Le Brévent 2 is a ground floor appartment with dual aspect, offering stunning views of the Brévent mountains and along the valley towards Le Tour. It is located less than a minute from the Brevent-Plan Praz cable car and it is just a short walk down the hill to the facilities in Chamonix town centre. The property has been finished to a high standard offering a light, modern and relaxed feel throughout.
The entrance hall leads to an open plan living area with a modern kitchen, dining for 6 people and comfortable seating. There are two bedrooms and two bathrooms, the master bedroom is flexible (double or twin) and the second is a twin room. The living area has sofa which converts to a double bed.
Amongst its very desirable features, it has the added bonus of a real fire (unusual for an apartment) for the perfect après ski ambience in winter and the Living Room opens onto a private patio garden and large secluded balcony for al fresco dining in the summer. The property is well equipped to include wifi, UK and French TV, utility facilities, parking and a ski locker.
Le Brevent 2 offers contemporary accommodation for up to 6 people in a desirable location. The building is situated in a quiet position yet close to all Chamonix's facilities making it a good choice for families or groups who have some members heading into the mountains and others exploring the town.
Skiing and snowboarding: Chamonix is one of the world's most famous ski areas, having hosted the first Winter Olympics in 1924. Skiers and snowboarders of all levels are well-served in a variety of differing areas around Chamonix, including Brevent, Flegere, the famous Grands Montets and Domaine du Balme. The Mont Blanc pass also covers nearby areas including Les Houches, St Gervais, Megeve, Courmayeur and Les Contamines, all within an easy drive. Slightly further afield, but within an hour's drive are Verbier, La Thuile, Flaine and Les Carroz. Despite its reputation as an area for experts only, there are plenty of green, blue and red runs to satisfy beginners and intermediates alike. For the more experienced, Chamonix has miles and miles of adventurous off-piste, including the famous Vallee Blanche, an 18km experience from the Aiguille du Midi down to the town.
Summer and the rest of the year: With the draw of Europe's premier natural attraction, Mont Blanc, Chamonix never sleeps. Whether it's simply to soak up the stunning scenery or get the adrenaline pumping, there is plenty for everybody to do all year round. There are a wide variety of marked trails for hiking and trekking; well-maintained bolted routes for rock-climbing; limitless mountaineering opportunities including Mont Blanc itself; an ever-expanding network of mountain bike trails; some of the most consistent thermals for superb para gliding; raging white water rapids for rafting and hydro speeding; canoeing and abseiling down the spectacular valley gorges; golf at the Trent Jones Sr designed 18 hole course in Chamonix, as well as many other top quality courses nearby; a sports centre with an indoor and outdoor 50m swimming pool and a large grassed sunbathing area, water slides, numerous tennis courts, gym, spa, jacuzzi... The list goes on!