Seven properties sold in Killington during the month of June: six condominiums and one home. The house was situated on 18.7 acres and was located off of River Road. It was a 3 bedroom/3 bath home and closed for $330,000. Of the six condominiums that sold, three were at Sunrise: two 3 bedroom Lodges closed for $395,000 and $435,000, and a Topridge Town Home sold for $635,000. A 2 bedroom Whiffletree sold for $55,000 (foreclosure); a 3 bedroom Pinnacle closed for $135,000 and a 4 bedroom Colony Club closed for $140,000. To view all properties for sale in Killington please visit Prestige Real Estate of Killington
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Powdr Corp, the corporate parent of Killington and Pico recently lost a court battle for the right to operate Park City Mountain Resort. Powdr leases Resort Lands from Talisker Land Holdings but failed to file their intention to renew the lease by the deadline. Vail Resorts (which bought Canyons Resort from Talisker) entered into an agreement to rent these Resort Lands from Talisker and Powdr filed suit. Ironically Powdr owns the land underlying the base area, parking lots, snowmaking water and sewer infrastructure and Vail can’t access the upper mountain. Powdr will appeal the decision and this process could take a year. Powdr Corp. is the largest privately held owner of United States Ski areas and Vail Resorts is the largest publicly traded owner of United States ski areas.
Only five properties sold during the month of April: one condominium; three houses and one parcel of land. The three houses that sold were a fixer upper on Coffee House Road for $155,000, a 3 bedroom/4 bath home with 3,800 sq ft on Merrill Drive for $575,000 and a rental house on Killington Road for $400,000. The parcel of land was a 1.1 acre lot on Roundabout Road that sold for $55,000 and the one condominium that sold was a 2 bedroom/2.5 bath Glazebrook Town Home that closed for $212,500. To view all properties listed for sale in Killington please visit Prestige Real Estate of Killington.
Nine properties sold in Killington during the month of March: six condominiums, two homes and one parcel of land. The land was a one acre parcel off McClallen Drive and sold for $11,500. The two homes that sold were located off Alpine Drive ($177,500) and Lakewood Drive ($185,000). Two of the six condominiums that sold were bank foreclosures: a two bedroom Slopeside Pico condominium for $73,500 and a three bedroom/three bath condominium at Sunrise for $200,000. The other four condominium sales were: a one bedroom/one bath Fall Line sold for $90,000; a two bedroom/two and one half bath townhome at The Woods sold for $150,000; a two bedroom plus loft at Pico sold for $195,500; and, a three bedroom/three bath Lodges sold for 4435,000. Killington real estate sales for the first quarter of 2014 more than doubled the number of sales during the same period last year.
To view all properties listed for sale in Killington, please visit Prestige Real Estate of Killington.
Six properties sold in Killington during the month of February; three condominiums and 3 homes. A one bedroom Mountain Green (Penthouse style) sold for $62,500; a one bedroom Fall Line sold for $92,000; and a two bedroom town home at The Woods sold for $173,000. A foreclosed home with five bedrooms and six baths on Southview Path closed for $315,000; a 2 bedroom 2 bath home on East Mountain Road sold for $227,350; and a three bedroom three bath home on Round Robin Road closed for $265,000. To view all properties listed for sale in Killington please visit Prestige Real Estate of Killington.
Six properties sold during the month of January in Killington. Four condominiums closed: a 1 bedroom Mountain Green sold for $49,000; a 2 bedroom Whiffletree closed for $73,000; a 2 bedroom Pico sold for $112,000; and, a 3 bedroom Pico (Slopeside) closed for $125,000. In addition, a 1.04 acre parcel of land on Old Coach Road sold for $5,000 and a multi family home on Wobbly Lane sold for $200,240. Prestige Real Estate of Killington was involved in five of these six transactions. To view all properties listed for sale in Killington, please visit Prestige Real Estate of Killington.
Five properties sold in Killington during the month of December. Three were condominiums: a two bedroom loft at Pico for $157,000; a three bedroom unit at Sunrise for $210,000, and a three bedroom town home at Topridge for $735,000. Two homes sold in Killington: a small three bedroom/ 1 bath home off of Roaring Brook closed for $160,000 and a three bedroom A-Frame on Southview Path sold for $158,000. To view all properties listed for sale in Killington please visit Prestige Real Estate of Killington.
Thirteen properties sold in Killington during the month of November; nine condominiums, two homes and two parcels of land. Of the nine condominiums, four were located at Sunrise: a Topridge town home sold for $625,000; a 3 bedroom 2 bath condominium sold for $200,000; and two 2 bedroom units closed for $159,000 and $163,000. A 1 bedroom Pico closed for $54,000, a 2 bedroom Whiffletree sold for $74,000, a 2 bedroom Woods condominium sold for $105,000, a 3 bedroom with den Pinnacle sold for $177,500 and a 2 bedroom/loft Pico closed for $178,124. The two homes that sold were both 4 bedroom/2 bath properties. One, on Anthony Way with 1,500 square feet sold for $255,000 and the other located on Coffeehouse Road with 2,500 square feet sold for $340,000. The two parcels of land that sold were quite unique with one being a 38.6 acre lot off of the Killington Road for $145,000 and a 250 acre parcel off Route 4 near Bridgewater for $330,000. To view all Killington properties listed for sale please visit Prestige Real Estate of Killington.
Twelve properties closed during the month of October: 7 condominiums; 3 homes and 2 parcels of land. 2 one bedroom condominiums closed: a one bedroom Highridge for $103,000 and a one bedroom Trailside Village for $120,000. 2 two bedroom units closed: a Pinnacle for $134,000 and a Woods Town Home for $148,000. 3 three bedroom units sold: a Whiffletree for $81,000; a Colony Club for $132,500 and a Pico for $151,000. The three homes that closed were all located north of Route 4. A four bedroom/two bath home on Barrows Towne Road sold for $130,000, a three bedroom/three bath home of Route 100 North sold for $215,000 and a three bedroom/three bath home on Currier Road sold for $230,000. A 52 acre commercial lot on Route 4 closed for $112,000 and a 1.8 (untested) lot on Springhill Road sold for $8,500. To view all Killington properties listed for sale please visit Prestige Real Estate of Killington.
Only 5 properties closed in Killington during the month of September. Four condominiums sold: two 1 bedroom Mountain Green units for $33,000 and $42,000; a 2 bedroom Pinnacle closed for $118,000; and a 2 bedroom Highridge sold for $130,000. A stunning home with over 4,000 square feet and 2 car garage sold for $845,000. To view all Killington properties listed for sale please visit Prestige Real Estate of Killington.