Ski resorts where property prices are at their highest

SKI RESORTS WHERE PROPERTY PRICES ARE AT THEIR HIGHEST

Some ski resorts have extremely high prices and are among the top 300 most expensive towns in France.

In the ranking of the most expensive towns in France, proposed by MeilleursAgents for BFM Immo, the towns located in the mountains are high up. Courchevel Chamonix, Mégève, Val-d’Isère… discover the ranking.
The most expensive commune in France is located opposite the big blue, but the most exclusive ski resorts are not far behind. The most expensive French towns to buy a property in the mountains according to the ranking established by MeilleursAgents for BFM Immo…

Val-d’Isère and Courchevel in the top 10

In the top 10 of the most expensive towns in France, Val-d’Isère is in fourth place. In this Savoyard ski resort, the average price of a flat reaches 12,703 euros per m2. More expensive than in Neuilly-sur-Seine, Saint-Mandé or Paris… In 9th place, still in the Alps, are Saint-Bon-Tarentaise or Courchevel with an average price of 10,016 euros/m².

In these two towns, many exceptional properties are looking for buyers, for example a traditional chalet of 246m² posted at 6.313 million euros is offered for sale by the Cimalpes agency, which specialises in Alpine real estate. For this price two and a half times above the average (25,664 euros/m²), the buyer will have four bedrooms with as many bathrooms, a hammam and a garage. All this at 40 meters from the slopes.

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Megève, Les Allues and Chamonix in the top 30

A little lower down the ranking are a number of mountain towns or villages that are very popular with winter sports enthusiasts. Thus, Megève (9,576 euros per m² on average) is ranked thirteenth among the most expensive towns in France, followed by Les Allues (18th at 9,027 euros per m²), Chamonix (28th at 8,064 euros per m²) and finally La Clusaz in Haute-Savoie with almost 8,000 euros per m².

Overall, house prices in the Alps and in the ski resorts popular with enthusiasts are higher than the national average in France, which stands at 4,182 euros/sqm for a flat and 2,152 euros/sqm for a house, according to SeLoger. With some exceptional properties reaching the highest levels. The Sotheby’s Realty network has thus made some of its best sales this year, notably this chalet located in Méribel which was sold by the network for 2.8 million euros. An address with a clear view of the mountain.

This chalet in Méribel was sold by Sotheby's Realty for €2.8 million.
This chalet in Méribel was sold by Sotheby’s Realty for €2.8 million.

In Meribel, this chalet was sold by Sotheby’s Realty for €2.8 million. Sotheby’s Realty
But it’s not just chalets that sell for high prices in the mountains. This new flat with a view of the slopes was sold in Meribel for €2.431 million.

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