I talk plenty about the low-end of the condo market here in Mammoth. Values have risen driven by the demand for local resident housing, second homeowner “crashpads” and units for Airbnb-type rentals. But most of these low-end condos are older properties (mostly from the 1970’s era) that were just designed as weekend getaway spots. So here is one from the mid-2000’s that was actually designed to be lived in. It has a 1-car garage with extra storage units inside the garage and outside of the garage, a washer/dryer, forced air gas heat (no wood), and low HOA fees. This is an efficient and affordable 2 bedroom / 1 bath upstairs condo. This is perfect for local living or as a crashpad, but no nightly rentals are allowed. Most of the property has fresh paint and new vinyl plank flooring so it is ready to move into. It is also steps to the Green Line shuttle or an easy walk into the Old Mammoth commercial corridor. Sold unfurnished but with refrigerator and washer/dryer.
Listed at $359,000