Locke Mountain Slopeside Townhomes
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These luxury, spacious slopeside townhomes at Sunday River were built from 1986 to 2000. The 72 units are flanked between the Tempest and Roadrunner or Wildfire Trails. The A building, which was the first to be constructed, has a slightly different construction than the buildings B – Q that followed. They are smaller in square footage, though like the other units, are tri-level and have wood burning fireplaces. Square footage in this building is 1677 for an interior unit and 1929 for an end unit, but the following buildings all range from about 2100 square feet to 2500 square feet, depending on how the daylight basement buildings were laid out. In general, the interior units have three bedrooms on the top level with two baths, including a master suite and the end units have two bedrooms and two baths on the top level, including a master suite. The end units have an additional bedroom and full bath on the main floor and many typically have an additional bedroom in the daylight basement. The interior units have a half bath on the main level and may or may not have a bedroom on the daylight basement level. The units have an outside ski storage closet at the entry and a mudroom entry area; some owners, depending on their location to the trail, opt to use the basement for the ski-in/ski-out and store their gear there. The Locke Mountain units were built with wood burning fireplaces; a few have converted to gas. The complex includes a beautiful, outdoor saline pool and hot tub and attached Men’s and Women’s locker rooms, sauna and community room that overlooks the pool. Many of the Locke Mountain units boasts beautiful mountain views. Owners who wish to rent their units may do so on their own or with an agency such as Vacasa.
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