Esales Property ID: es5553243
With its breath taking natural piste scenery, welcoming culture, and low cost of living, Switzerland’s reputation as a place to ski has steadily risen over the past few decades. This excellent property is a great opportunity for someone to invest in this hidden gem and at the current price, it surely won’t be on the market for very long.
We offer you this one bed recently renovated apartment with a total area of 32 m2 which is situated in a excellent complex.
The fully fitted kitchen is all electric and has a hob, oven, microwave, dishwasher, double bowl sink, fridge with ice box and a washer/dryer. The apartment boasts a very good rental income during both the winter ski season and the summer season too. It is perfectly located very close to the slopes, ski lifts, sports shops for hiring equipment, restaurants, supermarkets and cafes.
Saas-Fee is one of the first European ski resorts to open each year, usually in July, offering skiing up on its Allalin glacier which is set among some of the higehst peaks in Europe. Most of the resort’s skiing is between 2500-3500m and the largely northfacing slopes help maintain reliable snowcover. Fast, modern lifts serve the ski area and there is very rarely any queuing.
Beginners and intermediates have miles of long, quiet runs on which which to practise turns. Snowbaorders flock to the high-altitude terrain parks. Unfortunately there isn’t much scope for off-piste skiing.
Saas-Fee village, often compared to Zermatt, has a slower, quieter feel and is favoured by families. This car-free centre has pretty, narrow streets lined with traditional chalets, apres-ski bars and family-friendly restaurants. Electric buses and taxis can take you around.
Non-skiing activities: Outdoor ice skating, sledging, a revolving restaurant on the glacier (3500m) and an indoor leisure centre with a wealth of activities including a swimming pool.
About the Area
Why choose Saas Fee ski resort?
Saas Fee ski resort in Switzerland is one of the longest-established mountain resorts in Europe. It’s charming yet lively pedestrian-friendly village and stunning scenery fits most people’s image of an idyllic Swiss Alpine retreat. Great for family ski holidays, it’s also well-suited to young and lively beginners and intermediates
Is Saas-Fee worth the money?
Yes it isn’t cheap, but the likes of the Black Bull are popular haunts for a post-skiing beer. Getting to Saas-Fee is an easy combination of catching a train to Visp, before changing to the bus departing up the valley to the resort itself.
How do I get to Saas-Fee?
Getting to Saas-Fee is an easy combination of catching a train to Visp, before changing to the bus departing up the valley to the resort itself. It takes around 3 hours from Zürich and 3.5 hours from Geneva and Basel, check out the timetable on the Swiss Railway System’s website
• 1 Bedroom
• 1 Bathroom
• Massive potential in the holiday rental market
• Stunning views
• Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
• Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
• Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of Switzerland
• Many excellent sports facilities nearby
Contact us today to buy or sell your property in overseas in Switzerland.