325 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, CA 96146 MLS-20142897
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325 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, CA 96146
|Subdivision:||Squaw Valley East-6Sv|
|Number of acres:||29.6|
|Lot Size:||Not Available|
If we've previewed the property you will see our video below. If we haven't uploaded a video walk-through, we'd be happy to do that for you. If the property has previously been listed for sale you will also find links below to the old listing. If you'd like to hear our opinion of the property drop us an email or give us a call. Honest and frank opinions without the fluff.
325 Squaw Valley Road sits in the heart of Squaw Valley. There is quite a bit of history associated with this property. The Washoe Indians at one point spent their summer months here and near Squaw Creek arrowheads have been found and there is an old grinding stone as well. The Poulsen Family have taken care of this since the early 40's. There are mountain views in every direction and the ranch has a mixture of ponds, flowing water, wildlife and lush meadows with lots of grass, wild flowers, Pine trees and Aspen trees. The home has a European feel with stone fireplaces, large windows, large Redwood beams and wrought iron accents. The 29.6 acres consists of two parcels with mixed zoning. 14.74 acres are zoned High Density Residential (HDR), 13.66 acres are zoned Conservation Preserve and 1.2 acres are Forest Recreation zoning. There is also a caretakers quarters and a four car garage.
Wayne Poulsen is a skiing pioneer and visionary and is known as the founder of Squaw Valley. As a young Boy Scout he made his own pair of skis. In his teens he continued to learn about the Sierras as a snow surveyor. His passion influenced the history of skiing at Squaw Valley and in the Sierras. He visited Squaw Valley on a fishing trip in the early 30's and it was at this time he conceived the idea of a world class ski area overlooking the Squaw Valley. He worked in Sun Valley, ID as a ski instructor where he met his wife Sandy Kunau. They married in 1942. They purchased 640 acres in 1943 from Southern Pacific Railroad and camped along Squaw Creek living off the land. One day they took a hike up the mountain, Wayne skied down then he watched Sandy making kick turns in the trees when he counted 22 kick turns which is how KT-22 got it's name. In 1948, he, Alex Cushing and Laurance Rockefeller teamed up to create Squaw Valley. This partnership did not last long when Wayne was fed up with Cushing's development style just before opening day in 1949. The Winter Olympics in 1960 put Squaw on the map. Wayne and Sandy formed Squaw Valley Land and Livestock Co. after purchasing 2000 acres. They raised eight boys and girls. Three were on the U.S. Ski Team and two make it to the 1972 Olympics. In 1974 Wayne was inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame for skiing, in 1980 he was elected to the US National Ski Hall of Fame, in 2004 they were awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Squaw Valley Institute and in 2005 Poulsen Peak was named after him.
This was offered in the Tahoe Sierra MLS for $18,000,000 back on 7/26/2013. The asking price was reduced to $16,000,000 on 2/12/2104. It was on the market for 332 days but did not change hands back then.
According to the T. S. MLS, the highest priced home to sell in Squaw Valley was 254 Granite Chief Road. This sold for $8,500,000 on 8/9/2013. It is a newer home on a true ski in / ski out lot that has a very unique architechural build.
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The property at 325 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, CA 96146 is located within in the city of Olympic Valley and the SQUAW VALLEY EAST-6SV subdivision. The property was built in 1979 and offers 6 bedrooms 5.5 bathrooms and 5435 square feet.
The Single Family at 325 Squaw Valley Road, Olympic Valley, CA 96146 is roughly 1.38 miles from Squaw Valley Ski Resort, 6.77 miles from Northstar Ski Resort, 8.81 miles from Truckee, and 3.44 miles from Tahoe City.
The property is 29.6 acres comprised of mixed zoning. 2 APN's are associated with the property. The additional APN: 096-230-062. 14.74 acres zoned High Density Residential, 13.66 acres zoned Conservation Preserve & 1.2 acres Forest Recreation zoning. The custom-crafted main home is designed with quality & detail of a timeless mountain chalet, 4 bedrooms & 4.5 baths creating a perfect rustic retreat from the world, or a staging area for a more substantial estate-level home. Caretakers quarters, 4-car garage
|Address||325 Squaw Valley Road|
|Lot Number||Not Available|
|Subdivision||Squaw Valley East-6Sv|
- Beach Access
- Boat Ramp
- Cross Country Skiing
- Down Hill Skiing
- Equestrian Center
- Exercise Equipment
- Other/See Remarks
- Tennis Courts
- Boat Lift
- Buoy Limited
- Buoy Permitted
- Shared Pier
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