Owning a resort home should be enjoyable and as carefree as you want it to be. Sugarloaf offers a variety of options for slopeside living. Ownership at Sugarloaf means access to a number of benefits including participation in the short-term rental program, lodging services and property management.
Sugarloaf is home away from home. The same comfort you feel there is here in our mountains. For that extra peace of mind, Sugarloaf employs a full-time, year-round Security staff to assist in fostering a safe community. Located on-site in the Village West, they monitor the entire resort as well as the town of Carrabassett Valley.
Sugarloaf was the first to develop trailside and village condominiums in the state of Maine in the early 1970’s. Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel was completed in 1986. Imagine the ease of getting the kids to the slopes, leaving the car where it is for the weekend and skiing home at the end of the day. There are very few resorts that offer such an abundance of homes with the conveniences of trailside living. Explore the options.
With the new ownership under Boyne Resorts comes expanded travel opportunities. Ownership at our Hotel opens up a world of possibilities through the Boyne Resorts network of properties and an affiliation with Interval International. New owners receive a complimentary membership to Boyne Vacation Club. Members can trade vacation time at a host of renowned resorts world-wide. Additionally, hundreds of dollars of preferred benefits are available on airlines, car rentals, theater and spa opportunities, hotels, and cruises. The choice is yours.
What We Offer
Mountainside Real Estate is managing Winter Seasonal Rentals of on-mountain homes and condominiums for the 2012 winter season. Lodging type sizes range from studio to four bedrooms and many offer convenient trailside access.
While most rentals run for the entire season, there are other options such as owner-shared, half-season or monthly rentals.
All property rentals require a signed lease. Our lease outlines the payment terms, including security deposit. The lessee/renter is responsible for the utilities and generally has the bills transferred to their name.