Early one March, one winter storm actually covered the first floor of many buildings. The chairs and the entrance area on the Villager lift had to be plowed out with a backhoe because they were under the snow. The deck in the middle of this Mountain Watch picture is actually a floor above ground level. To rent a condo, Contact Us or email us at email@example.com .
Stratton Mountainside Ski-In Condos
Stratton Mountain Lodging is often provided in individually owned condos, made available for weekend rentals.
The Mountainside Condos and Townhomes at Stratton are also called "Ski-In", "Slopeside" or "Trailside" units. These ski homes are all located on the right hand side of the access road (entering the Stratton Ski Resort). Several complexes are are close or in the Stratton Village. It is generally easy to get from them to the slope. However, there may be a block (or so) walk from any individual ski condo or home, depending on it's specific location in the Stratton Resort complex. Some mountainside units also have shuttle access to the Stratton Village base area.
The mountainside units are generally located at the base of Stratton Mountain (and not built up into the slopes as they are at Okemo, VT.) There are a number of Mountain Watch, Village Watch, OberTal, Slopeside and Landmark units for rent. Only a few of the high end Mountain Reach, Snowbridge and Solstice townhomes are ever available for rent. Please click on any of the photos below to go directly to the specific complex.
Click on the photo for more information about Mountain Watch Condos, which are located on the Villager Lift.
Mountain Watch condos are large ski-in condos of 1,250 sq. ft. to 2000 sq. ft. The majority of these truly slopeside ski homes have two large master bedrooms and two bathrooms.
These condominiums have one of the best locations at Stratton. Buildings 1 and 2 are right at the base of the Villager Lift and steps away from the Stratton Village.
The top floor Mountain Watch Penthouse units have a third bath and a large loft, that is sometimes sub-divided into an additional third bedroom. These Stratton condos are often booked for rent months ahead, or even years ahead. These units are often chosen by families with small children, families where one member of the family may not ski, or for the convenience of parking once and just walking to everything.
Time to get to Villager Lift from unit: Under 5 minutes.
Village Watch 4 is located on the Tamarack Chair
Village Watch condos are large units, generally consisting of two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Many two bedroom unis are 1100 to 1300 sq. ft. with a wide variety of layouts. They were built in the mid-1980's.
Village Watch condos Building 4 are located on the Lower Tamarack Trail. Building 3 is often requested because it is between the Tararack and Villager trails. The location of these condominiums is ideal.
The "Watches", both "Village Watch" and "Mountain Watch" may have the best location at Stratton. They are right at the base of the mountain and an easy walk to the village.
Time to get to Tamarack Lift from unit: Under 5 minutes
The Ober Tal condos are great for a small family. They have a large living area with a wood burning fireplace and valley views. The OberTal condominiums are usually one bedroom and one bath. They are large one bedroom units of about 900 sq. ft. with comfortable living and dining areas. In in some cases, they have been converted to have an additional small bunk bedroom.
The Ober Tal units on the top floors are expansive with a loft and an additional sleeping area. They are located on or close to the Lower Tamarack chair. Some units in this Ober Tal complex are truely slopeside. Others are a short walk to the slope.
Time to get to Tamarack Lift from unit: 5 to 12 minutes, depending on unit.
OberTal Condos at Stratton are a short walk from the slope
Slopeside at Stratton
The "Slopeside at Stratton" townhomes are expansive multi-level units with two to four bedrooms plus a loft and two to four baths. They have a wood burning fireplace in an open living area, a big deck and dining area. They are located above the Ober Tal units directly on the mountain and on the Tamarack Lift.
This was Stratton's first trailside townhome development (1976 - 1979). Some units have been redone. The area is private and provides a winter shuttle to the base lodge. Many Slopeside at Stratton condos have trails behind the units to the slopes.
Time to trail or slope leading to Tamarack Lift: 5 to 15 minutes, depending on unit. A few units are shuttle to the slope.
SnowBridge (the "Bridges")
These beautiful townhomes were developed a little over 10 years ago and are in a private area on the Wanderer trail. They have four bedrooms, lots of baths, a garage, open living area with a large fireplace. They may be the most expensive and desired properties at Stratton Mountain.
One unit even has a painted bull on the deck (from the streets of Manhattan) watching out over the trail.
We have a spectacular one offered for rent for the Christmas / New Year holiday.
Time to get to slope: under 5 minutes to 10 minutes, depending on unit
Snowbridge unit after major snowfall
These townhomes are located right on the beginner slopes near the base lodge. They are the best location at Stratton and can range up to 2 million dollar homes.
They are all large three or four bedroom units (2,800 to 4,000 sq. ft.), many with beautiful decks right on the slopes. They have two or three woodburning fireplaces and a den.
To see a spectacular picture of these units in the snow, go to the "Winter's Here" section and then to "March Snow". They are rarely offered for rent.
Mountain Ridge homes in first fall snow
The Mountain Ridge units were sold as quarter shares (one week per month). As a result, they are generally not offered for rent.
They were built in 1987-1988, have three bedrooms, three baths, sun decks, wood burning fireplaces and private parking. They are located right below the Stratton Village Parking lot.
Some Mountain Ridge units may be in a timeshare program.
This is the newest slopeside townhome development located near the Stratton Sunbowl. These are large units with varied arrangements, typically 4 bedrooms and three or more baths. They were built around 2003 to 2005.
Some have a two car garage. Others have a one car with an additional den. All have beautiful stone fireplaces in a large open living area and decks, often with hot tubs right on the slopes. They are rarely offered for rent and are approximately $2,000 per night on a holiday night.
Time to get to slope leading to SunBowl: 5 to 10 minutes, depending on unit.
The Village Square units are located on the top of the Stratton Village shops. These are beautiful two and three bedroom units with two to three baths.
They have a large living and dining area with a stone wood burning fireplace and a deck looking over the Village activities. Some have a deluxe master suite on the top floor with an additional deck.
They are just up a flight of stairs from the heated Village paving. Parking is either in the Stratton parking lot or in a garage behind the building.