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Oxygène – 3 BedAlpe d'Huez, Grand Domaine, France
- From 1 Bed to 4 Bed Apartments
- Prices from €603,000 to €1,472,000
- 2nd Biggest Ski Resort in France
- Famille Plus* Label
- Close To Ski Lift & All Amenities
- Breathtaking Views
- Heated Ski Lockers
OverviewFrench Property for Sale in Alpe d'Huez
Oxygène is a development that has been designed by architects to offer a pleasant living with the chance to personalise your apartment to make it your own. All the units have focused on maximising space and volumes to make it feel like you're at home and relaxing in full comfort. The apartments offer breathtaking views from large balconies waiting to be enjoyed, which boast exceptional views of the surrounding mountains.
The development is ideally located away from the hustle and bustle of the of the village, allowing you to escape from excitement of being in the Alps and recharge your batteries after a long day.
Residents of Oxygène will also have access to luxury amenities, a private fitness room/gym, a heated ski locker with a boot dryer, and a secure car park.
Alpe d'Huez is a paradise for lovers of skiing, located in the heart of the Oisans Massif
Alpe d'Huez offers high performance ski lifts that provide access to 250 km of slopes, including Sarenne, the longest slope in the world with its 16 km of non-stop skiing. From the highest point - the Pic Blanc at 3330 m - enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the Ecrins National Park and admire prestigious peaks such as Mont Blanc.
Renowed for its 300 days of sunshine per year, the resort of Alpe d'Huez is the ideal place to take full advantage of the pleasures of mountains and a multitude of activities it has to offer, from an open-air ice rink, dog sledding and snowshoeing. In the summer, mountain lovers can hike through the Oisans valley or take advantage of the 265 km of mountain bike trails and 9 ski lifts open all summer.
Throughout the year, Alpe d'Huez is also the scene of major events, such as the Tour de France, where Alpe d'Huez and its 21 bends are an essential stage in the passage of the Grande Boucle.