a cellar.

Morzine, and the rest of the 650km of terrain that makes up the Portes du Soleil area, is great for the all-round skier and as it’s not far from Geneva you can catch an early flight and be on the piste well before lunch. Perfect for that impromptu weekend away.

Agent: Wendys Houses

How much: €838,000

Where: Plagne 1800, Paradiski

What: Situated in one of La Plagne’s prettier villages, this chalet has seven bedrooms, a sauna and parking for three cars. Plagne 1800 is home to a few bars, restaurants and shops and more can be found at Plagne Centre and Belle Plagne, linked by a free bus. There is access to the slopes and the wider Paradiski area via two chairlifts.

Agent: Leggett Immobilier


How much: €2,390,000

Where: Chamonix, Haute-Savoie

What: Enjoying a stunning view of Mont Blanc, this four-bedroom chalet has a jacuzzi, large terrace, ski storage room, two garages and two covered parking spaces and is situated near the centre of town. Known for its steep runs and thrilling off-piste including the famous Vallee Blanche, Chamonix is a mecca for advanced skiers and snowboarders but can equally accommodate the novice and intermediate winter sports enthusiast.


Where: Morzine, Portes du Soleil

How much: €2,890,000

What: A luxurious five-bedroom chalet with stunning bay windows and a swimming pool situated in the heart of the Portes du Soleil, a ski area made up of 12 resorts which include both French and Swiss villages. The village of Morzine has an altitude of 1,000 metres, rising to 2,020 at its highest station, and it is closely linked with its neighbours Avoriaz and Les Gets.


How much: €16,980,000

Where: Courchevel 1850, Trois Vallées

What: If money is no object or you fancy a quick game of ‘what if I won the lottery’, how about this luxurious five-bedroom chalet with its own swimming pool, gym, jacuzzi, steam room and cinema? Nestled among pine trees, it is close to the centre and ski slopes of Courchevel 1850, the highest resort in the Courchevel Valley.


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