This is a superb village house built in the 1930’s…
73210 Landry, France
This is a beautiful 3-bedroom stone and wood village house with independent 1 bed apartment. It is close to the skiing in Peisey and is only a ten-minute drive to the funiculaire up to Les Arcs and Paradiski. Walk to the ski buses. The main route to Val d’Isère, Tignes, Ste Foy and la Rosière is a couple of minutes away.
The property has around 180 m² of living space on 3 levels.
The entrance is on the ground floor and opens onto a large lobby with access to a vaulted cellar, a boiler room, a utility room and a WC. Possible to create a bathroom here too.
On the first floor there are 2 doubles bedrooms that share a balcony and an en-suite shower room, separate WC.
The second floor has a large 42m² open plan fitted kitchen and dining area with patio doors out to the sunny terrace (20 m²).
A few stairs up from the dining area lead up to the top floor where there is a 30m² lounge that has a wood burner and beautiful views over the rooftops to the mountains. It also has a good-sized mezzanine floor, which is currently used as an office. There is a further double bedroom off the lounge.
The property also has a ground floor 1-bedroom apartment with a parking space just outside and own independent entrance.
Other features of the property include a carport, a workshop (18m2), a large garden with a shed, and just adjacent a further 2 parking spaces.
The property has fabulous views of the mountainside.
Landry is a village at the foot of the mountains. It has its own program of winter and summer sports including a rafting centre and a cycle path along the river that goes to Aime in one direction and into Bourg in the other direction.
There is a ski bus, from the village, that runs to the funiculaire in Bourg and one that runs up to Peisey Vallandry during the winter season.
The busy, nearby town of Bourg St Maurice is a traditional mountain town at the foot of Les Arcs ski resort. It offers access to some of the best skiing in the country for all levels of ability, although it does have one of the longest black runs in Europe. All types of winter activities are catered for too, including cross-country walks, snow boarding, climbing and so on. In the summer months the town is a magnet for cycling enthusiasts as it often forms the base of a stage of the Tour de France. Hiking, walking, mountain biking, climbing and many other outdoor activities are available too. Bourg St Maurice has all the shops, restaurants and facilities required of any large town and it is open for business all year round.
Due to the popularity of the alpine resorts, getting to Bourg St Maurice from the U.K. couldn’t be easier. There are buses provided four times a day from Geneva airport, and the TGV from Paris and the Eurostar from St Pancras come right into town.
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