San Sierra is a condominium complex built in 1972 with a total of 32 units. These units are located close to Mammoth Village which means there is dining and shopping within walking distance. Located in the Mammoth Village is the ski resort gondola, so an easy walk to the gondola and you are on the slopes.
Home owner association amenities include: Sauna, Spa and laundry facilities. HOA fees range from $450-$650. The blue line shuttle is within steps to San Sierra complex offering easy access to the entire town.
In the last 15 years, the highest sold San Sierra condo went for $480,000 (August 2018) and the lowest sold for $155,000 (November 2014).
San Sierra Complex Map
Ski Run Villas are located near the Juniper Springs Area and Canyon Lodge. 11 totals units built in 1982 each with a garage for private parking. There is an adjacent forested area which gives space for summer activities with children or dogs.
Ski Run incorporates a 3 bedroom plus loft town home design which means nobody living above or below you. These properties are bordered by a bike path which means easy access to Mammoth and the great outdoors.
In the last 15 years the highest priced Ski Run Villas Unit was sold for $685,000( September 2020) and the lowest for $370,000 (October 2010).
Ski Run Villas Map
Mammoth Lofts are a small condo complex of only 8 units at 436 Old Mammoth Rd. in Mammoth Lakes, CA. All units are studio + loft floorplans built in 2004 with monthly HOA dues around $295 (as of 2018). They’ve got a cool downtown industrial loft vibe and some good views. However, half are apparently deed-restricted (for affordable housing purposes) and nightly rentals are not allowed at the complex. Although the zoning allows for nightly rentals, the CC&R’s do not. The sizes range from 575 – 715 sqft.
Sales Extremes (2004-2018):
Low: $109,500 in 2012
High: $345,000 in 2007
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Mother Nature has been flirting with us here in Mammoth and has given us a nice little dusting (actually more than a dusting) to whet our appetites for the upcoming winter. It’s been a stunning summer and fall here in Mammoth Lakes and we’re all hoping for another good winter to follow last season.
As far as the real estate market goes, it has remained steady. As typically happens this time of year, we have seen condo inventory fall as properties go into escrow and those that haven’t sold decide to hang on for one more year and pull their properties off the market. The number of condos on the market at one point this summer got up to around 170 and we are now at 129 condos on the market. Properties that are priced well seem to be selling and we are even getting multiple offers in certain situations (not all). There are currently 38 condos in escrow. We think it’s fair to say that it’s neither a buyer’s nor a seller’s market but rather a good market for both…again, as long as the properties are well priced. To put these numbers in perspective, at one point in the last decade or so we had well over 300 condos listed for sale. At another point (at the peak when properties were being purchase sight unseen) we were down to about 35 or so.
Single family homes aren’t seeing as much activity but are still moving if priced well. We currently have 64 single family homes on the market and 11 homes in escrow. There are definitely some good deals to be had and we’re seeing some locals try to get into the real estate market as first time home buyers or even upgrading from a condo or smaller home. If you already own a home in Mammoth, time to make sure your heat is turned up to prevent pipes from freezing.
With the Mountain opening day right around the corner, it’s time to make sure you’ve got your equipment ready to go! And THINK SNOW!!!!!!
Mammoth View Villas is located near the Village. The complex was built in 1974 with a total of 50 units and shares a driveway with Canyon Ski & Racquet Condo Complex. The complex was built in 1974 with a total of 50 units and Complex amenities include a Jacuzzi, Sauna, and Recreation room.
Floor plan and Sale Stats:
Studio/ 1 Bath High: $205,000 May 2005 Low: $90,000 February 2012
Studio + Loft/ 2 Bath High: $330,000 May 2005 Low: $187,500 February 2011
1 Bed/ 1 Bath High: $340,000 November 2005 Low: $90,000 August 2012
2 + Loft/ 2 Bath High: $485,000 May 2005 Low: $212,500 November 2011
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Tyrolean Village was built from 1967-1970 with a total of 56 units. This complex has a great location for both Summer and Winter activities. The Mammoth trolly has a stop just steps from your door taking you to the Village and around town. Also, Lake Mary Road provides dirrect access to the lakes basin. The complex is located in-between Eagle Lodge and Canyon Lodge Ski Area and is surrounded by residential homes in the Majestic Pines neighborhood.
Floor Plan Sales Stats:
2 Bed 2 Bath – Low: $143,100 October 2012 High: $435,000 October 2005
3 Bed 2 Bath – Low: $242,155 August 2005 High: $430,000 September 2005
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Bigwood Condos are located near the Sierra Star Golf Course and the Majestic Pine neighborhoods. The complex was completed in 1974 with a total of 109 units. Amenities include a pool, spa, and a sauna; and each unit has a 1 car detached garage.
Floor Plans (and sales history 2004-2016) include:
– 1 Bed / 1 Bath @ 671 sqft. (High: $382,000 in April 2007, Low: $98,000 in June 2010)
– 1+Loft / 2 Bath @ 950 sqft. (High: $445,000 in November 2006, Low: $162,000 in February 2011)
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Maps of all complexes are found at www.MammothRealtyMaps.com
Mammoth Creek Condos are located off of Old Mammoth near the Mammoth Creek Park. The project was built in 1976 with a total of 60 units. Condo amenities include a pool, spa, sauna and a recreation room. The project also is located next to a stream with a wide grassy area. Enjoy fishing, and lounging on the premises. You can directly access the Mammoth Creek Park from the condominiums as well as the Mammoth Town loop bike trail.
Floor Plans include:
- 1 Bed / 1 Bath (833 sqft.)
- 2 Bed/ 2 Bath (1100 sqft.)
- 2 + Loft 2.5 Bath (1483 sqft.)
Sales History (2004-2016):
1 Bed / 1 Bath
- High: $457,500 (March 2006)
- Low: $154,000 (June 2015)
2 Bed / 2 Bath:
- High: $620,000 (May 2006)
- Low: $210,000 (September 2012)
2 + Loft / 2.5 Bath:
- High: $637,500 (February 2006)
- Low: $265,000 (July 2013)
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Sunrise Condos is located near the Town and Old Mammoth. It was built in 1980 with a total of 51 units. Amenities include a Pool, Spa, Sauna, and Laundry. It is a short walk to the Mammoth Creek Park & Playground and with direct access to the Mammoth town loop bike path.
Floor plans range from:
- 1 Bed / 1 Bath (800 sqft.)
- 1 +Loft / 2 bath (1100 sqft.)
Sales History (2004-2016):
1 Bed / 1 Bath:
- High: $437,000 (October 2006)
- Low: $185,000 (May 2004)
1 + Loft / 2 Bath:
- High: $601,000 (Aug 2004)
- Low: $223,000 (May 2013)
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