Olympic Skier’s Squaw Valley, CA Home Located Across from Tram Face For Sale for $2.1M

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Photos courtesy of Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty.

Olympian and World Cup skier Tamara McKinney is selling her five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bath home located just across from Tram Face at Squaw Valley Resort in California for $2.1 million. The home boasts easy access to the legendary ski area as well as  “top-of-the-world” views of the surrounding peaks. Check out the wicked view from the home at the end of this article.

An exterior view of the studio apartment connected to the home.

The on-mountain home was built in 1981 and designed by award-winning architect David Tucker to resemble a European chalet, with custom granite rock work throughout, according to Megan Barber with curbed.com. The home consists of a studio apartment and multiple gathering spaces and it features custom ironwork and exposed i-beams that contrast with the warm wood accents. Recent updates have added new carpet, paint, and refinished oak floors.

The property provides access to hiking, snowshoeing, and ski touring out the back door on the Granite Chief, Pacific Crest, and Shirley Lake trails.

Are you interested? 1853 Apache Court is on the market now for $2,100,000.


The home features multiple kitchens and living areas.
The A-frame section of the house opens up to a large patio with mountain views.
A wood-burning stove and exposed granite for added coziness.
A view of Tram Face straight from the house.

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