Does all that Midwest and East Coast snow have you dreaming about your next ski escape? Us Californians prefer our freezing conditions served up with a side of rustic ski chalet luxury (better known as “cabin chic“), and this secluded founder’s estate in Squaw Valley does not disappoint. 325 Squaw Valley Road comprises two parcels for 29.6 acres of incredible grounds in Squaw Valley, “designated a California Historical Landmark in 1960 during the Olympic Games,” according to Wikipedia.
This Tahoe Olympic Estate is a property of uncommon splendor with its own pine forest and running stream, as well as breathtaking views of The Resort at Squaw Creek, a luxury ski resort, and its scenic 18-hole golf course.
The property comes complete with a lodge and caretaker quarters with two near-15-acre parcels that are zoned conservation preserve and high-density residential. The option to make this rustic stone and wood ski property a home and enjoy the one-of-a-kind location and siting just in time for ski season—or develop and build a dream home on the largest and most exquisite piece of land in Squaw Valley is up to the discretion of one very fortunate buyer.