This is a great ski house, very close to skiing. Home's in Vail that are Ski-in Ski-out are 10 times the price of this great home; but this is the closest home to the slopes that is still reasonably priced.
It works great for groups or two families. Upper level has 3 of 5 bedrooms and 3 full baths. Separate sitting area with large flat screen TV & couch, attached to private patio with large outside table and sunken hot tub. Main Level has Master Bedroom with King Size Bed and Master Bath. Large Family Room with gas fireplace and 75" 4K flat screen TV, Bluetooth speakers. Kitchen Area that sits 18 people - 10 person round table with 8 additional counter seating overlooking kitchen. Entry Level, large foyer and 1 bedroom (twin bunks and Full Size Bed) and full bath with shower/tub.
The garage is not accessable but the driveway has room for 2 cars.
Bedroom 1: Main floor master has a king size bed with attached master bathroom.
Bedroom 2: Queen Bed - non-attached bathroom with shower/tub
Bedroom 4: This room has 2 full/double beds with bathroom & shower
Bedroom 5: 1 set of bunk beds and one full/double bed with attached bathroom with shower/tub .
The free Town of Vail bus system is only one stop; but you can walk in 10 minutes. See the image below for an approximate location of the bus stop.
For the really adventurous, you can ski down hole 5 on the golf course, then walk 100 yards and you are at the lift. Much harder to ski home.
For people with service dogs
What Is a Service Animal Under Colorado Law?
The ADA and Colorado law define a service animal as a dog that is individually trained to perform tasks or do work for the benefit of a person with a physical or mental disability. (In some circumstances, a miniature horse who is individually trained also qualifies as a service animal.) The tasks or work the animal does must be directly related to the person’s disability.
Vail Village Rentals requires proof or validation from the tenant's medical care provider of the need for such dogs. (service, companion, therapy).
For example, Vail Village Rentals requires that:
- all dogs must be in the company and control of their owners while in the common area,
- all dogs are subject to the association's noise and other nuisance requirements, and
- an owner is responsible for all damage his/her dog causes to the common area.
As noted above, Vail Village Rentals can require the tenants to provide proof that he/she requires a service, companion, or therapy dog. Expectable forms of proof consist of a letter from a licensed medical doctor confirming the type of dog, or a specific dog, needed to accommodate a homeowner's disability.
If a tenant is unwilling or unable to provide proof of his/her need for a reasonable accommodation, Vail Village Rentals could prohibit the dog unless and until proper evidence of a need for a reasonable accommodation is received.
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TOV Sales Tax # 7838
To be updated for 2021/22 Season: Ski and Boot storage in Gold Peak for a nominal fee: $12/day for boots and basket. $12/day for skis.
Free ski storage if rented through them, boots are still $12/day.
Vail Sports Rentals Golden Peak
458 Vail Valley Drive Vail, CO 81657
(970) 754-4912 - 8am to 6pm