Moose Crossing at Waterville Valley Resort, NH.
After you've enjoyed a morning on the slopes of Waterville Valley Ski Resort -- hop in your car or on the resort's free shuttle bus and head down the ski area access road to Moose Crossing condominium, Waterville Valley Resort's ONLY new construction condominium.
Waterville Valley Realty hosts an open house at unit Moose Crossing unit #3, 3 Brownstone Way, on Saturdays from 2 to 5 p.m.
Moose Crossing is located in the popular Moose Run subdivision, a mixed-use development in Waterville Valley, NH, a 500-acre resort community surrounded by 700,000+ acres of National Forest. Waterville Valley Resort has been called the town at the end of the road, with a sense of community as real as the mountains; a place where generations of families have come to find peace, quiet and a host of recreational activities in a thoughtfully planned natural setting.
Moose Crossing was designed as an intimate enclave -- just three townhouses have been constructed and two have already sold -- and is located in the heart of the resort village where the mountains meet the glen.
Why Moose Crossing? These units appeal to those who are ready to play -- while someone else has already taken care of the design, approvals, construction, the lawn, snow removal, maintenance, and trash pick-up.
After a day of mountain activities, Moose Crossing owners enjoy stunning views of the sunsets -- from Mt. Tecumseh’s curving brow to Jennings Peak.
In keeping with this prestigious mountainside location, Moose Crossing townhouses have been constructed in a classic mountain style, with natural wood siding, fieldstone accents and vaulted ceilings. Unit #3 -- the only new townhouse available -- features a spacious but manageable 2,100 sqare feet of living area with four bedrooms and three-and-a-half baths, high quality interior appointments, and a garage. The townhouse design means that there is no one living above or below, creating the private feel of a single-family home.
The greatest feature of Moose Crossing is its location, just a short walk from Town Square, the center of village life in pedestrian-friendly Waterville Valley, with shops, restaurants, post office, a ski touring center, and year-round activities. Moose Crossing is within walking distance of Waterville Valley's historic 9-hole golf course, which recently underwent a major renovation designed to make it a fun and challenging course for players at all levels. Then there are the internationally-recognized tennis courts, an indoor ice arena and the White Mountain Athletic Club with indoor pool, fitness center and activities for the entire family.
And if all those aren't close enough, there are trails for hiking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing—among the most extensive trail network in North America—literally at your doorstep; Moose Crossing residents can strap on their cross-country skis or snowshoes, step out their door and take off.
A World of Difference
Long known as a haven for families seeking respite from an increasingly hectic world—you won't find tattoo parlors, fast-food franchises or big box stores at Waterville Valley.
Waterville Valley continues largely unchanged, distinguishing itself from other mountain developments.
In Waterville Valley, you don’t need your car. A free shuttle bus provides transportation throughout the valley, though most destinations are close enough to walk to. Moose Run and Moose Crossing are very pedestrian-friendly, with wide walkways leading into the National Forest or the center of town.
All this is in harmony with Waterville Valley's unique master plan, which was developed in the 1960's with a focus on people and community rather than traffic and buildings. Utilities are buried underground and serve the entire town, cars are unnecessary, and recreational space has been preserved. And Waterville Valley continues to evolve tastefully, according to that decades-old master plan. The value of such foresight can be seen in the resale prices of real estate in the valley, which have remained consistently strong throughout the recent economic ups and downs.
That master plan means that Waterville Valley will always be a hidden jewel, an antidote to the real world that's off the beaten path—but still within walking distance from it.
Join us at Moose Crossing on Saturdays from 2 to 5 p.m. and take a peek at Waterville Valley Resort's newest condominium.
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