Northstar California (formerly Northstar-at-Tahoe), a four-season resort community, is located minutes from Lake Tahoe and Truckee / Interstate 80. Amenities include the Northstar Ski Resort, a cross country ski center, an 18-hole golf course, saunas, spa, swimming pool, tennis courts, a weight room, an equestrian center, and a conference center. The Village features ski-in/ski-out residences, an ice rink, restaurants, and retail shops.
Also at Northstar is the new Ritz-Carlton Highlands, Lake Tahoe – with ski-in / ski-out accomodations and a 17,000 sq. ft. Spa & Fitness Center.
In October 2010, Vail Resorts acquired the operations of Northstar-at-Tahoe and changed the name to Northstar California. Season Pass Holders are now able to ski at Heavenly & Kirkwood, plus upgrade to also ski at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone.
The Northstar community provides home options ranging from affordable condominiums to the finest in luxury mountain living. Some of the residents live year-round, while others spend much of their free time here.
Martis 25 is a gated enclave of just 25 custom homesites carefully etched into the mountain above the Village at Northstar, and near The Ritz Carlton, Lake Tahoe. Ranging from .89 to 1.42 acres, each unique homesite is meticulously designed for exquisite views.
Martis25 elevates the experience of ski-in/ski-out living in every way, incorporating ski bridges, tunnels and skiways into the private community. No other place in California offers this immediate connect to a prime winter resort.
Custom Homesite prices range from $775,000 – $2,595,000.
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Tahoe-Donner is a premier four-season property owner’s association nestled in the beautiful mountain scenery of Truckee. Established in 1970 with the first home built in 1972, Tahoe Donner encompasses approximately 6,000 acres. Of this, 3,300 acres are owned and managed by the association, with 1,300 acres are interspersed among homes. The elevation ranges from 6,200 to almost 8,000 feet and contains eastside pine, fir and a large area covered in brush.
Prior to the creation of Tahoe Donner, this subdivision was under general forest management. There were two saw mills operating along Trout Creek during the late 1800’s, and a railroad spur from Hobart Mills operated along Alder Creek into Tahoe Donner. The area was heavily logged through the 1920’s.
There are approximately 6,300 memberships (25,000+/- members) and 5,948 residential lots. As of 1/1/02 4,662 lots have been developed. Roughly 20% of the homes are primary residents while 80% are second homes. Approximately 55% of the second homes are owned from people from the Bay Area and 13% from the Sacramento area.
The Association’s amenities include a beach club marina at Donner Lake, an equestrian center, an 18-hole PGA rated golf course & driving range, a private campground, swimming pools, tennis courts, a world class cross country ski center, a downhill ski center that is great for beginners and intermediate skiers.
Squaw Valley, or Olympic Valley, was first eyed by Alexander Cushing in 1946. Three years later Cushing opened the Squaw Valley Development Company. Skiers would ride the world’s largest double chairlift, Squaw One.
Today, Squaw Valley is world class skiing in a world class destination resort. The valley floor is surrounded by spectacular 9,000 peaks. Back in 1960, Squaw Valley hosted the Winter Olympic Games.
Summer activities include scenic cable car rides to High Camp where swimming, music concerts, and a restaurant are located. The valley offers a beautiful summer destination spot for championship golfing, mountain-biking, an Olympic museum, hiking, horseback riding, shopping, restaurants and bars.
Squaw Valley offers condos, townhouses, cabins and luxury view homes. The Village offers luxury condos, pubs, restaurants & retail. In 2010 Squaw Valley was purchased by Colorado’s KSL Capital Partners, who plan significant upgrades in the coming years.
The homes of Alpine Meadows are located in the same valley as the Alpine Meadows Ski Resort. This neighborhood provides an ideal retreat setting. The residents of the valley enjoy the added amenity of peace & quiet – where aspens, large firs & colorful maple trees provide the added solitude sought by many.
JMA Ventures, owner of the Homewood Mountain Resort on the west shore of Lake Tahoe, purchased Alpine Meadows from Powdr Corporation in July 2007. In 2011, Alpine Meadows merged with Squaw Valley. Today, the two resorts operate as one with a single-season pass and a connecting shuttle for visitors, the Squaw/Alpine Express, though each retains its distinct identity.
Although this “family-oriented” ski resort is smaller than Squaw Valley, its 2,400 acres of un-crowded skiable terrain is a local’s favorite. Alpine Meadows is just minutes from Tahoe City, Lake Tahoe, Squaw Valley, and Truckee / Interstate 80.