About Courchevel, France
Glamourous 1850 might be the best known of the four resorts within Courchevel, but the remaining three each bring something unique to the whole.
600 km of ski area
3230 m Peak Altitude
2:00 hrs from Airport
1300 m resort altitude
“With four villages each offering its own unique atmosphere, Courchevel has something for everyone, from low-key Alpine class to the glamour of famous 1850. More than any other resort in the Three Valleys, Courchevel exemplifies the brilliant variety of the area.” - Harry Granger
Of the four main Courchevel bases, 1850 is the best known and most popular amongst tourists. With glamorous shops, fine dining in five michelin star restaurants, and some of the most sumptuous hotels in the Alps, there is nowhere quite like the luxury of 1850. Favourite amongst the wealthy and the famous, high quality chalets and apartments in 1850 are rare.
Below it, the bases of Courchevel Moriond (1650) and Village (1550) are both more reasonably priced alternatives. The front de neige in Moriond is charming, with a number of excellent restaurants, while the resort is getting livelier with a number of popular bars, restaurants and shops in the centre of the resort. Courchevel Village is linked to 1850 via ski lifts, and it offers a more peaceful option than the upmarket 1850 and more lively 1650.
The final base in the resort is Courchevel Le Praz; the lowest of the Courchevel bases, this is a traditional village with a more relaxed, down to earth vibe. The site of the 1992 Olympic ski jump, which is still used today, the village is the site of ongoing lift improvements that mean it is better connected than ever.
As a significant part of the largest fully linked ski area in the world, with access to 600km of ski slopes, Courchevel hardly lacks choice. When it comes to pistes, this area has enough for skiers of all levels. With the fearsome Couloirs providing challenges for expert skiers and boarders, there are long rolling blue runs that stretch miles down the quieter sections.
The terrain parks are well equipped, proving popular amongst teenage skiers, while the unparalleled mountain restaurants are perfect for relaxed skiers who are more interested in good food than tricky slopes. While there isn’t too much lift accessed off piste, back-country and powder lovers can go heliskiing or hire a guide.
With constant improvements to the area, including a dedication to improving resort infrastructure by replacing older lifts with the highest standard chairlifts and gondolas, the Trois Vallees is always a popular ski destination. This is aided by the orientation of the slopes, the high altitude ski area and the snow cannon coverage that together, gives the Trois Vallees one of the best snow records in the Alps.
With each base offering something different, there are a few fantastic options for buyers looking at Courchevel. In the lower key Le Praz, there is a range of properties that includes newbuild chalets and apartments, and resale chalets and apartments. The luxurious, central Masion Mugnier is being designed by a prestigious developer and designer.
The up-and-coming Courchevel 1650 has a number of new developments, with high end chalets, superbly convenient apartments, and a range of freehold and leasehold properties on offer. As the resort is undergoing a huge amount of regeneration, these properties make great investments, and they're more affordable than those rare chances to buy property in 1850.
As the most exclusive of the Courchevel bases, 1850 rarely sees properties come available, so developements there always prove popular. Courchevel 1550 is similarly tricky to find a property, and boasts a prettier centre than 1650.
Courchevel 1650, Le CEUR 812,500 - 942,500
Le C is a brand new collection of just nine apartments and the last phase of the extremely popular, now sold out, Courchevel Lodges development.Town-Centre, Spa & Wellness Facilities, Hotel Services
Courchevel 1650, Les Toit des VerdonsPrice on Application
Located right in the heart of Courchevel 1650 with picutresque mountain views and just 60m from the Front de Neige is Le Toit des Verdons.Town-Centre
Courchevel 1650, Les Grandes BossesEUR 1,450,000 - 1,750,000
Situated right in the heart of Courchevel 1650, Les Grandes Bosses is an existing residence within which 4 penthouses have become available.Town-Centre
Courchevel 1650, Canyon LodgeEUR 3,055,000 - 3,390,000
Located above Courchevel 1650 and right next to the slopes, Canyon Lodge is a brand new, luxury chalet development built by an experienced local developer.Spa & Wellness Facilities
Courchevel 1650, L'Ecrin BlancEUR 261,000 - 592,000
L'Ecrin Blanc is a brand new development of studio to two bedroom apartments that each come fully furnished and with a guaranteed rental income.Ski In, Ski Out, Rental Management, Spa & Wellness Facilities, Hotel Services, Swimming Pool
Courchevel 1650, ChantemerleEUR 745,000 - 915,000
Located just moments from both the Front de Neige and resort centre, Chantemerle is a set of 21 high quality apartments to be renovated out of an existed building.
Courchevel 1650, Reve de PistesEUR 6,714,000 - 6,744,000
Reve de Pistes is a set of just 8 luxury chalets built right on the piste above Courchevel 1650.Ski In, Ski Out, Spa & Wellness Facilities, Hotel Services, Swimming Pool
Courchevel 1550, Chalet Le BlizzardEUR 3,300,000
Chalet Le Blizzard is an elegant, luxury chalet located right next to the slopes in Courchevel 1550, allowing direct access to 600km of slopes.Ski In, Ski Out
Courchevel 1300, La Ferme des LanchesEUR 998,000 - 1,990,000
La Ferme des Lanches is a unique and brand new development to be built in the charming village of Courchevel Le Praz with stunning views across the valley.
Courchevel 1850, Les FollieresEUR 1,950,000 - 2,600,000
Les Follieres is a collection of just four luxury apartments, located in an ideal position right next to the centre of Courchevel 1850.Town-Centre