Picture No. 60
328 sq m
Guide price Fr. 12'750'000(213,149,719 EGP)

ChaletZermatt, 3920


    Key features

    • Traditional mountain chalet
    • Outstanding views of the Matterhorn
    • Built in 1952, completely renovated in 2004
    • In exclusive Winkelmatten area of Zermatt
    • Land with development potential
    • Available for B/C permit holders

    Traditional and charming alpine chalet with development land.

    About this property

    • Chalet Erika is a charming alpine chalet built in 1952 using traditional materials and painted shutters. It is situated in the exclusive Winkelmatten area of Zermatt and occupies an elevated position above the resort.

      Completely and sympathetically renovated in 2004 to the highest standards, the chalet offers elegant and timeless mountain living together with outstanding views of the world famous Matterhorn.

      The accommodation is split on 3 levels and includes:
      -2 en suite guest bedrooms
      -Panelled living and dining room
      -Fully fitted kitchen
      -Panelled study
      -Luxury master bedroom suite with twin bath/shower rooms
      -Self contained staff/fourth bedroom with kitchenette
      -Ski room, wine cellar and additional exterior storage
      -Balcony and terraced areas
      -Habitable area of circa 328m2 with 700m2 of development potential

      This unique property is available for sale as a secondary residence for Swiss residents or B/C permit holders.

      *please note: the location on the website is not exact to the location of the property.

    Local information

    • Nestled on a high plateau, Zermatt is renowned as one of the best ski resorts in the Alps. It sits at the foot of the highest and most photographed peak in the country, the Matterhorn (4,478m). Zermatt is characterised by car-free cobbled streets, Swiss-style chalets, gastronomic restaurants, bars, discos and chic designer boutiques.
    • Zermatt has one of the best networks of super-efficient cable cars, gondolas and cog railways in the country that whisk skiers to three major ski areas and to altitudes of over 3,600m. It is also home to the world's second biggest lift-served vertical drop (14 kilometres with a vertical drop of 2,200 metres). 21 of the 36 lifts also operate during the summer season to cater for hiking and climbing as well as fantastic skiing on its large glacier.