Access to new slopes for skiers in La Rosi�re


A planned extension to the number of pistes around La Rosi�re in the Tarentaise Valley will lead to increased demand for property in the area, say developers

Plans just announced to extend the 160km of pistes in the popular French Alpine ski resort of La Rosi�re by 40km are expected to have a huge impact on the demand for property in the Haute-Tarentaise village.

The construction of two new ski lifts in the Les Eucherts area of the resort will give skiers access to the new slopes during the winter of 2016-17.

“The demand for property in La Rosi�re, and consequent pressure on prices, is expected to rise in the wake of this development so the message to those thinking about buying a property in the resort is to act now,” says Richard Deans of French developer MGM.

The company has just announced plans for a new development of 11 new apartments close to the site of the proposed new chair lifts and alongside MGM’s established r�sidence de tourisme, Les C�mes Blanches, which opened for business two years ago.

Owners of apartments in the new development – Le Chalet Anastasia – will have access to the four-star leisure facilities in the r�sidence, including an indoor pool, fitness suite, gym, sauna, Jacuzzi and steam rooms, as well as an O des C�mes spa centre with a variety of massages and treatments on offer.

A mix of 11 one-bedroom and two-bedroom south-facing apartments sporting traditional external finishes of timber, render and natural stone, are under construction at Le Chalet Anastasia. Due for completion at the end of next year, the fully furnished properties are available to buy now on a leaseback basis.

Prices range from €250,000 for a one-bedroom apartment with a floor area of 45m� to €338,000 for a 59m� two-bedroom property. These prices exclude French VAT of 19.6 per cent, waived under the leaseback scheme.

For more information, contact the company’s UK office at Kingsland House, 122 – 124 Regent Street, London W1B 5SA, telephone 0207 4940706, email [email protected] or visit the website


MGM is a founder member of Sustain Worldwide, a business alliance that drives profitable sustainability to the heart of global property development.

Roman route of La Rosi�re

La Rosi�re was built on the former Roman road through the Little Saint Bernard Pass linking France with Italy. Occupying a sunny south-facing mountain ’balcony’ at an altitude of 1,850 metres, the resort has access to pistes within the Espace San Bernardo ski area which embraces La Thuile in Italy.

La Rosi�re is a 40-minute drive from Bourg-St-Maurice, the destination for Eurostar trains direct from London’s St Pancras International station during the ski season. The nearest airport is at Chamb�ry, 90 minutes by road. Geneva Airport is two hours away.

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