Andermatt is a traditional Swiss mountain village centrally located in the Gotthard region of the Swiss Alps; a 75 minute drive from Zurich or two hours from Milan. With a total investment plan of US $1.88 billion, the five star Andermatt Swiss Alps (ASA) project is transforming the village into the first fully integrated and managed four season destination in Switzerland that will rival the top resorts in Europe.
Due to Swiss law, it is generally very difficult (in most cases impossible) for foreigners to purchase property in Switzerland. Recently the ASA development became the only project with a full exemption to these restrictive regulations, and created a unique opportunity in Switzerland.
The ASA master plan, supported carbon-free energy supply system and pedestrian centric village, has 500 new apartments, some 25 private villas, and six hotels classified as 4 and 5-star properties with a capacity of 844 rooms. Aside from skiing, the destination will include a professional 18-hole golf course (used for cross-country skiing during the winter), a sports center with all-season leisure pool and a commercial center for business and shopping.
The first landmark in ASA will be the five star superior hotel, The Chedi Andermatt which will set a new standard in luxury living – especially for the Swiss Alps. All homes are impeccably presented and combine the traditionally alpine with contemporary design. It will feature a distinctive Swiss Asian hospitality that will offer discerning owners highly personalised services and facilities, including dedicated ski and golf butlers to ensure the most memorable alpine holidays. Priced from $1.9 million.
The luxurious Apartments are located in the car free village and a short distance away from the ski lifts. In addition to the generous windows and sun drenched balconies, the apartments are characterised by stunning views of the Ursental valley. Priced from $1.1 million.
The 25 private villas are the only custom homes in all of Switzerland opened to foreign ownership. Land & home from $9 million.