Andermatt Apartments For Sale - House Hirsch, Uri, Switzerland, 1-3 bed

House Hirsch at Andermatt Swiss Alps

Andermatt, Uri, Switzerland

1 - 4 bed | 1 - 4 bath
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Key details

  • Approx size: 91-226 sq m (980-2,433 sq ft)
  • Ownership: Freehold
  • No. floors in building: 5
  • Year built: Newly built
  • Orientation: Various
  • Building type: Apartment
  • Foreign ownership: Allowed
  • No. units in building: 15
  • Property Style: New build, Modern


  • Balcony
  • Eco-friendly
  • Golf
  • Investment
  • Spa & wellness facilities
  • Terrace
  • Covered parking
  • Fireplace
  • Hot tub
  • Mountain views
  • Skiing

Property overview

The apartments in House Hirsch, a three-part structure inspired by the "Stalden", the typical building shape from the neighbouring Gomsertal valley, are located at the north-west end of Andermatt Swiss Alps.

There are currently 1, 2 and 4 bedroom options available with areas ranging between 91 sqm and 226 sqm.

A solid natural stone plinth thereby forms the base on which the main body, made from larch wood, sits, separated by a glazed joint section.  Inside the building, the central core stairway connects to three apartments in each case, whose living and dining areas are oriented towards the west, in the direction of the Reuss, or to the east, towards the street. Interesting views of either the wide valley or the village centre are thereby ensured for all the apartments. The living rooms are fronted by spacious balconies, which extend the living and dining room into the external area on sunny days.

The materials used in the interiors are based on the chalet style traditionally found in the area. The materials - such as a soapstone fireplace, oak parquet and wooden wall and ceiling coverings - are finely and precisely worked in order to create a discreet, modern basis for the fittings. It goes without saying that all the interiors of the living units are built to a high standard and include comfort ventilation.

For the calculation of the area of the premises, the net living space is calculated, i.e. the measurements of the interior walls, but without the external and apartment partition walls and without the technical services zones (rising zones), as well as the areas in the attic floor up to a jamb wall height of 1.20 m, and including half the balcony area or one quarter of the covered sitting area.

Andermatt's postcard panorama is full with flowering meadows in the summer and snow-covered mountains in the winter, this place incorporates the soul of Switzerland in an incomparable manner.

Embedded in the Urserntal valley, Andermatt is surrounded by an unspoilt Alpine landscape. The high valley at the foot of the Gotthard Massif offers distance and space, and pampers you with one of the best water qualities in the world: a gift of nature that has been appreciated for generations.

Water plays a very central role here. Because two of the most important rivers in Europe, the Rhine and the Rhone, have their sources in the Gotthard region.

Andermatt is remarkably accessible. Thanks to its central location and its vicinity to the major transit routes (North-South and East-West), Andermatt has excellent connections to the transport network.

City and travelling times

Lucerne: 1 hour

Zurich: 1.5 hours

Milan: 2 hours

Munich: 4 hours

Stuttgart: 4 hours

There is also an airfield for private aircraft in Buochs - only 45 minutes from Andermatt.

Sales price includes a mandatory usage right to a parking space, value (CHF 40,000).


Regional info

Andermatt. A Home in Uri Canton.
In a wide, high valley close to the source of both the Rhine and Rhone rivers and below the vital Gotthard Pass, Andermatt lies at the very centre of Switzerland. Its strategic history includes time as an important trading town and a buzzy staging post for Alpine travellers.
German poet Goethe described Andermatt in 1770 as “the most interesting and beautiful place” and that description certainly holds true today. After many years of operating below most skiers’ radar, Andermatt recently unveiled one of the most exciting and ambitious projects in the Alps. New hotels, modern chalet-style apartment buildings and extensive facilities from a Gary Player-designed golf course to an indoor sports centre are making Andermatt the place to watch.
The golf course and several new properties are complete. The first new hotel, the wonderfully opulent yet always intimate five-star Chedi Hotel opened in 2013 and immediately secured a place on Conde Nast Traveller’s Best Hotels List. Apartments and penthouses in The Chedi and other new-build homes in the resort have brought a new fan base to this long-established town.
Andermatt Overview:
Best for: Serious off-piste skiers, golfers and active families looking for a comfortable, year-round Swiss home free of all restrictions on foreign ownership.
Property: Contemporary and fully serviced apartments and penthouses at various price points in a charmingly authentic and historic Swiss town.
Who Owns There: Buyers from across Europe and the Middle East come for the Swiss quality of life, the world-class Chedi Hotel, bracing off-piste skiing, a PGA golf course and the potential of a year-round resort that is undergoing significant and exciting development.
Access: Andermatt is well connected by road and rail, around 90 minutes from Zurich airport and within two hours of Milan.

Buyers guide

House Hirsch (freehold apartments starting from CHF 1,700,000):

Purchase prices include finishes and fixtures as per the 'Description of Works' (kitchen & bathroom fixtures/fittings to Swiss standard) and each unit comes with access to an additional storage room.

There is a mandatory usage right to a parking space; the cost is CHF 40K per unit. Furniture packages are available, ranging from CHF 35K up to CHF 95K for 1 to 4 bedroom.

There is an optional rental agreement with a 75% (to the client) / 25% (to ASA) split. Completion is expected by winter 2014.

Additional Details:

Maintenance Fee is approx. CHF 125 (Andermatt Swiss Alps Village) per m2 per annum. Unit Utility Charges are based on consumption/metered individually. Please note that the Maintenance Fee shall cover the charges, fees, cost and expenses payable for the maintenance, management, security, insurance, up‐keep, renewal, repair and replacement of the common areas comprising also the common utility charges.

ASA's Standard Payment Plan:

  • 2.5% (minimum of CHF 50K) of the purchase price upon reservation (refundable until contract)
  • 25% upon signing of contract (minus the 2.5% reservation fee already settled)
  • 25% upon completion of structural work
  • 50% upon completion of the building / transfer of the title

The Notary & Land Registry charges total 0.4 % of the sale price, and the seller and purchaser will divide these costs equally. The purchaser in this case will pay 0.2%. The payment breakdown for the purchaser is then as follows:

a) The notary's charge, which is set in general at 0.1% of the purchase price (minimum of CHF 2'500), payable at notarization

b) The fee for registration in the Land Registry, which is 0.1% of the purchase price (maximum of CHF 10'000), payable at handover


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