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Unit 324 was completely renovated Summer 2009!  Below are some photos of Unit 324, which is virtually identical to Unit 326.  Notice the top quality appointments and furnishings.  We wanted you to feel like you were in your own home.  Come and stay ... you'll love our condos! 

Unit 324 is 504 sq. ft. and sleeps 4.

NEW IN 2014-15 --


When renovating the units, we elected to use the penninsula bar and built in TV cabinet.  This gives our guests much more floor space in the living room area.

Units 324 and 326 have brand new kitchens (solid hickory cabinets) with built in TV cabinet and penninsula bar to save floor space in the living room.  Unit 326 has stainless steel appliances, as shown.  Xenon under cabinet lighting for task work and an overhead light with dimmer.

Unit 324 is a slopeside one bedroom unit with a queen size bed, flat screen TV in the bedroom; granite countertop in bathroom, queen size sleepersofa in the living room overlook the high speed quad Ballhooter chair lift.  This unit is just four doors down the hall from Unit 316 (our two-bedroom slopeside unit).  This is a perfect location for friends and families that are travelling together and want to be near one another in Mountain Lodge.  AND, Unit 324 has a connecting interior door to Unit 326 which is an identical newly renovated one-bedroom slopeside unit (also undergoing complete renovation Summer 2009)! 

Be sure to continue checking this website for photos of the newly renovated Units 324 and 326!

If you are traveling with friends and family and want to rent two adjoining condos (with an interior connecting door, with lockout functionality), then our condos are just right for your needs!  Just indicate in your reservation request that you want to rent both units (or that your travelling companions want to rent the adjacent condo).

324 Kitchen

Living room area in Unit 324.  Note floor-to-ceiling oak paneling for that "homey" feel.

324 Living Room

324 Living Room

324 Living Room/Hallway and Kitchen

324 Hallway leading to Living Room

The full bathroom in Units 324 and 326 have brushed nickel fixtures (like the kitchen) and solid granite countertop vanity.

Shower has a curved shower rod, providing more shower room

Each one bedroom unit (324 and 326) has generous closet space for your gear.  Here are the two double door closets and bedroom door.  All are solid oak 6 panel doors with brushed nickel levers.  Furniture to be delivered by early October.

Both Units 324 and 326 have a solid oak recessed ski rack (holding 5 pairs of skis).  Each entry hallway has floor to ceiling oak paneling with oak wainscoting in the bedroom and living room area.  Compare other Units and you'll see the difference!

324 Hallway leading to living room.  Custom built solid oak recessed ski rack (foreground).

Ski rack holds 5 pairs of skis

Close up view of kitchen in Unit 324.  All that is missing here is YOU!

Living room area with balcony (overlooking slopes and Ballhooter high speed quad lift).  The snow piled on the balcony in background is what arrived during the first weekend when Snowshoe opened its 2009-10 ski season!  We're already off to a terrific ski season! 

Living room area with balcony and window overlooking slopes.  You can see Ballhooter high speed quad lift just outside the window (green object just outside window on right).

Living room queen size sleeper sofa.  Adjoining door to Unit 326 is on right.

324 Hallway


Solid oak doors and oak wainscoting throughout bedroom

Bedroom has all new bedding and furniture.

All three of our units are located very close together.  Unit 316 and 324 have only 3 other condos in between them.  Units 324 and 326 are adjacent to each other.

Units 324 and 326 have a connecting door between them.  The door can be locked with a deadbolt.  But, if you are traveling with friends or family, leave the connecting doors open.  This photo shows Unit 326.   Keep the door open if you have family & friends in the next-door unit.  Note the floor to ceiling oak paneling for that comfy touch!