About Verbier, Switzerland
Verbier has the largest ski area in Switzerland, and it sits on a wide, sunny, south-west facing bowl at 1500m.
412 km of ski area
3330 m Peak Altitude
1:45 hrs from Airport
1500 m resort altitude
Verbier, DrusCHF 2,100,000
Ideally located in one of the most convenient positions of Verbier, Drus is right in the centre and just steps from the Medran.Town-Centre, South facing, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Verbier, Treffle a Quatre 116CHF 1,890,000
Treffle a Quatre 116 is a three bedroom apartment located in a convenient position close to the centre, slopes and golf course.South facing, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Verbier, Osaka 211CHF 2,280,000
With south-facing views and a bright, spacious interior, Osaka 211 is a high quality apartment within walking distance of the centre.South facing, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Verbier, Soleil A2CHF 690,000
A cosy, first floor apartment situated just up from the centre of Verbier and close to the Rouge slopes and nearby bus stop.South facing, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Verbier, MadeliaPrice on Application
Madelia is in a highly sought-after location being situated on a quiet road, yet still very close to Verbier's Place Centrale and the Medran ski lift.Spa & Wellness Facilities, Renovation, Available to Swiss Residents Only
Verbier, Chalet ClambinCHF 4,500,000
A secluded, private and ski in, ski out chalet situated high above the centre with fantastic views and plenty of potential.Ski In, Ski Out, Available to Swiss Residents Only
Verbier, Grain d'OrCHF 850,000
Located just a five minute walk from the centre of Verbier is this cosy and recently renovated apartment.South facing, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Verbier, AgatePrice on Application
Situated in one of the best positions in Verbier, Agate is right in the centre and enjoys ski in, ski out access to the slopes.Ski In, Ski Out, Town-Centre, Spa & Wellness Facilities, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Verbier, Mayens de ChevillardPrice on Application
Two brand new chalets being sold together in a private position of Verbier with plenty of outside space and breath-taking views.Newbuild, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Verbier, Chalet TreetopsCHF 6,980,000
Chalet Treetops is a charming home set in a commanding position above Verbier with stunning views of its surroundings.Spa & Wellness Facilities, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Verbier, Pleiade 222CHF 4,900,000
Pleiade 222 is a complete luxury apartment renovation in the centre of Verbier, creating a stunning four bedroom residence.Town-Centre, Renovation, Available to all Foreign Buyers
Verbier, Chalet Trois ToitsPrice on Application
Chalet Trois Toits sits in potentially one of the best positions in all of Verbier, right next to the slopes in winter and golf course in summer.Ski In, Ski Out, Spa & Wellness Facilities, Available to Swiss Residents Only
Verbier, Chalet SitellePrice on Application
Chalet Sitelle consists of three different properties, altogether creating a stunning residence of twelve bedrooms, eleven bathrooms and over 1000sqm of living space.Available to Swiss Residents Only
Verbier, Chesa LunaCHF 8,900,000
Surrounded by some truly breathtaking views, Chesa Luna is an expansive family chalet located in the prestigious Savoleyres area of Verbier.Spa & Wellness Facilities, Available to Swiss Residents Only
Verbier, Chalet JunoPrice on Application
The third and final chalet to built in this high altitude chalet development in the Sonalon area of Verbier.Spa & Wellness Facilities, Swimming Pool, Newbuild, Available to Swiss Residents Only
"I spent a ski season in Verbier as an instructor and loved it. Verbier has it all - extensive and exhilarating skiing on sunny slopes which descend right into the centre of town, some fabulous off piste (which I explored on my days off) and cracking nightlife too. The après ski starts early in the bars below the Medran or my favourite, Le Rouge and carries on into the early hours. If you are looking to follow in the footsteps of Richard Branson and other famous owners and buy a property here it’s going to be pricey, but it’s going to be worth it!" – Nick Malster
One of the best-known and beloved ski resorts in the Alps, Verbier attracts a cosmopolitan mix of global visitors. Nestled in a sunny bowl above the Val de Bagnes, the resort centres around one main road, the Rue de Médran, which runs from the Place Centrale to the Médran lift connecting up most of the shops, bars and restaurants. Chalets fan out above this central strip in all directions creating quiet suburbs, away from the hustle and bustle.
Particularly popular with British and Scandinavian skiers, the town is both upmarket and highly fashionable, with its array of designer shops, fine dining and luxury accomodation, and informal and easy-going, thanks to the large number of powder hounds and general adrenaline junkies. It must be this concoction of glitz and guts that gives Verbier its uniquely lively atmosphere; the resort really is hard to beat when it comes to aprés ski and nightlife.
The scenery here is fantastic too. The buildings are largely very high-end and it shows in the materials used. The pleasant architectural aesthetics accompanied by the views across to mountain peaks in all directions make for very pleasant viewing, and the position of the resort - tucked away in its own private valley - gives a secluded, away-from-the-world kind of feel.
Verbier is the place to head for steep slopes and lively partying. Nowhere in Switzerland rivals it for either – and for tough slopes it is up there with the best in the world. The resort has some highly challenging and exhilarating skiing on steep black runs, and plenty of off-piste but is known for its itinéraires which are marked but are not controlled or groomed. The most famous is Tortin, but Gentianes (900m vertical from the Col de Gentianes) and the Vallon d’Arby which runs down a secluded valley to La Tzoumaz are also fabulous. The Bec des Rosses is said to be the most intimidating face on the Freeride World Tour ski and snowboard competition, which takes place on the rocky north face of the 3,223m Bec des Rosses every year. Ski it if you dare, but you should certainly watch the experts attempt it.
For balance though, Verbier is not all about extreme skiing. There is a great range of red runs across the region and the tree-skiing over at Bruson is fabulous after a heavy snow fall. At the far end of the 4 Vallées, resorts such as such as Veysonnaz and Les Collons have a much greater range of blues and reds. There are several independent ski schools in Verbier to aid your progression and a convenient beginners park near the middle of the resort too.
The scenery and views, particularly from Mont-Fort are fabulous and many of the slopes and are sunny. It is hard to resist stopping for a beer on the terrace at Chez Dany or Le Carrefour when skiing home unless you are heading down to Le Fer a Cheval or Le Farinet!
The good news is that foreigners may buy freely in Verbier, but the bad news is that as this is one of the top ten ski resorts in the world, property prices are high.
Construction quality is extremely high too so luxury chalets and apartments are generally priced between 20,000 Sfrs to 35,000 Sfrs per m2.
Prices are at the top end of that range for chalets on the piste or luxury apartments near the Medran lift. Further out you get more for your money and stunning views, with the free shuttle buses providing a good service, as you would expect in Switzerland.
The enduring popularity of Verbier ensures that there is always a market here and, if you can afford it, owning a property will always be a good long term investment and great fun in the short term!
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