One of the desires I often hear from residential buyers is that they don’t want to be on “busy streets.” Oddly, in Mammoth being located on a busy street can be a blessing in heavy winters. Busy streets are often “Priority One” roads in Mammoth and get plowed by the Town first (and most). Living on a remote street can mean “not getting out” in heavy blizzard periods. Two winters ago I had friends that didn’t “get out” for days. It really isn’t that uncommon. But some buyers are just looking for peace and quiet. Others envision their kids or dogs wandering out into the street. So here is a residential location on a small street that almost now one travels on. The Majestic Pines neighborhood is surrounded by Eagle Base, the Sierra Star golf course and the Village area. So the location is perfect. Majestic Pines is an apt name. This is a classic 1970’s built home, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Uniquely, it is on an oversized lot that will allow for all sorts of remodel/development opportunities. The are $1M+ homes all around. A new owner could build an outrageously large garage with a master bedroom and kitchen to the rear. And under new state affordable housing guidelines an ADU (granny unit) could be easily be added (the rent could pay your property taxes). Or a new owner could just make some minor updates and have a wonderful cabin with open space, sun and views. T existing home has a metal roof, updated dual pane windows, pellet fireplace and side-by-side washer/dryer.