There are so many hidden gems when it comes to neighborhoods in Mammoth Lakes. There are nooks and crannies in the area that just a casual visitor might miss. The four miles of Mammoth Lakes is home to many diverse neighborhoods comprised of interesting and welcoming people.
Let’s take a closer look at Mammoth Lakes single family homes in a few of the most popular neighborhoods.
First on our list, Mammoth Knolls is just north of the Village at Mammoth and has been one of Mammoth’s favorite neighborhoods for decades. It’s quiet setting and close proximity to the vast Forest service lands to the east, west and north sides are a few reasons why residents love to call Mammoth Knolls home. The neighborhood is comprised of mainly older single-family homes and is just a short walk to the Village at Mammoth and ski gondola. The Mammoth Knolls neighborhood also fronts a community center, tennis courts and a park.
Known as Mammoth Lakes’ best family neighborhood, The Trails offers convenient location to all Mammoth’s local schools and the Cerro Coso community college. This neighborhood earned its name because of its connectivity to the Mammoth Lakes trails, giving residents biking and walking access. Many kids can walk from their home to school.
Many of the homes nestled along the southern part of the community look out to open land and beautiful mountain views. Located on the east end of the town at a lower elevation, The Trails experiences less snow accumulation and greater sun exposure with a higher melt rate, offering safer weather conditions.
Thirdly, Mammoth Vista and Majestic Pines are the two main subdivisions that make up the Eagle Lodge neighborhood. The subdivisions have mostly single-family homes with a few condominium projects sprinkled in the area. The Eagle Lodge neighborhood is close to ski facilities, Sierra Star Golf Course, and plenty of peace of quiet as it is surrounded by a quiet forest. The neighborhood does not contain any major commercial or industrial properties, making it a true community.
Eagle Lodge is located at Mammoth Lakes’ westernmost edge and is bound by Lake Mary Road on the west side. The neighborhood also offers easy access to the Mammoth Lakes Basin and the Shady Rest Campground. Residents will also enjoy the trail system that runs along Meridian Boulevard offering a place for a leisurely walk or a bike ride.
Fourth, this subdivision is atop a bluff between Snowcreeks- I-III and the Starwood neighborhood. This community is comprised of beautiful single-family homes that are typically larger than a traditional family home. The southern part of the neighborhood features excellent views of the Sherwin Mountains and the surrounding bluffs. The northwest section of Snowcreek Crest backs up to open space land knows as the “Bell Parcel.”
Central Mammoth houses many different subdivisions within it, and neighborhoods are located around Main Street and Old Mammoth Road. This area includes the Sierra Valley Sites, Mammoth Heights, Sierra Vista Estates and the Shady Rest Tract subdivisions. The neighborhood has mainly older homes with styles and designs from the 1970’s like A-frames, rustic cabins and gambrels.
Lastly, located 15 miles east of the town, Crowley Lake is home to many Mammoth locals and has the benefit of mountain living without the busy feel of the downtown resorts. The neighborhood offers more area to live and more land. There are two main subdivisions located in the community consisting of single-family homes that sit on ½-1 acre lots. Aspen trees and year-round creeks surround many of the properties. The eastern part of the Crowley Lake community is Sierra Springs, which is comprised of newer single-family homes. Many of the homes in the Sierra Springs subdivision offer stunning mountain views and quality-built homes.
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