Bachelor Gulch real estate continues its strong 2011! Year to date (through October 31, 2011) there have been 21 residential transactions totalling over $82 million! And there are currently 3 beautiful properties under contract, including a single family residence listed at $11,950,000.
For comparison, 2010 saw 16 residential transactions totalling about $46 million.
Of the 21 whole ownership sales, 10 were condominiums, 3 were townhomes, 1 a duplex, and 7 were single family residences. The most expensive was a 7 bedroom masterpiece at 3380 Daybreak Ridge for $10,950,000 while the least expensive was Bear Paw Unit #B-304 for $1,360,000.
Relative prices ranged from $623/SF for a Bear Paw unit to $1161/SF for a Ritz Residential Suite. The median relative price was $778/SF with the average relative price at $807/SF. In general, the premium single family homes, even with their larger size, had higher relative prices.
This handsome ground-floor mountain condominium in Bachelor Gulch is styled to enjoy the convenient and luxurious ski-in/ski-out lifestyle. Boasting mountain views out to the Red and White Mountains and a huge, covered patio with a stone wall and iron gate, the outdoor living is great for children and family pets. Beautiful, custom furnishings, Ralph Lauren paint, and new electronics create the ultimate Bachelor Gulch home. Located in the preferred building B, this 3 bedroom Bearpaw residence is just steps from the pool, hot tub, and gathering room, and offers underground parking and a private ski locker. Grossing $88,000 in rental income last year, this home offers more than a wonderful ski escape!