a classic alpine residence nestled in Verbier Village in Switzerland, a popular ski resort in the Swiss Alps, will be offered via Concierge Auctions from April 16-21.
Currently listed for CHF14.9 million (US$15.8 millon) with
of Swissroc Mountain Properties and
of Barnes International Realty, the property will sell without reserve to the highest bidder.
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The 6,350-square-foot chalet has eight bedrooms and six bathrooms spanning the first and second floors, according to the listing.
The highest floor of the house boasts an open living and dining area with a well-equipped kitchen and a natural stone fireplace. It also features high ceilings, exposed rustic wood beams and floor-to-ceiling windows taking in the panoramic views of the snow-covered Swiss Alps summits. Outside, it has a south-facing terrace with a hot tub, according to the listing.
The recently built modern chalet also includes a ski room, a garage, a steam room and a massage room, all just seconds from Verbier’s Place Centrale and a two-minute walk from the main Medran ski lift.
“Its central location, incredibly spacious and comfortable interior, and Verbier’s world-renowned celebrity culture make it an amazing opportunity for the discerning buyer to snap it up for their own personal use or to rent it out during the season,”
Bidders are required to register prior to the online auction, and make a deposit of $100,000, according to Concierge Auctions.
Verbier is the highest-ranking Swiss ski resort and the third in the Alps following Saint-Martin-de-Belleville in the Three Valleys and Val-d’Isère, both of which are located in France, according to Knight Frank’s Ski Property Report 2021.
The average home prices in Verbier grew 2.9% year-over-year in 2020, reaching €21,900 per square meter (US$2,388 per square foot).
“Its schools continue to attract an international clientele, a number have opted to base themselves in the Alps semi-permanently due to the pandemic and upgraded their home as a result,” according to the Knight Frank report.
This article originally appeared on Mansion Global.