Terraced house on the piste in Aprica
Wonderful ski property for sale in perfect condition in the popular year-round resort of Aprica in Lombardia
Get in touch
For more information or to arrange a viewing of this property, please get in touch with us.
+44 (0) 7493 188 381
Pretty terraced house for sale just off the slope Baradello in the Italian ski resort of Aprica. The elegantly appointed unit comprises a bright sitting room with access to panoramic terrace, a fireplace and kitchen corner, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. There is also a garage parking spot included in the price.
LOCATION: Aprica is a popular year-round holiday destination located in the Italian region of Lombardia. With only 1600 inhabitants it offers a friendly low-key atmosphere with a multitude of traditional restaurants and pizzerias. The charming town is situated in the pass connecting the Valtellina with the Valcamonica with some spectacular scenery. For downhill skiing Aprica offer over 50km of perfectly prepared slopes maintained by high-tech snow-making machines. The wonderful pistes of Palabione, Magnolta, Baradello and Campetti are all interconnected with a good variety of terrains for beginners and experts alike. The 5.5km Baradello slopes is Europe’s longest illuminated run. Aside from skiing, there is plenty to do, from ice-skating to winter walks. In summer, the area is popular with mountaineers, hikers and bikers. Aprica is also well located for trips in many other places of interest - Lake Iseo famous for the sparkling wine Franciacorta (1h drive], the spa town of Bormio (1h drive), Bergamo with many European flights is just 2 hours away.
Thanks again for your valuable contribution and for your first class
László from Budapest
Our curiosity about investment in Austria turned into a real business plan successfully completed thanks to Petra Řeháková of Domus Global. The help with buying an apartment in Schladming was priceless, the company provided us a comprehensive care including assistance with tax issues. Thanks a lot!
Martin, CEO and economist from Prague