“Brundage has always been a day resort, but in February Adams County approved phase one of a new residential development for low-density housing near the base area.
This development will happen on 37 acres of the 388 private acres Brundage owns, the development will include 21 single-family homes, 22 cottages and 45 townhouses that people can ski in and out of accessing Lower Rodeo. Last week Channel 6 in Boise featured these new plans here is the link to the full story.
Brundage has other improvements in mind for their 10-year plan including replacing the aging Centennial Lift, adding a lift to the east side giving skiers and snowboarders access to new terrain on the backside of the mountain and improving access to Sergeant’s Peak which is now a back country area.
For more information on the real estate opportunities at Brundage click here, 12 of the 21 single-family homes have already been reserved through a pre-sale process.