January 23, 2021
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A $4 Million Ticket To The Slopes At Truckee’s Northstar Resort

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A contemporary home in Truckee.

Ski lifts are just a stone’s throw away from this newly built Truckee home designed by Bohlin … [+] Cywinski Jackson.

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It’s a skier’s or snowboarder’s ultimate dream. Get up, get dressed, grab your season pass, head to the equipment room for your gear and then step outside. Groomed slopes are right at your door.

One of a six-home collection homes at Northstar California Resort, 14223 Mountainside Place, Truckee, is now for sale at $3.995 million.

A luxury home in Truckee.

Listed for $3.995 million, the contemporary residence showcases the architecture firm’s propensity … [+] toward sloped roofs with deep overhangs.

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Stellar Residence 3, as it is called, is set mid-mountain. The contemporary has long views of the Martis Valley, Lake Tahoe and the surrounding ranges as well as choice seating to watch the gondola lifts traveling up and back down the slopes.

The homes were designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, the architecture firm behind the original New York City Apple Store. Topped by a glass cube, the outlet visually transformed a plaza surrounded by tall buildings.

A living room.

Walls of floor-to-ceiling windows frame views the mountains, treetops and ski lift.

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The firm’s residential work shows a propensity toward sloped roofs with deep overhangs, glass walls and architecture that reveals nature.

Many of those design details are evident in this 3,381-square-foot home, which features a portion of angled roof, floor-to-ceiling windows and tall slanting ceilings. Horizontal strips of wood siding soften the ground floor exterior surfaces, which are delineated from the next level by metal bands.

A dining room.

The light-filled dining room has a wall of banquette seating.

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The main floor, which accesses the two-car garage, opens to a foyer leading to the main living area with a fireplace. The kitchen features an eat-at center island, light wood cabinetry and dark counters.

The light-filled dining room has a wall of banquette seating. The primary en suite bedroom and a powder room are also on this level, which opens to a wide balcony.

A bedroom.

The primary bedroom observes the nearby ski lifts.

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Stairs lead down to the ground floor, which has three additional bedrooms and two more full bathrooms as well as a media room and a ski room for handy storage. There’s radiant heat throughout.

The indoor space connects to a two-level deck with a firepit for a convenient warming stop between runs. A nearby spa tub provides a spot to soothe sore muscles after a day on the slopes.

A home in Truckee.

Outdoor decking surrounds an in-ground spa and fire pit.

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On-site amenities include a fitness center, a swimming pool and a sports court.

Katie Tyler of Tahoe Mountain Realty, a member of Forbes Global Properties, is the listing agent for the property.

In the summer months, the resort offers hiking, biking and golfing as well as scenic lift rides.

A spa in Truckee.

The view from the spa.

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A fire pit.

The fire pit.

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A contemporary home in Truckee.

A mix of materials soften the ground floor exterior surfaces.

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