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Girls’ Guide to Paris & Women on Fire present … “Go on vacation and return home with a life plan!”  Paris and the Loire ..read more
All of Paris is super excited about the recent opening of the Eataly franchise in the 4th arrondissement aka the Marais. However if you can ..read more
by Ira Szmuk Plenty of articles have been written about Bordeaux and its charms. However, this city is so much more than wine and ..read more
VISIT AGENT SITE Price:  €895,000  Situated 1 hr 20 from Grenoble St Geoirs, Alpe D’Huez has been appropiately named Isle de Soleil… The Island in the Sun. This purpose built resort is home to 250 kms of piste and plays host to the Tour de France cycle race as well as the famous Mega Avalanche downhill mountain bike race. Being perched at 1800 m altitude its snow record is impeccable as its pistes rise up to a formidable 3300m on the summit of Pic Blanc. It is certainly a very practical winter resort as its’ centrally located leisure facilities and its cross town lifts make everywhere easily accessible. *Alpe d’Huez is set to become part of the next Worlds largest ski resort in 2021-2022 linking with Les Deux Alpes and Vaujany. The post Chalet in ALPE D HUEZ , Isere , French Alps appeared first on Girls Guide to Paris. ..read more
VISIT AGENT SITE Price:  €2,520,000  Part of the stunning Three Valleys ski area, the largest in the world, St Martin de Belleville remains a traditional Alpine mountain village with charming ski chalets and small, cheerful ski apartment buildings – many ski in/ski out. Beautiful summer and winter, the Belleville valley is also home to Val Thorens and Les Menuires boasting 300kms of the total 600kms piste skiing available in the 3 Vallées. Summer is stunning and tranquil; I’d encourage you to come and enjoy the mountains in the summer as well as coming to enjoy the best skiing in the world. The post Chalet in ST MARTIN DE BELLEVILLE , Savoie , French Alps appeared first on Girls Guide to Paris. ..read more
VISIT AGENT SITE Price: €650,000  The village of Les Houches is a short 6km from Chamonix and just under an hour from Geneva airport. Nestled in the heart of the Mont-Blanc Massif, Les Houches village-resort (950 m – 1900 m) offers you an outstanding panoramic view of the Aiguilles de Chamonix with 55kms of pistes, 18 ski lifts and an array of bars, restaurants and amenities. This is essentially a family resort, and in spite of development is essentially faithful to the traditional image of mountain holidays but is also famous for the legendary «La Verte des Houches», World Cup downhill piste. The slopes amount to the biggest single area in the Chamonix valley, with varied tree lined runs – a delight for skiers and snowboarders of all levels, as is the Bellevue snowpark for freestyle enthusiasts. It also offers 10 km of Nordic trails. The post Chalet in LES HOUCHES , Haute Savoie , French Alps appeared first on Girls Guide to Paris. ..read more
VISIT AGENT SITE Price : €3,990,000 In the heart of the Massif des Aravis, between Lake Annecy, Mont Blanc and Switzerland is Saint Jean de Sixt. It is a lively village in the winter and summer with many activitie. A family village par excellence, located 960 m above sea level, Saint Jean de Sixt has preserved village soul, Savoyard mountains and rich heritage of historical and cultural treasures. 25 minutes from Saint Jean de Sixt, Annecy, its lake, its old city and the mountains that surround have been attracting visitors for over a century. Annecy, ranked agglomeration of Art and History, offers a unique architectural mix of tradition and modernity. You will be enchanted by the old town of Annecy, known as ‘The little Venice’ of Savoie. The post Chalet in , Haute Savoie , French Alps appeared first on Girls Guide to Paris. ..read more
VISIT AGENT SITE Price : €365,700 Superb renovated 4-bed house with guest unit and habitable ancient stone tower. Panoramic views over Gironde Estua The main house consists of: A well-fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, range cooker, double stainless steel sink, woodburning stove and dining space, with exposed dressed stone walls and large patio doors leading to the superb decked terrace with “bioclimatic” pergola (slats open and close by remote control to provide more or less shade and closes automatically when it rains). (23.5 m²) Above the kitchen is a mezzanine study of 11 m² with a feature round window. An arch leads through to the elegant living room, again with patio doors to the decked terrace outside, original fireplace, pellet burning stove, exposed stone walls and “cathedral” ceiling. Lovely view of the estuary. (24.4 m²) On the ground floor is a bedroom of 11.58 m² with original pine floor and a bathroom of 9.54 m² with an extra large shower, bath, stone-look handbasin on a solid hardwood furniture base, WC From this level there is an underground passage to the “cellar” of the adjacent tower. The cellar has been imaginatively converted to a shower room for the chambre d’hôte above and features the narrow stone steps originally used by the miller when the windmill was still in existence. The underground passage, having a constant temperature, comes into use as, what else, a wine cellar. On the first floor are a landing with double doors out onto another decked terrace leading to the ground floor of the tower, two pretty bedrooms of 10.27 and 12.23 m², both with original pine floors, and a shower room with walk-in shower, vanity unit in red glass, mirror panel electric radiator, WC and view of the estuary. Up one more staircase to an attic bedroom of 17 m² with sympathetic use made of the superb roof structure to create a sitting space and another for the bed. Between the house and the adjacent guest accommodation is a boiler room/laundry room of 5.8 m². The living room of the “gite” is a generous 24 m² with a well-designed fitted kitchen featuring a bar unit, large patio doors to the outside terrace and a door to a shower room of 4.5 m² with corner shower, vanity unit, WC and electric towel rail. Upstairs is an attic bedroom of 17 m². Behind the house, with entrance at the same level as the first-floor of the house, via the big decked terrace, is the tower, with its sitting room (diameter 3.2 m) on the lower-floor, with trap door to the shower room beneath then, via an external stone staircase, you walk up to the former chapel, now a delightful circular bedroom, with its fireplace and vaulted ceiling (diameter 3.2 m). Further up the stone staircase you reach the roof terrace with its unusual chimney and stupendous all-round views. You can imagine why the archbishop spent his retirement days here… There is a storage building/workshop in one corner of the plot, generous parking space, mature trees, an infant olive grove, and a huge choice of places to put a pool if required. The size of the plot is such that it would be possible to build on to extend the accommodation or to sell part for another house if wanted. Totally unique – must be seen! *These data are for information only and have no contractual value. Leggett Immobilier cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies that may occur.* **The currency conversion is for convenience of reference only. The post Chalet in Courchevel Savoie French Alps appeared first on Girls Guide to Paris. ..read more
Chateau de Saussingnac Many of us dream of living in France but it usually remains just that, a dream.  For one New Zealander though, a ..read more
Girls Guide to Paris by Doni Belau - 1y ago
I was just a year old when my grandparents went on their first trip to Paris. Serving in the Air Force as a co-pilot in World War II, my ..read more

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