Verbier, Valais, Switzerland
Verbier, Valais, Switzerland
Chalet Vermont is a stunning new chalet located just a 10 minute from the centre of Verbier. Located near Patier, the quality of the finish and size of the chalet provides excellent value for money.Scroll down for more details
4 Bed | 5 Bath
Chalet Vermont is a superb new chalet near Patier and conveniently located for easy access into the centre of Verbier. The quality of the finish and size of the chalet provides excellent value for money.
Spread over three floors, the chalet sleeps nine people in four good-sized bedrooms. Its unique layout means that the living area occupies the entire top floor of the chalet, maximizing the incredible views.
You enter the chalet on the ground floor where you will find the master double bedroom and bathroom. A large walk-in wardrobe provides plenty of space to store your belongings during your stay.
On the lower level of the chalet you will find three further bedrooms; a twin/double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a bunk room sleeping three people with en-suite shower room and a double bedroom with floor to ceiling double doors leading to a wonderful terrace with private hot tub. This bedroom has an en-suite shower room. There is a relaxing spa room on this floor with guest w.c. and a hammam/shower room. This also opens out onto the fabulous hot tub deck and seating area.
The top floor of chalet Vermont is occupied by the spacious open plan living, dining area and kitchen. The focal point of the room is the large wood-burning fireplace in the centre. The large comfortable L-shaped sofa sits in front of the fireplace providing the perfect spot for relaxing after a hard day on the slopes. Guests are invited to dine at the beautiful wooden dining table seating 10 comfortably.
The chalet has a private garage and two outdoor parking spots.
Verbier is approximately one hour from Chamonix, two hours' drive from Geneva, and three hours from Zurich. The nearest international airport is Geneva. Sion airport, just 50 minutes away by car, can accommodate private jets and offers helicopter transfers. You can also land private helicopters closer in Le Chable, only 15 minutes into Verbier town centre.Read full details
Verbier. A Home in the Valais.
The beautiful mountain resort of Verbier in the Four Valleys is the in-place for homeowners who want to ski hard and party harder. Verbier mixes up picture-pretty wooden chalets and contemporary penthouses, refined clubs and joyfully edgy new hotels: check out how magnificently The W Hotel has transformed the Medran lift station.
Verbier is a true year-round resort with hiking trails, mountain bike paths and a packed sporting and cultural calendar for the summer. In winter however it is above the village on Verbier’s highly prized steep slopes that the real daytime action happens.
This is Switzerland’s largest ski area, a proper, hard-wired Alpine resort where a south-facing bowl provides a satisfying tangle of blue and red pistes, several infamous black runs and unforgettable off-piste skiing. Descend the legendary Bec des Rosses, free ride through the Vallon d’Arby or ski as a family on the forgiving slopes through the trees to La Tzoumaz.
As night falls the focus moves into the village centre. Après-ski evenings often start at Hotel Farinet, Mont Fort Pub or Le Rouge and end at the Casbah or legendary Farm Club where royalty and celebrities party with seasonaires.
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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