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Vacation Dreams of Mammoth Lakes

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Nearly everyone has their “happy place.” For some people, it is simply their quiet home tucked away in the suburbs, or the high rise apartment in a bustling metropolis. When you think of your current surroundings, something seems to be missing. You have probably always known that your own personal “happy place” is a bit more unique, and well off the beaten path. Consider, for a moment, the natural beauty of the Sierras in California. Believe it or not, it is easier than ever to call this majestic area home.  Mammoth Lakes is somewhat close to San Diego and the greater Los Angeles area.  Once past the high desert it is smooth sailing five hours straight up the Highway 395.

Mammoth LakesImagine waking every day to stunning mountain and lake views, living every day of your life in the picturesque community of Mono county’s Mammoth Lakes or in the surrounding areas of June Lake, Crowley Lake or Bishop, California. Instead of looking out of your window to traffic all around you, you could see the majestic Mammoth Mountain or the mountains of the Eastern Sierra towering in the distance. Rather than dealing with the headaches of a big city, wouldn’t it be incredible to relax in the quietude of the small town atmosphere of Mammoth Lakes or Bishop, California?

Better still, condominiums are in abundance in Mammoth Lakes. You can choose seasonal rentals, as Mammoth Lake’s summers and winters both offer many outdoor recreational activities and pleasant weather. Mammoth Lakes’ average high temperatures in July top out at about 78 degrees, while in the winter, the average lows stay well above zero. If you truly fall in love with the beautiful, diverse, peaceful Mammoth Lakes area, you can purchase your own condo or residential home and make every single day your dream vacation.

Still not convinced? Contact agent Maggie Larson toll free at (855) GO-MAGGIE for more information about real estate in the Eastern Sierra. Do not hesitate, with limited inventory and interest rates increasing don’t miss the opportunity as you could be spending this winter enjoying skiing, snowboarding, or just the peaceful realm of Mono county and Mammoth Lakes.

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