You’ll LOVE this beautiful condo from the moment you walk in the door. You will feel the comforts of home upon entering. It is spacious and has been freshly updated.
Open the door to find the kitchen off the foyer. It has been newly updated with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. You’ll find dishes and pots and pans to cook your favorite meals. The kitchen is completed with a microwave, dishwasher and coffee maker. There are also laundry facilities tucked away for your convenience. The kitchen also features a bar with seating for 3.
Adjacent to the kitchen, you’ll find the dining/family room. The dining table has seating for 6 where you can enjoy your family meals or challenge one another to a game of cards.
The family room features a sofa and loveseat where you can relax in front of the fireplace and watch the 50” cable television mounted above the wood burning fireplace. You will be able to get toasty on those cool nights in the mountains. The sofa makes into a queen bed with a comfortable memory foam mattress.
From the family room, you can go out the sliding glass doors onto the oversized patio. You’ll get a great view of The Great Smoky Mountains from here. There is a dining table on the patio for 4 to enjoy the sights. You’ll also be able to see the Ober Gatlinburg Tram pass by about every 20 minutes. Make sure you look for it at night too and see the pretty lights.
Our condo features a king bedroom suite with a full private bath. This bedroom has a 32” tv with roku. There is access to the spacious covered patio from the bedroom.
The queen suite has a semiprivate full bath that can be closed off to make a private suite. This bedroom also features a 32” tv with roku.
As our guests, you will have access to the Chalet Village Owners Clubs where you can enjoy the seasonal pools and gamerooms. There are 3 Owners Clubs. The High Alpine Club is just steps outside your door. It features a regular swimming pool as well as a kiddie pool. There is also a gameroom with a pool table, foosball table and game table. The South Clubhouse is 0.5 miles away. It features a large gameroom with multiple pool tables, tennis, exercise room and combined regular and kiddie pool. The North Clubhouse is 2.5 miles away. It also features a gameroom, tennis court, regular pool, lap pool and kiddie pool.
Our condo is an end unit on the second floor, so there will be a flight of stairs. Bears are seen at the condo very frequently. So, keep your camera ready! But, don’t feed the bears!
If you like TRUE STORIES, I thought I’d share this side note with you. My family was staying at the condo and we had gone to eat. When we came back, I immediately noticed that the driver’s door of my car (which had been left at the condo) was wide open. I wasn’t sure what was going on. Had someone been prowling through my car? Was there a car thief presently sitting in it? Or, was there a bear in it, as my brother-in-law had joked? I took a deep breath as I approached. (I had already made my mind up that if there was a car thief in it, that I would just walk on and pretend that it wasn’t my car until I went inside and called police.) There was another car parked beside mine and just as I got between the two cars, I see a BEAR in my car eating cocoa powder! He saw me and got out of my car! I’m about 3 feet away! So, what do I do? I freeze of course! I’m in shock! The bear goes around to the front of the other car and then comes back toward me. I’m not sure what I said, but my brother-in-law is further down the sidewalk and is taking pictures. (The picture of the bear on the sidewalk is the one my brother-in-law took after he exited my car.) He tells me to get in the car. My response? No, he knows how to open the door! So, I slowly back away and go down the sidewalk further. The bear walks around a little and then goes down the steps to the condos below. We got a few pictures. So, if you’re wondering if he destroyed my car, the answer is no. He didn’t claw anything. He had found the cocoa powder, the only “food” in my car, and had put it on the console. Surprisingly, he didn’t make too much of a mess, but I never did find the lid. So, fair warning here - LOCK YOUR CAR DOORS and don’t leave cocoa powder in them!