The Village at Squaw Valley
The Village at Squaw Valley is located at the base of the world famous Squaw Valley USA ski area, host of the 1960 Winter Olympic Games.
Developed by Intrawest and listed in the December 2007, The Village at Squaw Valley was named one of Conde Nast Traveler magazine’s “Top 50 Ski Hotels in North America”. This quaint European style village with restaurants, shops, art galleries and night clubs on the pedestrian level, and 286 condominiums above, offers a unique multi season vacation experience. The one, two and three bedroom condominiums are fully furnished, have decks and full kitchens. This quaint European style village with restaurants, shops, art galleries and night clubs on the pedestrian level, and 286 condominiums above, offers a unique multi season vacation experience. The one, two and three bedroom condominiums are fully furnished, have decks and full kitchens. They are owned as vacation homes and most owners participate in the rental program. Sale prices range from $249,000 to $1,850,000 depending on size, floor level and view.
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The Village was built in two phases;
First Ascent is the first phase of the Village and is about location, it is closest to the lifts. It is Buildings 1,2 & 3 on the Village Map. Construction of this phase started in the summer of 2000 and the first occupancy was News Years of 2002. This is ski-in/ski-out at it’s best. If you want first tracks, KT 22, Red Dog, the Funitel and the Cable Car are steps from your door. Nothing is between you and the mountain.
The original developer offering of 137, one, two and three bedroom condominiums in First Ascent sold out during a April 2000 presale sales event in six hours. The average sales price was $525,000. There are currently resale condominiums for sale at significantly lower prices.
22 Station is the second phase. It is Buildings 4 & 5 on the map. Intrawest named it “The Gateway to Adventure.” Construction of this phase started in 2001 and occupancy began in 2003. It has to be extraordinary. Its namesake is one of the most famous ski mountains in North America – KT22.
A cascading mountain stream at the entrance of 22 Station, inspired by nearby Shirley Canyon, is where the experience starts. As you pass under the majestic Gateway Arch, with suspended glass walkway overhead, you leave the cares and worries of the outside world behind and enter the world of Squaw Valley USA. The contemporary craftsman style of 22 Station, brings cutting edge excitement to mountain design. Using traditional materials in fresh, innovative ways creates a dynamic presence. Note the stone, concrete and wood detail, the angular timbers fastened with iron hardware and the generous use of glass.
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