Greetings from Whistler and Pemberton,

Greetings from Whistler and Pemberton,

Today the sun is shinning and it feels good!  We are very happy to see the sun and blue skies.  Let’s hope this is the beginning of summer!

We are thrilled to let you know the Whistler Summer Concert series is back after 2 years, there will be 12 free concerts throughout the summer starting off July 1st with Sam Roberts Band.  Check out the schedule and plan your holiday in Whistler.  The bike park is open now, look for gondola and lift times on the Whistler Insider Blog.  Golf courses, lakes and the parks are open. We look forward to seeing you in Whistler and Pemberton.

The real estate market is doing a bit of a shift as we see an influx of new listings in the Whistler and Pemberton market update below.  This is a relief for the buyers as they are finally seeing more options available for purchase.  We are seeing a few price reductions as seller’s adjust to the current market conditions.  Whistler and Pemberton are 2 of the most desirable places people want to be so there is always a demand for properties in the mountains.  If you would like a market evaluation on your property or help with finding the perfect recreation home, contact us, we would love to help you.

Here are this weeks numbers for you:
Whistler Market
27 New Whistler Listings
16 Sales in Whistler
7 Price Adjustments

Pemberton Market
6 New Pemberton Listings
5 Sales in Pemberton
1 Price Adjustment

We look forward to hearing from you.

Have a great week!

Lynne Venner & Tracey Cruz

Your Mother/Daughter Team

*Note: All statistical information provided from sources deemed to be reliable. Information provided is based on data collected from Whistler Listing Service WLS and MLS.

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Featured Listing

8007 Cypress Place

This contemporary home is situated on a 15,289 square foot lot in desirable Cypress Place. Exuding mountain elegance and luxurious fine finishing including hardwood flooring throughout the main living area, vaulted ceilings and beautifully exposed beams, expansive windows allowing lots of natural light and great views of the forested surroundings. A statement piece gas fireplace sets the ambiance in this lovely home. You will love this gourmet kitchen with a large pantry, huge island and an adjoining dining area to host your family or guests. This open concept makes it a breeze to enjoy indoors or being out on the patio, hot tubbing or just recreating in the back garden area. A wonderful TV/Den on the main floor gives you another place to enjoy a movie or read a book. The primary bedroom has views of Whistler Mountain, a huge walk-in closet and a gorgeous spa like ensuite bathroom with a free-standing tub. There are three more sizeable bedrooms, one with an ensuite bathroom on the bedroom level of the home. The huge two car garage has the EV charger in for your electric vehicle, lots of room for your recreation toys and a sizable mudroom for a large family. Enjoy being just a short stroll to Nicklaus North Golf Club house and Table 19 restaurant, Meadow Park Arena and gym, the Valley Trail for biking or walking and only a five minute drive to the village. Nightly rentals are permitted in this spectacular home.

Please click here for full details on this beautiful home.

 $5,995,000 |  4.5 Bedrooms  3.5 Bathrooms   | 3,602 Sq. Ft. 


Community Update:

Whistler gets first look at pair of Northlands development concepts

Whistler got its first glimpse this week at a pair of development concepts proposed for Northlands Boulevard.

On Tuesday, June 7, elected officials and the public got a high-level overview of the two project proposals for the 5.8-hectare site.

Both concepts floated by the developer, Beedie Living, feature a mixed-residential housing component, including townhouses, and low- and mid-rise housing bracketed by a central natural area. In both cases, employee housing and community and commercial uses were proposed in a “community hub” located on the southeast portion of the site, while roadways are minimized, and parking is mostly situated underground to maximize open, public space. Walking and cycling connections to the existing trail network are also emphasized.

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