The Chateau Blanc complex was built in 1970 and is located at 3199 Chateau Rd., Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546. There are 30 total units that are all 3 bedroom/ 2 bath floorplans with HOA dues at approximately $530 per month (as of 2017). Amenities include a pool, spa, and sauna and each unit features an attached single car garage. HOA dues include earthquake insurance, which not all complexes carry.
Low: $264,900 in 2009 (foreclosure)
High: $560,000 in 2006
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Chateau Sierra is a complex of 31 units located at 3170 Chateau Rd. All units are 3 bedroom/ 2 bath with an attached single car garage. Amenities of this complex include a pool, spa, and sauna, as well as being on the red line shuttle route for easy access to skiing. The in-town location offers a short walk to shopping, restaurants, and Vons grocery store. HOA Dues are approx. $400/mo. in 2017.
Low: $277,500 in 2012
High: $635,000 in 2006
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Chateau de Montagne (French for “Mountain”) is a condo complex located at 3251 Chateau Rd in Mammoth Lakes, CA. The complex was built in 1971 and consists of 48 units. There are two floorplans to choose from; a 4 bedroom 3 bath unit, or a 3 bedroom 2 bath + single car garage unit. Amenities include a pool, spa, and sauna, as well as easy access to skiing on the red line shuttle route. Monthly HOA dues also include water and cable television.
High: $725,000 in 2006 for a 4 bedroom unit
Low: $295,000 in 2011 for a 3 bedroom unit
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The Krystal Villa West complex is located at 134 Laurel Mountain Road in Mammoth Lakes, a short walk to a red line bus stop, restaurants, and shopping. There are 34 total units built in 1967 with one bedroom or one bedroom + loft floor plans. Most 1+Lofts have 2 full bathrooms. Amenities for the complex include a pool, spa, and on-site laundry facilities. The complex tends to have more full time owners and tenants than vacation rentals.
HOA dues for the 1+Loft floorplans are approx. $383/mo in 2017.
Low: $84,000 for 1 bedroom in 2010 (foreclosure)
High: $310,00 for a 1+Loft in 2006
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Sunflower is a small complex consisting of ten townhomes located at 2436 Sierra Nevada Road. You can choose between a 2 or 3 bedroom floor plan in this quiet complex in the center of town. Each unit includes a single car attached garage. Zoning is RMF-2, which should allow nightly rentals.
Low: $185,000 in 2013
High: $452,000 in 2007
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The Mammoth Estates complex consists of 78 units located at 221 Canyon Blvd. The complex is an easy walk to shopping and dining at the Village at Mammoth, plus the Village Gondola with access to Canyon Lodge. Built in 1968, the project offers four floorplans ranging from studio units to four bedroom units. There are many amenities including a pool, spa, sauna, rec room, and laundry facilities. Mammoth Estates has its own on-site nightly rental management, to make vacation rentals a breeze. Monthly HOA dues include cable television and high speed internet.
Low: $190,000 for a studio in 2015
High: $680,000 for a 4-bedroom in 2008
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L’Abri is the word for “shelter” in French, and this small condo complex is the perfect place to call home. Located at 176 Laurel Mountain Road and consisting of only 12 units, this complex is quiet and cozy. Each unit is a 2 bedroom, 2 bath floor plan and is a short walk to a Red line bus stop as well as restaurants and coffee shops along Main St. and Old Mammoth Rd. Turnover in this complex is very low so you can really get to know your neighbors! Monthly HOA dues of $350 include water, sewer, trash, snow removal, and common area maintenance and insurance. Please note that this complex does NOT allow nightly rentals.
There have only been 2 sales in L’Abri in the last ten years, at $165,000 in 2011 and at $180,000 in 2010. Both sales were distressed (foreclosure or short sale).
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The St. Moritz complex consists of 80 units at 2252 Meridian Blvd. Built in 1976, the project offers five floor plans ranging from a 389 sq. ft. studio to a 1475 sq. ft. 3 bedroom + loft unit. The complex is on the Green line bus route to Eagle Lodge. Other amenities include a pool, spa, sauna, game room, and barbecue area.
Low: $62,525 for a studio foreclosure in 2011
High: $495,000 for a 3+Loft in 2004
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Sierra Manors is a large complex conveniently located in the center of town at 165 Old Mammoth Road. Walk to restaurants (Roberto’s, Rafter’s) and shopping and take the red line bus to Mammoth Mountain. Built in 1969, there are 148 units with 6 floorplans to choose from ranging from approximately 700 sq. ft. to 1400 sq. ft. Amenities include a pool, spa, sauna, and game room.
If you look at a downstairs end unit, be sure to have someone walk up the exterior stairs to test out the noise.
HOA Dues in 2017 are approx. $287/mo for 1-bedrooms, $387/mo for 1+Lofts.
Low: $69,000 for a 1 bedroom foreclosure in 2011
High: $539,000 for a 3 bedroom in 2006
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The Timber Ridge condominiums are located at 671 John Muir Rd. with an amazing ski-in-ski-out location. There are 54 total units with several floor plan options. Amenities include a pool, spa, sauna, rec room, and laundry facilities. Each unit comes with a garage (some attached and some detached).
This is the highest condo complex in Mammoth in terms of elevation! Perfect for building up your red blood cell count if you are in to endurance sports! But the location is not for the faint of hear…you probably should own a good 4-wheel drive vehicle to make it up John Muir Rd during storms. And the older firefighters in town refer to Timberridge as “Cinder Ridge” in reference to the 1992 Rainbow Fire that threatened to come over Mammoth Pass and burn down structures (Timber Ridge being one of the first in the line of fire).
HOA dues are in the low $600/mo range as of 2017. And many of the units have chosen “101 Great Escapes” as their rental company of choice.
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