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Squaw Valley, home to the world-renowned Squaw Valley Ski Resort, is one of the crown jewels in the Lake Tahoe region, drawing thousands of visitors every season, including nearly half a million avid skiers. Also known as Olympic Valley (the town was the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics), the former gold mining town became the central location for winter sporting events in 1942. Since then, Squaw Valley has been commonly referred to as the official supplier of skiers to the U.S. Ski Team.
Climate and Sports Go Hand In Hand in Squaw Valley
The cool temperatures in Squaw Valley are indicative of its maritime temperate climate (oceanic), dominated by a polar front and dry air quality. The average highs range from the high 30s in January to the upper 70s in the summer months, accompanied by high precipitation (snow, sleet, and rain) in the winter months, ideal for skiing. Other sports engaged in the area include running, hiking, mountain climbing, and endurance competitions.
The Diverse Economy Gives Squaw Valley Its Character
Only 3,200 permanent residents make Squaw Valley their home, enjoying the picturesque and serene landscaping that contributes to a relaxed and quiet lifestyle. The majority of the area’s workers has a post-secondary education and are employed in both blue and white-collar industries (e.g. transportation, the arts, education, sales, and managerial services) with a median income of $50k annually. Home-based businesses and telecommuting are very common also, making up 12 percent of the total employment base.
Real Estate Options Are Always Available in Squaw Valley
Contemporary living is simple in Squaw Valley, with access to luxury resort accommodations, fine dining, high-quality shopping, and entertainment venues. Year-round recreation invites visitors to consider relocation to the area because of its wide array of homes, condos and acreage. When researching Lake Tahoe luxury homes for sale, the following factors should be taken into consideration:
With a remote population density of only eight people per square mile, finding an adequate amount of space to fulfill housing needs is easy in Squaw Valley. Nearly 65 percent of homes in the area are single-family, were built between 1970 and 1999, and have three to four bedrooms. Larger and more spacious units with amenities (swimming pool, jacuzzi, etc.) are available on the market through a licensed area real estate professional.
About the Company:
Carr Long Real Estate has over 50 years of combined experience helping families live and play in the North Lake Tahoe area. As a professional Lake Tahoe luxury real estate team, Carr Long brings a history of high productivity, a strong work ethic and two valuable office locations in the Village at Northstar and The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe. Their expertise areas include The Village at Northstar, Northstar single family homes, Northstar condominiums, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Lake Tahoe, Martis Camp, Lahontan, Old Greenwood, Gray’s Crossing, Schaffer’s Mill and Tahoe Donner.