Prestigious real estate in greater Geneva and its region

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Living in greater Geneva and its region

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Cranves-Sales | la Vallée Verte | Lucinges | Saint-Cergues | Veigy-Foncenex | Chens-sur-Léman | Messery |
Nernier | Yvoire | Excenevex | Anthy-sur-Léman | Thonon-les-bains | Evian-les-bains
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Greater Geneva,</br>A cross-border metropolis

Greater Geneva,
A cross-border metropolis

Living in the region of greater Geneva, in Haute-Savoie, means living in a dynamic, booming metropolis, located between Switzerland and France. This attractive territory offers an exceptional quality of life between lake, mountains, and culture.

Its territory

Its territory

The Leman Lake, an exceptional panorama
Located between the French coasts and the Swiss territory, the Leman Lake dominated by the Alps, is considered largest of the great lakes of Savoie. Nature is celebrated here, life is sweet. Every day, you can feel like you are on vacation.

An ideal location
Greater Geneva has an international airport. Geneva is located 40 minutes from Lausanne, 30 minutes from Annecy, 1h15 from Lyon, 1h from Chamonix, and 30 minutes from the nearest ski resorts.

Facilitated mobility
Greater Geneva acts on multimodal transport networks: the Léman Express, cross-border tramway and bus networks, cycle paths and greenways, maritime lines for your daily life with the CGN.

An international territory
Host to numerous international organizations, diplomatic missions and NGOs, Geneva promotes humanist and universal values. As a result, this cross-border territory is multicultural and focused on welcoming.


Its style

Geneva, city of culture
The city of Geneva is distinguished by an extremely rich cultural offer. Whether you are passionate about history, science, nature, art, or music, you will find your fulfillment in the heart of greater Geneva.

An omnipresent nature, the ecology in concern
The Leman Lake offers landscapes with the atmosphere of Riviera. Nucleus and link between France and Switzerland, it has a temperate climate. Greater Geneva, dominated by the Alps, is a territory renowned for its numerous and natural green spaces, in the heart of which biodiversity is valued and natural resources are preserved.

Conducive to recreation
Between the shores of the lake, the walks on the surrounding peaks, unique sites: lovers of wide-open spaces will be able to evolve close to nature. The numerous beaches will sublimate your time of relaxation. The Franco-Swiss Golf Club Esery and the Golf & Country Club of Bossey will satisfy golfers of all levels.

The Alps, its terroir, its agriculture
Since 2007, greater Geneva has been committed to placing agriculture at the heart of its development. More than a third of its territory is used by agriculture, in all its diversity. Agriculture also contributes to preservation of biodiversity, quality landscapes as well as its rich alpine gastronomic terroir.

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Un marché Immobilier
entre international,
«petite ville» et
espace rural

Its real estate market

Greater Geneva is marked by a prolix offer at different scales, from international to “small town” and rural area. In Haute-Savoie, this territory enjoys a dynamic high standing real estate market that attracts many cross-border workers, a foreign clientele, and a national clientele that desires to preserve their quality of life.

Waterfront properties
Properties with cachet
Contemporary villa
Villa with view
Villa in a quiet area
Villa with large park
Luxury residence
High standing apartment
Apartment with

Where to live, where to invest</br>in the heart of greater Geneva

Where to live, where to invest
in the heart of greater Geneva


Cross-border cities in full expansion, they are welcoming, dynamic, and supportive. They offer easy access to Geneva: soft mobility, public transports, TRAM, Ceva. The view on the Alpine relief is very present and one can quickly reach the nature that surrounds the city.


On the surrounding hills where the prestigious real estate settles down, these highly rated residential communities are very sought after for their splendid properties with a view on the Leman Lake, architect-designed properties with vast parks and exceptional properties.

Collonges-sous-Salève, with its view of the Geneva basin and the Leman Lake, is prized by an international clientele who is looking for luxury properties with views and high standing villas for their varied architecture.


Having an immediate proximity with Switzerland, these communities belong to the cross-border agglomeration of greater Geneva. They benefit from a shared public transport service with Geneva. Veigy-Foncenex extends along the Swiss border and the Leman Lake is less than 2km away.


Where to live,
where to invest on the shores of Leman Lake


Close to the lake and the beaches, the quietness of these villages and the proximity of Geneva attract a cross-border and English-speaking clientele looking for contemporary villas on ground floor or beautiful waterfront properties.


More touristic and appreciated by a clientele of secondary residences, the medieval villages of Nernier and Yvoire offer objects with cachet close to the lake and the ports, while Excenevex or Anthy-sur-Léman offer more contemporary villas near the beaches.

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Where to live,
where to invest in the region of greater Geneva

La Vallée Verte
Located in the heart of nature, 8 communities make up the green valley of which Boëge is the largest. They are very charming little villages that have preserved their authenticity and offer a living environment connected to nature and the mountains.


Facing the Swiss Riviera, the cities of Thonon-les-Bains and Evian-les-Bains, accessible by boat, attract an international clientele in search of authenticity and high-end leisure activities.

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