People who come to Tamarack rarely want to leave. A fortunate few don’t have to.
The Village at Tamarack is the latest ski-in/ski-out residential addition to the renowned Tamarack Resort in Idaho’s scenic Valley County. Located 90 miles north of Boise and nestled at the base of the Payette River Mountains at an elevation of 4,900 feet, Tamarack is more like a small, inviting hometown than your typical sprawling, mega-resort destination.
Surrounding The Village is Tamarack Resort, a four-season, boutique-style resort with world-class skiing for every skill level. This area welcomes families to the good life without pretense. Here, what you see is what you get. And what you see is nothing short of spectacular, no matter which direction you turn.
There’s the towering beauty of the mountains, the quiet majesty of the pine forests, the peaceful depths of Lake Cascade, and the rushing waters of the Payette River. Many of these vistas can be taken in from the comfortable perch of your own inviting residence at The Village at Tamarack.
This pedestrian-friendly alpine town is home to narrow, winding lanes, unexpected shops, eclectic dining options, and 129 well-appointed condominium residences—all just a few hundred skiable yards from the nearest lift.
3,600-Acres. Four Distinct Seasons. Unlimited Possibilities.
When you live at The Village at Tamarack, you can ski out to the lifts in the morning and ski in from the slopes at the end of the day. Then again, skiing is just the beginning of a long list of outdoor activities your family will share at The Village.
In addition to Alpine, Nordic and backcountry snow skiing, Tamarack boasts snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and snowboarding in winter. In the summer months, there’s water skiing, wake surfing, sailing, and paddle boarding on beautiful Lake Cascade, as well as fly fishing and white water rafting on the renowned Payette River. Zip-lining, golf, mountain biking, birding, hiking, and guided adventures can be enjoyed from spring well into the fall.
For you, downtown is downstairs.
After a day of nonstop activity on the mountain, slow down and relax in The Village’s retail district, located just below your residence. Mingle with neighbors at one-of-a-kind boutiques, bars, and coffee shops. Escape to the spa to relax and unwind after a long day on the slopes. Enjoy family-friendly meals at restaurants ranging from casual cafes to gourmet dining establishments.
Not far from Tamarack, there’s even more to see and do in the laidback, western-style towns of Donnelly and McCall. Boise, America’s most livable city in 2019, is also just an easy road trip away.
With so much to do outdoors, you may never want to come inside. Once you do, however, you’ll be met by warm, inviting, carefully considered interiors.
The Village’s first offering of luxurious, fully furnished condominium residences ranges from comfortable studios to spacious penthouses with multiple indoor and outdoor living areas. Most floor plans feature natural stone accents, full kitchens with waterfall islands, and inspiring views from nearly every angle.
Select floor plans include outdoor dining spaces and additional interior lock-off areas—which can be treated as guest space when needed or separated for rental use in the property’s management program.
Whether The Village at Tamarack is your primary residence, a second, or even third home, it’s likely to be one your family returns to for generations to come. Given the area’s low cost of living and family friendly environment, there’s no better place to raise kids. For adults, Tamarack is an ideal location for refreshing the spirit, rekindling connections and strengthening family ties.
Ready to make this enviable resort life part of your life? Get in touch with Trisha Sears,
The Village at Tamarack’s exclusive onsite broker.
Owning a home at Tamarack Resort may well be the chance of a lifetime. But with only
a limited availability of residences, the opportunity to own at the Village won’t last anywhere near that long.
State capitals are oftentimes thriving cities with a lot of economic and cultural value. In fact, they can be some of the best places to live in America. But not all state capitals are created equal. WalletHub has put together a list of 2018’s Best State Capitals to live in. And though 17 of them are the largest cities in their states, the biggest population doesn’t always represent the best quality of life.
In order to determine which state capitals make the best homes, WalletHub compared all 50 across 51 key indicators of affordability, economic strength, quality of education and health, and overall living standards. Our data set ranges from cost of living to K–12 school-system quality to number of attractions.
Best State Capitals to Live In
- Austin, TX
- Madison, WI
- Boise, ID
- Lincoln, NE
- Bismarck, ND
- Raleigh, NC
- Denver, CO
- Salt Lake City, UT
- Juneau, AK
- Concord, NH
- Columbus, OH
- Helena, MT
- Olympia, WA
- Oklahoma City, OK
- St. Paul, MN
- Cheyenne, WY
- Montpelier, VT
- Pierre, SD
- Des Moines, IA
- Phoenix, AZ
Pictured above: Columbus, OH waterfront; Oklahoma City, OK
Out of these places:
- Juneau, Alaska, has the highest median household income (adjusted for cost of living), $67,310, which is 2.6 times higher than in Hartford, Connecticut, the city with the lowest at $26,264.
- Bismarck, North Dakota, has the lowest unemployment rate, 1.7 percent, which is 4.6 times lower than in Hartford, Connecticut, the city with the highest at 7.8 percent.
- Providence, Rhode Island, has the lowest share of state-, local- and federal-government employees, 8.4 percent, which is 4.6 times lower than in Juneau, Alaska, the city with the highest at 38.4 percent.
- Madison, Wisconsin has the highest share of adults 25 years and older with at least a bachelor’s degree, 56.3 percent, which is 4.7 times higher than in Trenton, New Jersey, the city with the lowest at 11.9 percent.
For the full story, and the entire list of best small cities, visit WalletHub.com.
FEATURING TURNKEY CABINS AND HOME SITES, WHITETAIL CLUB PROVIDES RESIDENTS WITH ABUNDANT AMENITIES
All photos courtesy Whitetail Club
Ski enthusiasts seeking a true hideaway — one not infiltrated by celebrity mega-mansions, coffee chains or trendy film festivals — will enjoy Whitetail Club in McCall, Idaho. Located just two hours north of Boise, in the heart of the region’s prized Salmon River Mountains, this intimate resort and real estate community is just a short distance away to some of the region’s best and most plentiful natural hot springs in the lower 48. Recently designated by National Geographic as one of the best hidden ski towns to visit in 2016, the resort is located five minutes from McCall Municipal Airport and a mere 100 miles from Boise Airport via one of the most remarkable 2.5-hour drives in the U.S. This mountainous hideaway is set on the southern glacial waters of Payette Lake and offers a retreat for meaningful experiences.
Closely located to the iconic lakefront resort, Shore Lodge, and The Cove, an award-winning McCall spa, this real estate community marries the best in rustic-modern living with the majesty of a mountain-based sanctuary — paying homage to a time when things were simpler, organic and genuine. Downhill trails are available nearby for skiing and snowboarding at Brundage Mountain (10 minute drive) and cross country trails are available around the resort. Back country skiing is also available in the areas surrounding Whitetail Club, with trails carved out naturally done by snowmobiles trekking the area.
Once settled, owners may take advantage of the coveted Whitetail Club membership that enhances each owner’s experience and provides members quintessential benefits, including a variety of active pursuits and indoor adventures that epitomize the vibrant way of life available in McCall and at Whitetail Club. Owners and members also have exclusive access to a variety of amenities, including an Andy North-designed Whitetail Club golf course and Fish and Swim Club, and programs that pay homage to the destination — suitable for any multigenerational explorer and traveler. A new lakefront clubhouse will debut of owners and members at the end of 2016.
McCall, Idaho is often compared to the Sun Valley of 20 to 30 years ago, when it was a small ski resort. Whitetail Club offers its guests amenities that simplify their lives during the holiday season — “hands-free” in that you don’t have to pull out your skis and load them into the car and do all the heavy lifting. Whitetail Club’s concierge does everything for you, waiting outside in a van with your personal skis all packed up where you and the family just have to jump in and head to Brundage Mountain.
Photos courtesy Whitetail Club
They also offer a Christmas tree hunting experience, where while you are scavenging the woods, lunch and s’mores are provided by a fire. After you pick out your tree, the Whitetail Club team brings it back to your home and sets it up for you.
Turnkey Cabins: Rustic charm meets contemporary style with the Clearwater turnkey cabins, designed exclusively by Whitetail Club. Features include stone and cedar exteriors and spacious floor plans. Owners have access to a consultation with Whitetail Club’s interior designer to select from five distinctive designer packages for a finished home that is “move-in ready.” Prices start at $995,000, featuring approximately 3,200 square feet, one-story, four bedrooms that include one room above the garage ideal for a game rooms, 4.5 baths and a central location with easy access to the Fish & Swim Club
Home Sites: Home sites at Whitetail Club start at $250,000 and satisfy any owner’s tastes with a variety of breathtaking views, whether it’s of the Salmon River Mountains, the Whitetail Club Golf Course or Payette Lake. Golf course sites offer picturesque vistas of the award-winning golf course, wooded seclusion and privacy as well as easy access to the Fish & Swim Club. The meadow home sites feature distant mountain vistas and tranquil views over verdant meadows and mountain home sites offer views of specimen trees, convenient access to hiking and biking trails and easy access to the mountaintop Yurt.
Whitetail Club Member Amenities
- Access to the historic Shore Lodge Hotel, a 77-room resort with an award-winning spa, The Cove, featuring nature-based massages, body treatments, facials utilizing Eminence Organics skincare products and indoor/outdoor saltwater immersion pools lined with more than 30 tons of McCall granite boulders
- Golf Clubhouse
- Andy North-designed golf course
- The Beach at Shore Lodge
- Movie theater
- Marina & Boating
- Fish and Swim Club
- Fitness Center
- Kid’s Activities
- Saltwater Pool
- PLUS, a new lakefront clubhouse will debut in 2017
660 Migratory Ridge, McCall, ID
$2,749,500 | 4 Bedrooms | 6 Baths | 6,600 square feet | Built in 2005