I have written a lot of posts about Kadenwood. However, this effort to show you the Kadenwood Ski Trails which run in, through and out of the development have been a challenge. I have now solved that challenge by creating a Google map of Kadenwood ski trails. It is important to notice the directional arrows on the map. Have a view of this short video that explains why understanding the ski-in ski-out trails of Kadenwood is important. However, it is only the first step in understanding Kadenwood. That is when it is time to call Marion Anderson, (604) 938-3885 to help you find your Kadenwood home.
I have walked these trails and taken photos so I am confident in the direction of the blue runs. It really is important to understand your options, before you get too focused in your search. For a better view click on the link above or on the icon with the four corners, it is in the top right of the gray bar.
Everyone has a different tolerance to the meaning of ski-in/ski-out. There is no doubt that I can tell you the best locations to suit your tolerance to walking instead of schussing. The marketing efforts of each listing agent, promotes the ski-in/ski-out access for every listing in Kadenwood. In essence, some lot locations are more ski-in/ski-out than others. However, you would be best to call me at (604) 938-3885, as soon as you start your search. I can tell you the benefits of each location on the map of Kadenwood trails.
The Kadenwood page on this site, has received lots of views. Information is added to this page so that you can continue to learn about the area instead of relying on your realtor.
Vacant Land For Sale in Kadenwood
At the time of writing this post, there are two lots listed for sale in Kadenwood. One is in Big Timber Court. After doing all the research on ski-in/ski-out access trails, I am amazed that this property is still available. If you are interested in building in Kadenwood, please call me to discuss your options.
Tourist Accommodation Zoning
All of Kadenwood is zoned as tourist accommodation. This means that you legally have the option for nightly rentals. Right now, there is no vacancy tax in Whistler, so if you buy the house and it sits empty all year, there is no penalty. If the time ever comes where the federal or provincial government puts that tax into effect in Whistler, you are covered. Renting out nightly might be a good option to avoid paying extra taxes.
I am here to help you before, during and after the transaction. The recent rules effective June 15, 2018 have banned dual agency, so it is prudent to contact a Buyer’s Agent like me, for more information. Please contact me if you are not working with a realtor.
Click the following link for more information on the Market Update for Whistler real estate. Statistics courtesy of Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.
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