This is the Condo That We Built..Sort of

Well, we didn't actually build these condos. We just sold our former house in Kellogg so the builders could use the land to build the condos.

Last weekend, one of our realtor friends who is helping to sell the condos gave us a tour the The Ridge at Silver Valley, and I'd like to give you a tour as well.

For those of you familiar with Kellogg, these are located on McKinley Avenue, right next to the Staff House Museum. The old Bunker Hill Office Building, and our house at 828 McKinley used to be on this land.

Oh the times, they are a changin..

Here is the front, which actually faces Silver Mountain's Gondola Village.

In the middle of each floor is an area with chairs where the view is
beautiful as you look over Kellogg.

Here is a closer look at what you see out the fourth floor window.

Here is what one of the kitchens looks like in a two bedroom unit.
One of the living rooms.
The view off one of the McKinley Ave. balconies.
A dining room/living room view.
There is a nice sized hot tub, sauna and steam room for residents and guest to use.
Here is the view from McKinley Avenue of the back of the building.
A cleverly concealed Murphy Bed in the studio apartment.
Another view from one of the balconies.


inlandempiregirl said...

Thanks for the tour. I really like the views. I guess it was smart to have the front face the opposite direction. I like the decor also.

Nita Jo said...

Oh, the views are gorgeous and the rooms look so inviting.

Did I ever tell you I got shut in a Murphy bed once... LOL!

Songwraith said...

Wow! Thanks! It's great to keep up (somewhat) with the Valley without being there!

Go Figure said...

I remember when the tallest building in Kellogg was about half that height. It looks scary!

Silver Valley Girl said...

GF--I think the McConnell Hotel uptown is still taller, but it is strange seeing this up there where our house used to be.

Cedar Street Kid said...

I still can't get use to the fact that we have condos in the Valley. Very nice.

MarmiteToasty said...

I cant imagine living in a flat, I mean, what would I do with Janet, I do love being up high though but have never been higher then something that was 5 floors high LOL unless you include the Eiffel Tower......

Nice flats, but I expect the people living in the cute little houses dont appreciate them :)