Ski Chalet for Sale Champoussin Swiss | 5 Beds

Chalet Idée Fixe

Champoussin, Champéry, Switzerland

5 bed | 3 bath
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Key details

  • Approx size: 220 sq m (2,368 sq ft)
  • Ownership: Freehold
  • No. floors in building: 3
  • Property Style: Traditional, New build
  • Building type: Chalet
  • Foreign ownership: Allowed
  • Year built: 2002


  • Skiing
  • Ski-in and ski-out
  • Balcony
  • Fitted kitchen
  • Stone floors
  • Investment
  • Mountain views
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Fitted bathroom
  • Ski boot room
  • Parking

Property overview

Chalet Ideé Fixe is a traditional stand-alone chalet located in the village resort of Champoussin, Switzerland, part of the infamous and gigantic Portes du Soleil ski area.

This charming five bedroom 'ski-in ski-out' chalet of 220m2 was built in 2002 to the highest standards of design and finish. 

On the ground floor are three bedrooms, all suitable for single or double beds. On this floor is a bathroom, shower room, WC and a separate entrance to the ski and laundry room. There is also a cellar under the terrace.

The main entrance hall is on the first floor and includes an open plan living room, dining area, fully equipped modern kitchen and a guest WC. There is a large wrap around 35m2 balcony with superb unobstructed views of the impressive Dents du Midi mountain range and the village.

The master bedroom is on the second floor and has a sizeable en suite bath and shower room. There is also another spacious bedroom on this floor with an en suite bathroom, both bedrooms have access onto a balcony. 

There are two parking spaces just outside the chalet and an indoor parking space nearby in the centre of the village.

Champoussin is a beautiful 'chalet only' ski village in the Val D'Illiez at an altitude of 1600 meters and has great and reliable snow conditions in winter. The Portes du Soleil ski area covers 13 resorts and 650 kms of groomed pistes.

Regional info

Switzerland overview
For standout natural beauty Switzerland scores a perfect ten. Dramatic, soaring Alpine peaks, cosmopolitan cities and lakeside towns backlit by snow-capped mountains are staples but in recent years they’ve been joined by an invigorating injection of cool new hotels and services to compliment the ever-efficient infrastructure.
Switzerland is a true four-seasons destination with a strong cultural core. It hosts world-famous jazz festivals, illustrious golf and tennis tournaments, glamorous snowy polo matches, international film festivals and of course Art Basel, the most prestigious event in the art fair calendar.
Own a home in Switzerland and you soon discover just how well the country works. The buying process is streamlined, build quality is exceptional and timescales are always realistic.
Switzerland is safe, civilised and beautiful: at the very heart of Europe but outside of the Eurozone with a reputation for both financial probity and a health-boosting lifestyle that consistently ranks among the finest. Its mesmeric appeal has won the hearts and minds of buyers from across the globe.
Fact File: Switzerland has 120 glaciers, 11 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, over 6,500 lakes, 2 UNESCO Biosphere Reserves and 48 mountains over 4,000 metres including the national symbol, the Matterhorn.

Buyers guide

How To Buy in Switzerland:
The purchase process in Switzerland is straightforward and well structured. However Switzerland imposes restrictions on who can purchase property with the precise rules differing between regions and sometimes between neighbouring resorts.
In general non-Swiss nationals who want to buy property in Switzerland must obtain a permit prior to any purchase. The two laws that concern the purchase of second homes are the Lex Koller, introduced in the 1980s as a way of limiting the number of second-homes allowed to be purchased by non-residents and the Lex Weber, introduced in 2012, limiting the supply of new second homes.
Under the Lex Koller foreign buyers are only permitted to own one property in Switzerland and they cannot resell their home within five years of purchase.
There are some of Switzerland’s 26 cantons (administrative areas) where only Swiss nationals or people holding a Permit B (long-term work permit) or a Permit C (a permanent residence permit) can buy. Many of the elite ski resorts and also the cities of Geneva and Zurich have severe restrictions. However special government legislation means that all new-build homes in Andermatt, most unusually, are free of any restrictions on non-Swiss owners.
To fully discuss purchasing options it is essential to consult a specialist.


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