View of courtyard with a fountain and a house in the background

House, Dardagny, SFr5.5mn ($6.25mn)

Where In the wine-growing village of Dardagny, near the Allondon river, about a 20-minute drive west of Geneva airport.

What A seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom house dating back to the late 18th century. The interior has been extensively renovated in the past 10 years, but retains much of its period charm. There is a climate-controlled wine cellar and various outbuildings.

Why The property is on a plot of about 2,350 sq m including terraces, an outdoor swimming pool, a stone fountain and mature fruit trees.

Who Cardis Immobilier Sotheby’s International Realty

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Penthouse, Eaux-Vives, SFr6.48mn

Where In the centre of Geneva, within walking distance of several museums and galleries including the Museum of Art and History, and less than a half-hour walk from Gare de Genève.

What A two-storey penthouse apartment with 160 sq m of internal space including a bedroom, two bathrooms and 360-degree views taking in Lake Geneva, Mont Blanc and St Pierre Cathedral.

Why The apartment is on the top two floors of the Immeuble Clarté, a 1932 Modernist building designed by Le Corbusier which is designated a Unesco world heritage site. A spiral staircase leads to a 150 sq m private roof terrace and the light-filled rooms are supported by a series of steel columns.

Who John Taylor Genève

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House, Vandoeuvres, SFr5.9mn

Where In Vandoeuvres, a neighbourhood just east of the lake that has a rural feel while being just a few kilometres from central Geneva.

What A villa with 350 sq m of living space including four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The ground-floor living area opens on to a south-facing terrace with a swimming pool and pool house.

Why The property’s location has been dubbed Geneva’s Beverly Hills, with local property owners including Robbie Williams and tennis player Henri Leconte.

Who Rousseau No 5

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Apartment, Eaux-Vives, SFr1.29mn

Where In the lively Eaux-Vives district, which has green spaces including Parc des Eaux-Vives and Parc de Malagnou. There is a bus stop a few steps from the property, with a direct route to the city centre that takes less than five minutes.

What A one-bedroom, 70 sq m apartment in a historic building. Large windows in the open-plan living area look out on to the street and its Haussmannian-style apartment buildings.

Why The central location, less than 200 metres from the southern shore of Lake Geneva.

Who Engel & Völkers Geneva

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Apartment, Malombré, SFr6.69mn

Where In central Geneva, between the districts of Plainpalais and Eaux-Vives. The green space of Parc Alfred Bertrand is a five-minute walk away.

What The apartment spans the whole fourth floor of the building with more than 370 sq m of space. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, one of which features a sauna, plus a fourth bedroom that’s currently used as a dressing room.

Why The property has a 39 sq m covered terrace and, for an added price, the use of a wine cellar.

Who John Taylor Genève 

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