Single family homes in Mammoth remain very popular despite the fact they can’t be rented on a nightly basis. And some people just don’t want to own condos. But with the entry level homes right around $600,000 it is hard to find good value in the lower range homes. Most potential buyers are looking for quieter residential streets and conventional construction(right angles) and homes that already have garages or have enough room to add a garage. And the <$1M homes have been built through a variety of eras that also reflect different levels of construction quality. So here is a home that was built right around 1980. That was good era for construction; real estate values were very high in Mammoth and good materials were used. Materials like wood encasement windows, solid core doors, solid beams, etc.. This home has 3 bedrooms and a den that has bunk beds and a freestanding woodstove. The home has 3 full bathrooms. It also has an oversized garage with an extra work/storage room. The home was retrofitted with forced air gas heating and also has a woodburning fireplace in the living room. It has a great deck with Sherwin and down valley views; perfect for hanging out or sitting in the spa. It also has a large south facing atrium that can be used to capture solar heat or would make a great greenhouse. All in slightly less than 2,000 square feet, so efficient with solid utility. And Silver Tip Lane is a quiet residential location between Eagle Base and the Village.
Listed at $839,000