Brand New Alpine Apartments in Alba di Canazei
Lovely new ski apartments in the Dolomites with easy access to ski lifts and Sella Ronda
€742,500 - €1,776,500
£635,284 - £1,519,976
$799,304 - $1,912,408
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Splendid new project of ski apartments under construction in the favourite ski resort of Alba di Canazei in the heart of the Italian Dolomites. This elegant residence with just 10 apartment units is located only 3 minutes drive and 15 minutes walk from the Alba-Ciampac ski lift connecting with Pozza di Fassa ski slopes and 3 minutes drive to the Canazei-Pecol ski lift connecting to Val di Fassa and the ski circuit Sella Ronda. Dolomiti Superski is the largest European ski area with over 1200 km of ski runs. The ski bus stop is just steps from the property and the cycle trail that leads through the entire Val di Fassa and Val di Fiemme valleys is also easily accessible. The area has a year-round holiday appeal with a wide offer of outdoor activities from downhill and cross-country skiing, hiking and cycling, golf in the 9-hole Alta Badia golf course with Marmolada backdrop.
The residence will consist of 10 two-bedroom apartments laid over 4 levels. The units offer a living space between 90 and 190m2 and will be equipped to high standard. They will have underfloor heating and be classified in A energy class. The property is expected to be completed by end of 2024 and buyers still have the option to finetune finishes and specifications with the developer. The apartments will be delivered with completed bathrooms, but without kitchens and furniture.
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