Ski pad on a budget?
If you were to design the ultimate ski pad would it be an igloo at the base of the ski area? Or a studio condo in town within walking distance to restaurants? Or a tiny cabin in the woods with a tiny yard for your dog?
The igloo idea seems interesting to me only if it could be slopeside -wake up, roll over and ski powder. Of course hot showers, bathrooms and cooking facilities would have to be near by-you have to have your basics. If you actually Google “Best Igloos” you will be amazed at the versatility. “short term housing”.
Ok not practical but I like this idea for Then spring/summer comes and it melts away just like the seasonal ski bum.
Compact and Efficient Condos
In doing some research I found an interesting project that suits this idea “ski pad on a budget” soon to break ground on a in Mammoth Lakes, California. The property will offer future buyers the opportunity to live within walking distance of the gondola and The Village at Mammoth, a four-season destination, and one of the country’s top ski resorts with one of the longest ski seasons in North America.
The condos are compact and efficient at 410-629 sq.ft. and affordable for about $300,000.-great ski pads On a Budget.
I think this would be a great project for Heavenly Ski Resort or Kirkwood. Great ski hideouts at a low price and very low maintenance. As we saw this week in Tahoe it is a full-time job as least temporarily doing snow removal. I know I spent countless hours pushing, pulling and throwing snow. Even an igloo would have been buried this week.
What is your ideal ski retreat? Let me know and maybe we I can help you find it. I’m a Realtor here in South Lake Tahoe, CA and NV. Jennifer Fortune, 530-318-9286, firstname.lastname@example.org and find me on the web at realestateonlaketahoe.com