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'Godzilla' El Nino Predicted for California 2015/2016 Winter Season

Riding Deep Powder on Dragon's BackThis could hopefully become what the news source states below, a very powerful "El Nino" forecasted for this coming winter.  California could receive even more copious amounts of snow than during the last official "El Nino" event we had back in 1997/1998.  

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See The Weather Channel's story about "Strong El Nino Likely" for this coming fall and early winter.  Click Here to read the full story.Wetter Than Average Winter Expected for 2015/2016 California Winter Season

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Mammoth Lakes Real Estate Market Conditions – July 31, 2015

As of today, July 31, 2015, there are a total of 209 condos, 70 homes, and 55 vacant land listings on the market in Mammoth Lakes.  At a quick glance, single family homes priced over $1 Million seem to be in higher demand vs. the condo market of which the majority is sitting.  Vacant land listings also seem to be in higher demand vs. the condo market.  Although there was a healthy demand for homes and condos over the peak winter months along with a shortage of attractive options for buyers, that demand appears to have slowed down significantly over the past few months despite the great selection of properties currently on the market.

Snowcreek Ranch Where Vacant Land Listing Has Been Reduced to $319,500It‘s surprising to see that so many properties are sitting and haven’t yet sold.  A few that come to mind are: 189 Woodcrest Trail in Snowcreek Ranch listed for $1,599,000, a vacant land listing in Snowcreek Ranch reduced to $319,500, Snowcreek IV #514 townhome listed for $749,000, The Lodges #1101 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath reduced to $614,900, and Sierra Megeve #25 (2-bedroom, 2-bath and completely remodeled) listed for $425,000.  These are just a few of the many, which come to mind that have been sitting on the market.  Although the home located at 189 Woodcrest Trail is fairly new on the market with just under a month, the setting for this home is unbeatable and could be one of the best lots in Mammoth.  It was recently brought back to the market at a far lower price than where it was listed over the winter at $1,999,999.  

Graystone Completed Golf Course Homes Zoned for Nightly Rentals...

Mammoth Lakes Real Estate Inventory Explosion July 6, 2015

Green Meadows and Golf Course at SnowcreekGreat weather continues to grace Mammoth Lakes and the Eastern Sierra.  Some much-welcome thunderstorms have been hitting almost every afternoon, bringing sporadic rain showers and slightly cooler afternoon temperatures.  Thanks to this much-needed rainfall, Mammoth is looking just beautiful with green golf courses and blooming meadows.   Speaking of the weather, the “El Nino” talk is beginning to spread with a favorable prognosis for a strong El Nino to hit this coming winter.  Read about the most current ENSO Diagnostic Discussion here. 

Along with the 4th of July fireworks came an explosion in the Mammoth Lakes real estate inventory.  Our inventory increased to 214 condos, 75 homes, and 55 lots over the weekend.  Although there was quite a bit of interest and showings for homes and condos, not much serious activity resulted.  As we get deeper into the summer season, the sales will begin to pick up and probably absorb some of the inventory.   This typically happens in August.  Although activity in the real estate...

Market Conditions and Properties in the Spotlight June 30, 2015

Mammoth Lakes Summer Thunderstorms, Green Grass and Flowers in Back CountryAs we approach the 4th of July weekend, the weather should continue to be beautiful with highs around 74 degrees and scattered afternoon thunderstorms.  The past week has brought some much-needed rainfall in the afternoons bringing out new wildflowers and greener grass around town and in the backcountry. 

Our inventory has really begun to increase, mainly in the condo sector of the real estate market.  As of today, June 30, 2015, we have 201 condos, 69 homes, and 53 vacant land listings in Mammoth Lakes.  Activity is beginning to pick up with increased website traffic, inquiries, showing appointment requests, and offers being presented.  This is customary for this time of year, and we should really see an increase in the number of pending sales (currently at only 50 for all property types in Mammoth) in the coming weeks.  There is a great selection of properties currently available on the market, but this mainly applies to condos and townhomes.  The single-family home sector of the Mammoth real estate market is still somewhat limited, or it is evident that sellers are listing their properties higher and higher.  Will buyers be willing to pay the higher prices over the summer season?  This will be interesting to see and I will provide a recap of the single-family home sales at the end of this summer. In the meantime, take a look at what Tom DiChristopher of CNBC's Realty Check has to say about the real estate market in general....

Mammoth Lakes Real Estate Market Conditions June 23, 2015

Summer Sunset Over Twin Lakes at Tamarack Lodge Mammoth LakesSummer has arrived in Mammoth Lakes.  Temperatures have been very warm over the past week or so, the Aspens are lush and green, and wildflowers are in bloom.  Summer is one of the best and most beautiful times of the year to visit Mammoth and experience all of the wonderful natural resources this mountain resort sanctuary has to offer.  Summer Horseback Riding in Mammoth LakesWhat an amazing lifestyle Mammoth Lakes provides year round for the recreational enthusiast or nature lover looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the ever-growing urban sprawl in the major Southern and Northern California cities.  Only a 5-hour drive from Los Angeles and you can escape the crowded freeways, city streets, and sidewalks to connect with this natural paradise.  Having just returned from Buenos Aires, Argentina, I found myself with a renewed appreciation and gratitude for this beautiful area I’m so fortunate to live and work in. 

When I review what is happening in the real estate market in other areas of California as well as nationwide, I have to scratch my head and wonder how such a beautiful (and small) resort area like Mammoth Lakes can still remain in relatively low demand with only slight appreciation in property values (sporadic).  ...

Properties in the Spotlight

As of today, June 1, 2015, there are a total of 181 condos, 63 homes and 51 vacant land listings on the market in the Mammoth Lakes area.  Inventory is slowly increasing as we approach the summer season, which officially kicked off on Memorial Day weekend.  Sierra Star Golf Course Memorial Day WeekendMammoth Mountain ski area is officially closed for the season, but the Sierra Star golf course is now in full swing.  The real estate market seems to be picking up with increased interest and inquiries regarding homes and condos on the market.  However, the number of properties currently in escrow remains low: Only 38 for all categories combined in the Mammoth Lakes area.  As we approach the 4th of July, pending sales and inventory typically tend to increase and with August being one of the busiest months of the year for real estate sales in Mammoth Lakes.  Interest rates remain competitive and quite low even for a second home/vacation home property at approximately 3.75% for a 30-year fixed mortgage and 5/1 adjustable rate mortgage at approximately 2.89% annual percentage rate. 

Over the past 2 weeks, there have been 49 new listings, 37 price reductions and 14 closed sales (including surrounding areas for all property categories).  Below are the Properties in the Spotlight for new inventory in Mammoth for the week of June 1, 2015.

Courchevel #18 Remodeled Kitchen with Granite & New Cabinets...

Mammoth Lakes Real Estate Market Conditions & Properties in the Spotlight

NMME SST FORECAST FROM MAY 2015As of today, Friday, May 15, 2015, the Mammoth Lakes real estate market has a total of 165 condos, 63 homes and 49 lots for sale on the Mammoth Lakes MLS.  There is only a total of 41 pending sales (properties in escrow) for the Mammoth Lakes area.  As springtime progresses, and with Memorial Day weekend just around the corner, the weather in Mammoth continues to be unsettled, which seems to have started on the Fishing day opener with the first measurable snowfall at the lower elevations in quite some time.  The 10-day forecast shows off and on rain/snow showers through Saturday, May 23rd.  While we’re on the topic of weather, take a look at this interesting May 2015 ENSO forecast blog post from the NOAA Climate.gov website.  If they are correct in their prediction of a highly likely and much overdue wet winter up ahead, California could get significant rain and the Sierra Nevada’s (where Mammoth Lakes is located) could get copious amounts of snow.  Although it is quite possible that this trend could fizzle out by next winter, let’s hope it continues and develops into a strong pattern!

Foreclosures in the Spotlight

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Lending Restrictions for Resort Area Condo Loans

As of Sunday, May 3, 2015, the Mammoth Lakes real estate market has a total of 165 condos, 60 homes and 49 vacant land active listings.  There are only 41 properties under contract (in escrow) for all property types combined within Mammoth Lakes.  This is relatively low even for this time of year.  Although there is serious demand for the right property, many buyers are waiting on the sidelines for their ideal property to come on the market.  Mainly, the single-family homes sector of the market is in high demand, but with a very limited selection of attractive or quality homes at market value.  There have been some new listings over the past few weeks, but everything seems to be listing at higher prices, and buyers are willing to be patient to see what the summer months will bring in terms of expanded inventory. 

Because it is so QUIET in town at the moment following a very early closing of most of the ski area, it is my assumption that sellers who are contemplating putting their property on the market are waiting until tourism increases.   Memorial Day weekend typically kicks off the summer season in Mammoth, but it doesn’t really get going until middle of June, and the momentum continues to build until it “peaks out” at around middle to late August (for real estate inventory and sales activity).  This would be the only explanation for the limited number of properties that are trickling onto the market following a record drought year with below average rental occupancy figures for the 2014/2015 ski season. 

Grand Sierra Lodge Condo Hotel at Village at MammothThe lending climate in Mammoth Lakes continues to be difficult for out of area lenders to tackle.  Since 2009,...

Market Conditions & Best Time to Buy in Mammoth Lakes

As of today, April 20, 2015, the Mammoth Lakes MLS shows a total of 165 condos, 62 homes and 51 vacant land listings on the market.  The Mammoth real estate market has been pretty quiet in general with a few new listings trickling onto the market, a few cancelled listings withdrawn from the MLS, and a few new pending sales.  I had expected to see an explosion of new listings starting to hit the market around this time, but that isn’t really happening.

This was our fourth consecutive drought year with the 2015/2015 season being the worst.  Perhaps sellers feel that they’ve weathered the lack of storms, a very slow to rebound resort market, and incredibly restrictive lending conditions (among other disappointments in the Town of Mammoth) over the past several years, that they can wait it out longer.  If sellers have been able to make it through all of this adversity, it’s quite possible that they will wait until demand increases or the weather changes (bringing much anticipated normal snowfall over the next few years).  If this is the case, the great deals that buyers are waiting for – reduced prices – may not materialize.  Only those sellers, who are truly motivated and need to sell, will be the select few that may discount their properties below current market value.  From what I am noticing in the MLS, we aren’t seeing drastic price reductions or a flood of new inventory.  The real estate market in Mammoth seems to be somewhat neutral at the moment.

Twin Lakes at Tamarack Lodge in Summer MonthsOne of the questions that buyers frequently ask is when the best time of year to buy property in Mammoth is.  It used to be between April and mid-summer, which is when inventory...

Market Review & Properties in the Spotlight

As of today, April 2, 2015, the Mammoth Lakes real estate market has a total of 54 homes, 161 condos, and 48 lots on the market.  There are not very many properties in escrow at this time, only 51 total, which includes “pending”, “back-up” and “contingent short sale” classifications.  

With the closing of Eagle Lodge and Canyon Lodge soon to follow, the weather seems to be changing into a mild winter with a projected storm on the way next week, which should be cold enough to bring snow.  There has been much discussion on the news about the non-existent snow pack in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, which is at the lowest in history, along with strict water rationing on the way for the state of California.  Some people are quite concerned that it will never snow again, while others don’t seem to mind and remain interested in owning property in Mammoth.  It has been a strange winter, and in noticing various different species of birds never seen in the area before (along with other parts of California), this could be an indication of possible weather change in the coming months/year.  This has been noticeable not only to me, but to many other people I’ve spoken with lately.  In correlation with animal behavior, although this is hopeful speculation on my part, I have a feeling that the weather is going to change bringing increased precipitation over the late spring, summer and following through into next fall and winter.  Maybe we’ll end up getting enough snow over the next couple of winters to end the drought.  Because the weather has been shifting to such extremes (world-wide), when the weather shifts again, we will most likely have some very intense storms, and Mammoth Mountain will be a winter wonderland again.  This has been the case throughout history.  ...

Mammoth Lakes Market Conditions & Properties in the Spotlight

Eagle Express at Little Eagle During a Normal Snow YearThe Town of Mammoth Lakes appears to be heading into the shoulder season a lot sooner than in previous years.  It feels very quiet in town, along with reduced activity in the real estate market (overall).  Eagle Express (chair 15) has closed for the season due to lack of snow and warm temperatures.  Canyon Express (chair 16) is still running for the time being.  The Mammoth “Cali4nia” passes are now on sale for the 2015/2016 ski season for $689.00, which includes a $100 resort credit.  The pass is good for Mammoth Mountain, June Mountain, Bear Mountain and Snow Summit ski areas.  Coming out of one of the worst drought years on record for Mammoth, I’m going to be optimistic in saying that it can’t get much worse than this.  I am hopeful that next ski season will bring normal snowfall to the Sierra Nevada range, which will help chip away at the severe drought conditions.  NASA reported last week that California has 1 year left of water (at the current levels).   We need the snow to fall in copious amounts not only for recreation, but most important, drinking water and farming. 

As of today, March 24, 2015, there are a total of 162 condos, 55 homes and 49 lots on the market.  During the past week, there were a total of 10 new escrows and pending sales combined and...

Properties in the Spotlight – Mammoth Lakes Real Estate

Mammoth Mountain Ski AreaDuring the past week, the Mammoth Lakes Real Estate market has seen an explosion in new listings with a total of 24 from Monday, March 9th until Sunday, March 15th.  Most of these new listings have been condos with a few single-family homes.  It isn’t surprising that we are seeing so many new listings hit the market this early after such a dismal ski season.  Typically, we don’t see this volume of new listings until after Canyon and Eagle Lodges close for the winter (usually around mid-April), although, that might happen very soon….  Compared with last season, if this “listing” trend continues, it’s apparent that there will be much more inventory and a great selection for buyers to choose from in the coming months.  To read about what’s going on in the real estate market nationwide, be sure to visit “Realty Check” by Diana Olick. 

Below are my property recommendations for the week: Properties in the Spotlight. 

The Lodges #1203 Living Room & Great RoomThe Lodges #1203 listed for $665,000: This luxurious, yet rustic, 2-bedroom, 2.5-bath condo with an attached one-car garage, and 1,856 square feet of living space, sits right on the Snowcreek Golf Course.  This is one of only 3 Plan 1 models in Snowcreek's "The Lodges" with golf course frontage. Extraordinary mountain, golf course and lake views can be seen from almost every room of this single-level, ground-floor...

Mammoth Lakes Market Conditions & Featured Properties of the Week

The Mammoth Lakes real estate market had an increase of 15 new listings, 11 price reductions and 6 closed sales for the past week. 

1 Creek Lane Craftsman Style House Backing to MeadowNew listings ranged in price from $135,000 for an upgraded studio at the St. Moritz condos complex up to $1,300,000 for a Craftsman style home in Old Mammoth located at 1 Creek Lane.  This property is located on one of Mammoth’s most coveted neighborhoods, and backs to the Snowcreek Meadow Preserve and flowing creeks.  The recently completed town bike trail system is connected by the new bridge at the Majestic Pines cul-de-sac over to the end of Waterford Street, which is where the Creek Lane property is located (corner of Waterford and Creek Lane).  A summary of the new listings this past week include 1 duplex in the Sierra Valley Sites neighborhood, 2 single family homes, and the rest being condos. 

101 Northstar Circle Luxury Home on Sierra Star Golf CourseThere were a total of 11 price reductions for the period, mostly in the condo sector of the Mammoth real estate market.  Some of these noteworthy price reductions are: Mammoth West #106, 2-bedroom, 2-bath townhouse at the base of Canyon Lodge, which was reduced to $265,000, Meadowridge #12, remodeled 2-bedroom, 3-bath town house across the street from the Sierra Star golf course and .5 miles to the base of Eagle Express chairlift, was reduced down to $369,000, White Mountain Lodge #2421, 2-bedroom, 2-bath on the 4th floor in the Village at Mammoth was reduced down to $449,500, Mammoth...

Properties in the Spotlight – This Week’s Recommendations

As of today, February 24, 2015, there are a total of 151 condos, 50 homes, and 47 vacant land listings on the market in Mammoth Lakes.  During the past week, there were a total of 12 price reductions, several extended listings and a couple of “back on markets”:   A Grand Sierra Lodge 2-bedroom condo listed for $449,000 on the 2nd floor, and a Westin studio unit on the 6th floor (with south-facing views overlooking the pool and mountains) listed for $249,000.  Clearly, the lack of snow this ski season has been somewhat of a disappointment for many people, including visitors, prospective buyers and sellers.  The visible increase in new listings and price reductions over the past couple of weeks definitely shows some motivation from sellers who have decided to list or reduce their asking prices sooner than the typical spring time period after Canyon and Eagle lodges close for the season.     

Fly fishing in the Mammoth Lakes areaWith that said, interest continues to remain very high in Mammoth Lakes real estate.  Buyers are still actively looking at properties online, making inquiries and scheduling showing appointments.  Even though we’ve been through a few drought years, there is still some snow to ski on and it doesn’t change how beautiful this area is and all of the wonderful recreational opportunities it provides.  Everything cycles in life, including the weather.  This drought cycle will come to an end and it will snow heavily in Mammoth Lakes again.  So, we all just have to wait it out and in the meantime, enjoy the beautiful weather!  Check out the Mammoth Lakes Chamber of...

Mammoth Lakes Homes for Sale: Top 5 Recommendations of the Week

For the week of February 16, 2015, the MLS currently shows a total of 50 homes on the market in Mammoth Lakes only, ranging in price between $329,000 in the Sierra Valley Sites I subdivision up to $6,500,000 for a luxury home in the Bluffs. 

SOLD THIS WEEK 557 MAJESTIC PINES FRONT OF HOMEOver the past seven days, there were a total of three closed sales for single family homes in Mammoth: 688 Majestic Pines in the Mammoth Vista III subdivision sold for $915,000 @ $379.50 per square foot (PSF), 557 Majestic Pines, also in the Mammoth Vista III, subdivision sold for $1,425,000 @ $373.92 PSF, and 285 Juniper Road in the Juniper Ridge subdivision, which sold for $2,875,000 @ $663.21 PSF.  Juniper Ridge is Mammoth’s only true “ski-in, ski-out” luxury residential neighborhood, which also offers 180-degree spectacular mountain views. 

The following are my top 5 recommendations of the week for Mammoth Lakes homes for sale:

1428 MAJESTIC PINES LOG HOME1428 Majestic Pines: This 3 & loft, 2-bath with a 2-car garage is listed for $665,000/$353 per square foot.  This cute log home has a convenient location with shuttle bus access...

Mammoth Lakes Condos for Sale: Review of Developments with Oversupply of Inventory

1849 Condos Development at base of Canyon LodgeAs of today, February 9, 2015, there are a total of 149 condos on the market in Mammoth Lakes.  It’s pretty unusual to have the inventory climb during the middle of winter/ski season, which is typically the time of year when inventory tends to be at its lowest based on historical averages. 

In reviewing the inventory numbers for late summer of 2014, there were a total of 140 condos on the market during the middle of August, and only a small increase from that number over Labor Day weekend to 146 condos.  Labor Day weekend tends to mark the peak of the inventory for the condo market.  We will usually see a sharp decrease in inventory as we approach ski season, as many condo owners will hold onto their units to capitalize on potential rental income.  However, this has been an unprecedented drought year – the worst drought year on record so far for Mammoth Lakes/Mammoth Mountain ski area.  So, it isn’t surprising to see the condo inventory growing.  If this lack of snowfall continues, it will be interesting to see what the inventory may grow to after Canyon and Eagle Lodges close for the season (usually around April 15th), which is usually when you see the condo inventory grow. 

Village at Mammoth Condos PlazaIn general, the condos at the ...

Mammoth Lakes Homes for Sale – Market Trends & Property Recommendations

506 JOHN MUIR ROADAs of today, February 3, 2015, the Mammoth Lakes single family residence inventory is down to only 50 homes on the market.  There were a total of 7 closed residential sales in the month of January.   The most noteworthy sales were:  506 John Muir, which listed for $4,950,000, and sold three weeks after it hit the market for $4,250,000/$621 PSF, cash, and 7-day escrow.  60 Starwood, which originally listed for $1,950,000, after a series of price reductions, sold for $1,730,000/$480 PSF with conventional financing.60 STARWOOD DRIVE    

There are currently a total of 16 pending residential sales ranging in list price from $499,000 up to $2,999,000.  Out of the 16 pending sales, 5 homes are priced between $499,000 and $699,000; 4 homes priced between $849,000 and $995,500; 5 homes priced between $1,100,000 and $1,500,000; and the remaining two are priced at $2,495,000 (155 Hillside Drive, across the street from Grand Sierra Lodge) and $2,999,999 (285 Juniper Road at Juniper Ridge). 

147 JUNIPER ROADIt appears that the upper end of the market has interest and support.  We haven’t seen a sale close over $4 Million in several years…  Actually, the last sale to close at $4,000,000 was 147 Juniper Road (the yellow house on the ski slope at Eagle Express, which has recently undergone an exterior facelift) on February 27, 2008.  The lack of snow and limited skiing doesn’t seem to be stopping interested buyers.  The town’s...

2014 Mammoth Lakes Real Estate Market Review

Village at Mammoth CondosThe Mammoth Lakes real estate market seems to have quieted down in 2014 compared with 2013.  In the homes, condos and lots categories, there were a total of 350 closed sales from January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014.  In comparison, 2013 had a total of 462 closed sales for the same period in all 3 categories combined.  This represents a 24% decrease year over year in closed transactions.  Below is a breakdown by year for days on market, list prices and closed sales prices for homes, condos and lots.    

2014 – Days on Market and List Prices
In 2014, collectively for all three categories, the average days on market were 169, highest days on market: 2296, lowest number of days on market: 0, and median days on market were 99.  The average list price was $467,208, highest: $3,750,000, lowest: $89,000, median: $359,450 and total combined list price for all 3 categories was $163,522,973. 

2013 – Days on Market and List Prices
In 2013, collectively for all three categories, the average days on market were 172, highest days on market: 1765, lowest number of days on market: 0, and median days on market were 105.  The average list price was $435,741, highest: $2,750,000, lowest: $72,000, median: $332,250 and total combined list price for all 3 categories was $201,312,471. 

2014 Closed Sales Data
In 2014, the average closed sales price was $443,565, highest closed sale: $3,250,000, lowest closed sale: $90,000, median closed sales: $350,000 and a total combined closed sales volume of $155,247,762.  This represents a 20% drop in closed sales volume compared with 2013. ...

Mammoth Lakes Real Estate Listings Showcase

Currently, the Mammoth Lakes MLS has a total of 138 condos on the market priced between $120,400 and $1,399,000. 

Below are my top 5 recommendations for the week:

The Bridges Townhomes ExteriorThe Bridges T27 Town HouseThis is a 4 & loft, 4-bath with sweeping mountain and valley views towards the east.  Listed for $998,000, this spacious town home consists of 4 levels and has 2,450 SF with an attached 1-car garage.  The sellers have done a spectacular job on the remodel.  From the flooring up to the ceiling, everything has been upgraded with high quality materials and fixtures.  Located adjacent to the ski slopes at Eagle Express, this is a fantastic rental property with a floor plan that accommodates large groups well.  There are two master suites and two guest bedrooms.  Monthly HOA dues are $592.00. 

Sonenalp Luxury Townhomes Interior of Great RoomSonenalp #4 Luxury Condo This is a top floor, single level, spacious luxury condo priced at $725,000.  The floor plan is great for families with a spacious great room and kitchen for entertaining, master suite and two guest bedrooms with 3 baths.  The location of this 4-unit luxury development is just a short walk to the base of Canyon Lodge. ...

Mammoth Lakes Condos for Sale – This Week’s Top 5 Recommendations

There are currently a total of 134 condos on the market in Mammoth Lakes with the lowest list price of $126,700 for a Conestogas studio & loft bank-owned unit and the highest list price for a Juniper Crest, 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath with attached 2-car garage at $1,399,000.  Out of the 134 condos on the Mammoth Lakes MLS, there are a total of 45 condos listed between $126,700 and $300,000, 45 condos listed between $300,000 and $500,000, 23 condos listed between $500,000 and $800,000, and 21 condos listed between $800,000 and $1,399,000. 

Out of the current inventory of active condo listings, below are my top 5 choices/ recommendations of the week:

1849 #103 Remodeled Condo Interior1849 I # 103: $499,000.  This completely remodeled 2-bedroom, 2-bath condo located in phase I of the 1849 condos complex features 1,150 SF of living space, 1-car underground parking, steps from Canyon Lodge, amazing views of the ski area, enclosed patio, which provides passive solar heat, new appliances, EPA wood-burning fireplace insert, washer and dryer in the unit and more.  The unit is being sold furnished.  The sellers are currently renting the unit through VRBO.com with great rental income history.  Monthly HOA dues are $621.  Turn-key and ready to go! 

Hidden Valley #42 Beautifully Remodeled Condo...

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