Walk to Canyon Lodge From This Two Bedroom Condo Foreclosure at Mammoth Ski and Racquet

248 Mammoth Slopes Drive Unit 32, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

Mammoth Ski and Racquet Foreclosure
Front row, corner unit with views at Mammoth Ski and Racquet Condos. This two bedroom, two bathroom condo is located in the Mammoth Mountain Canyon Lodge Ski Area and has attached garage parking. Master walk-in closet has washer and dryer hookups. Gas log fireplace in living- dining room with stone fascia.

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Basic Features

Listing Price: $179,900.00
Price Per Square Foot: $162.22
List Type: REO
Status: SOLD
Address: 248 Mammoth Slopes Drive Unit 32
City: Mammoth Lakes
State: CA
ZIP: 93546
MLS # (if any): 104732
Square Feet: 1109
Number of Acres: None
Bedrooms: Two
Bathrooms: Two
Basement: None
Garage Capacity: One
Garage Type: Attached

Additional Features

Foreclosed On Date: April 13, 2012
Transfer Value: $245,700.00
Property Type: Condominium
Year Built: 1973
Closing Date: August 24, 2012
County: Mono
Community: Mammoth Lakes
Project Name: Mammoth Ski and Racquet
HOA Fees: $559.00
Sold Price: $195,100.00

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