Switzerland remains one of the world’s most popular safe-haven investment destinations. Market prices for high quality Swiss homes have risen sharply in recent years. Andermatt is a stunning example of everything that has made the Swiss Alps famous around the world and is one of the few developments in Switzerland with no restrictions on purchase and resale for international buyers. Since the first Andermatt Swiss Alps real estate project was launched in 2012, property values in Andermatt have increased average sales price increased by 51.4% . A truly international destination whilst still retaining its Swiss character and charm, enjoy an unparalleled lifestyle, strong capital growth potential and stable rental yields.
Prices from 1.284 M Euros
Fully-integrated management and apartment rental services
An award-winning 18-hole golf course
650-seater concert hall, 5* Chedi Hotel, 3 Michelin-starred restaurants
180km of groomed pistes, outstanding off-piste skiing
500km of marked hiking trails
Strong demand for holiday rental
Fully integrated resort; ensuring long term stability
Low tax and favourable inheritance laws
Advantageous lump-sum taxation scheme
Easy access to Swiss mortgage
90min drive to Zurich International Airport, 2 hours to Milan and Lake Como
No restrictions on foreign purchase and resale
No stamp duty
No inheritance tax
Andermatt is a popular tourist destination with its high peaks, deep canyons, wild waterfalls and quiet mountain lakes that have cast their spell on visitors for centuries. It is a year round destination filled with activities for both the summer and winter months.
No restrictions on foreign ownership or resale
Significant capital growth potential
Strong demand for holiday rentals
State-of the-art wellness facilities
Renowned builder listed on Swiss Stock Exchange
Located in the heart of Switzerland, Andermatt is accessible from everywhere. It is only a 90-minute drive from Zurich, two hours from Milan, and four hours from Munich.
If you prefer travelling by plane, you have your choice of Zurich, Basel, Lugano and Milan airports.