Greetings from Whistler and Pemberton,
Another busy week for us in Whistler and Pemberton. The Labour Day Long Weekend brought loads of tourists having their last fling with the mountains before families settle down to school schedules, sports activities and routines they have been absent from during the summer. We had a hot market this weekend with multiple offers being at the top of the list. Buyers need to be ready with their Realtors, be pre-approved for a mortgage if they are getting one, and ready to write an offer the minute they see a property they like. This is great news for Sellers. It is still a great Seller’s market, low inventory is the key to this type of market. Call us if you would like more information on any of these properties, or if you would like a market evaluation on your property. This is a fantastic market for Sellers.
Have a great week and stay well,
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.
3-3554 Falcon Crescent
Offered at $2,695,000
It’s your turn to own a home in the coveted Blueberry Hill neighborhood, a highly sought-after area of Whistler! This immaculate home offers a spacious, open concept layout perfect for entertaining. The main floor features vaulted ceilings, expansive windows, lovely mountain views, a covered deck off the dining room to enjoy the morning sun. With the private master suite on the upper floor, one bedroom on the main floor, and two bedrooms plus a large family/media room on the lower floor, there is room for family and guests to gather. Above the garage, there is another generous deck which would be the perfect spot for a hot tub to enjoy after a great day on the slopes and trails. A heated double garage and incredible storage ensure space for cars and toys for all seasons.
The Local’s List – September 2021
From The Whistler Insider:
The leaves are just starting to turn, adding a splash of yellow and gold to Whistler’s lush, green mountainscape. And although there is a definite nip of fall in the air, there are many days when the sunshine still reigns supreme in September.
It’s a great time to hit up the Whistler Mountain Bike Park or the seemingly endless cross-country trails that weave their way throughout the Whistler Valley; the slightly cooler temperatures are also perfect for hiking, golfing and getting out for a paddle on the water.
Sightseeing and hiking on the PEAK 2 PEAK and Whistler Mountain finish on September 6, but you can access Blackcomb Mountain via the Blackcomb Gondola on September 11, 12, 18 and 19, and then it’s closed for hiking and sightseeing until the winter season. Read below for an alternative way to access Whistler Blackcomb in the fall.