Espace des Remparts 10, 1950 Sitten Geneva
We specialise in the sale of off-plan and resale property and offer a broad range of property services to developers and owners, including development consultancy, valuation, sales, marketing and rental introductions. Unlike our competitors, we are based in the Alps - which gives us a much greater advantage in finding our clients their dream home.
Selling your property in the Alps can be harder than buying it. We aim to make the process as simple as possible for vendor clients. This includes giving accurate and up to date valuation advice in line with market conditions; recommending and executing local and international marketing strategies and conducting visits by prospective purchasers. We provide monthly updates to our clients regarding the market and purchaser activity. In addition, we handle the negotiations on your behalf and report to you frequently.
Our aim is to offer your property the maximum exposure through access to our database, media, online advertising, website representation and editorial. We work with national and private banks to assist buyers with mortgage finance and strive to work with the most competent and reliable notaries. Our objective is to achieve the best possible price for your property, within your preferred timescales.
Most of the 4,000 meter peaks in the Alps (48 of 82) are located in Switzerland and the remaining few are within 20 km of the Swiss border.Alpenwild
International Liaison Manager
Sam is Chestertons' International Liaison Manager. A thirst for knowledge, combined with a wealth of luxury sales experience; Sam's core focus is selling international property and land through the global Chestertons network - generating leads, advising buyers and liaising with the overseas offices to ultimately connect buyers with their ideal property.
Hiking is one of the most popular activities in Valais. With over 8,000 kilometres of marked hiking trails, every hiker will find what they are looking for: paths up to high peaks, through fragrant larch forests and nature reserves, along the typical “bisses”, on historical routes or over suspension bridges and along vineyard trails.
Zell am See is a popular dual season resort as popular in the summer as it is the winter with the lakes and the golf courses. The Kitzsteinhorn glacier is located within 10 minutes’ drive and gives Zell am See 9 months a year skiing. There is constant development in the ski area with upcoming links to Saalbach and improved links to the Kitzsteinhorn glacier.
Saalbach-Hinterglemm is one of the largest ski areas in Austria. It currently has over 270 km of inter-connecting skiing pistes and is very popular with mountain bikers in the summer months. Soon to be fully connected with Zell-am-See, it will make the ski region the largest in Austria with 400 km of inter-connected skiing, overtaking the Lech-Zurs ski region.
Kitzbuhel is famous for being a very chic town with lots of 5 star hotels and boutiques. The resort is famous for the Hannenkamm World Cup ski race every January. Lech-ZíĽrs and St Anton in Austria are both giants among ski resorts with very up market towns. The spectacular resort of Lech is located at the heart of the beautiful Arlberg mountain range and is very much the jewel of the Vorarlberg.
Mayrhofen is a dual season resort, with great skiing options. The Hintertux glacier is also close by and is open for skiing 11 months a year. They are closed from mid-August until mid- September for maintenance and repair work. The resort is renowned for very good hotels, restaurants and nightlife, the International Snowbombing music festival, which takes place in Mayrhofen along with the Annual Comedy Festival every spring.
Soelden has a very long ski season. Very high altitude with two glaciers in the resort. The first world ski cup event starts in Soelden at the end of October each year. Dual season resort, Seefeld is very good access to Innsbruck city and airport, only 20 minutes away. Great for beginners skiing and other winter family activities. Very popular in the summer also.
The Carinthia Region is quieter and a family-friendly resort. Bad Kleinkircheim is a good example where we have a chalet project. The region is very good value for money compared to Salzburg and the Tyrol. Carinthia is ideally located close to Italian and Slovenian borders, so these countries are very easy to explore. The Carinthian region also has the warmest summers in Austria.