Chalets and Apartments for Sale
Apartment with ideal situation in the heart of Gstaad with a beautiful view of the promenade and the mountains beyond.
Thanks to the central location, all facilities are within easy walking distance.
Beautiful apartment in Schönried. Located under the eaves, the apartment is constructed out of old wood, and decorated with wood paintings. The apartment is south-facing and enjoys spectacular views of the Saanenland, Wildhorn and Diablerets.
Private entrance with direct access to the apartment via the lift.
Beautiful, spacious living room with a dining room looking out onto the balcony
Exceptional location with a south-west view of the valley, this chalet enjoys the last rays of the sun on the Gummfluh.
This chalet is private but, at the same time very accessible. A few minutes walk from the small railway station of Les Granges.
Built in 1989 by an architect reputed for the beautiful construction of his own home. The chalet has remained in very good condition due to the quality of the construction.
A dependency chalet serves as a garage with 2 parking spaces.
Beautiful old chalet located on the heights of Rossinière. The plot of 1’951m2 , borders a stream and the forest and is easily accessible by car.
This chalet has a living area of approximately 250 m2 and was completely renovated in 2007. It is well built and is full of charming areas to discover. The lovely veranda for example, leading into an outside dining room built into the the rock, or the large sheltered terrace equipped with a jacuzzi.
Located in the center of the Commune of Gsteig, this duplex apartment is recently constructed and tastefully decorated.
The spacious living room has high ceilings and offers a splendid view of the meadows and mountains.
The apartment complex has many parking spaces available outside.
The apartment is sold with the current furniture included in the price.
Tips on Buying Property in the Swiss Alps
Restrictions on foreign ownership of Property Switzerland has a number of restrictions on foreigners buying property. However you are not subject to these restrictions if you are a: Swiss citizen, including someone with double nationality. National of a country...
As someone new to the region it’s easy to overlook important points when buying an apartment or chalet. To get started, we suggest you read the guide published by the Swiss Confederation on owning property in Switzerland. This provides a comprehensive overview...
When purchasing a property, the area you choose will depend on your interests and tastes. Here are some points to keep in mind: Will you be using your property as a primary or secondary residence? Does the area provide sporting activities all year round? Do you have...
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