And so the winter seasons starts to draw to and end here in Verbier and in the many other ski resorts across Europe; it is now time for property photography particularly in Verbier shifts from snowy, wintery photos to glorious green pastures.
If you are missing the winter already here is a selection of some of my favourite properties which have been photographed using drone photography.
Chalet Dentdelion in Verbier was photographed for Ski Armadillo on a spectacularly sunny day just after a superb snowfall. A classic Verbier bluebird day.
Chalet Falcon in Val de Bagnes was photographed for Active Fusion.
Nestled in the valley between the mountains of Verbier and Bruson, the aerial photography captured a recent snowfall perfectly giving the chalet a magical look just perfect when marketing it for winter rentals.
Chalet Mayens de Chevillard
Still under construction in Verbier, Chalet Mayens de Chevillard was photographed as part of the marketing for the Verbier-based property sales company, Omnia Immobilier.
The layout of the property actually consists of two separate chalets, which is visible in some of the photos.
A traditional chalet, Bächlihus, was constructed in a traditional Swiss style. The red shutters are visible even high up in the sky.
The interior of the property was renovated and styled by the English interior design company, Sims Hilditch.
chalet le petit Chevrier
In the mayens of Villars, Chalet Le Petit Chevrier was photographed using a drone for the Geneva-based real estate agency, SwissRoc.
With an extensive terrain, aerial photography was used in order to capture the stables, the pastureland and the woods on the site.
Chalet Grand Tave
Chalet Grand Tave was photographed for the Verbier-based real estate company, Omnia Immobilier. A stunning chalet still under construction, it is looks in perfect condition as the snow covers all the construction mess!