Transactions: May/June 2000

Mountain Life
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Mountain Life

Snowshoe, W.Va.

A 978-square-foot condo at the slopeside Highland House development. There are 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, a fireplace and decks. Owners enjoy loads of amenities, including gated parking, health club facilities, rooftop hot tubs, ski lockers, ski-in/ski-out access and more.

List Price

$306,900

Sale Price

$306,900

Time on Market

One day

Listing Broker

Rebecca B. Furbee, Intrawest Snowshoe Development, Snowshoe, (888) 489-1942;

www.snowshoemtn.com

Market Comment

Highland House is currently under construction, with a June 2000 projected opening. The first day the development was on the market 46 percent of total inventory sold, totaling $7 million. Expected sell-out of the remaining inventory is slated for spring 2000.

Snowbird, Utah
A 3,200-square-foot private residence north of Little Cottonwood Creek between Snowbird and Alta ski areas. This world-class ski home has 3 bedrooms, 4 baths, a large family room, an enormous deck and a caretaker's apartment. It boasts expansive views of the ski areas and is just a 2-minute drive from both Snowbird and Alta.
List Price $725,000
Sale Price $710,000
Time on Market 10 months
Listing Broker Cottonwood Canyon Realty, Snowbird, (888) 453-7122; www.cottonwoodcanyonrealty.com
Market Comment There will be no more construction in Cottonwood Canyon once Powder Ridge is completed; therefore inventory is going quickly. In addition, because the canyon is 90 percent Forest Service land, its limited market remains very steady.

Whistler/Blackcomb, B.C.
A new fully furnished 807-square-foot condominium at the Lost Lake Lodge. It has 2 bedrooms, 2 baths and is a 10-minute walk to the lifts. Amenities include access to a swimming pool, lake, golf course and cross-country skiing trails.
List Price $299,000
Sale Price $295,000
Time on Market 10 months
Listing Broker Warren McLeod, Whistler Real Estate Co., Ltd., Whistler, (800) 667-2993; www.wrec.com
Market Comment The market at Whistler/Blackcomb is very active because of the low Canadian dollar. Buyers seem to be primarily from the U.S., Hong Kong and Great Britain.