Pine Mountain Club is a prestigious mountain enclave located a mile high in the Los Padres National Forest outside Frazier Park, Pinion Pines and Lake of the Woods. The community is situated at a higher altitude than Denver Colorado. The area is so secluded it was once rumored to be the choice location to hide those participating in the Federal Witness Protection Program, yet only 1 Hour From Los Angeles. Homes here are very coveted and inventory is typically low.
This mountain retreat at 2405 Yellowstone Court is available now. This highly sought after home boasts the most breathtaking views from each of its 3 decks. It is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac with national forest in the front and back. Yellowstone Court is one of the most private streets in PMC, away from the Village Center and Country Club.
The home is tucked away from the dead end street so there is virtually no traffic. The street is paved and maintained, including snow removal, by the association, a service included in the monthly home owner dues that are paid by the landlord. The driveway is concrete and extra wide, leading to a double sized two car garage with a remote opener.
If you are interested in the house visit our page for prospective tenants and provide the information requested in order to schedule a viewing.
This is your chance to live in the Pines with blue skies, clean Mountain air, cool nights, peace and quiet.
The home offers a two car oversized garage and a unique in-Law apartment on the ground floor with its own private entrance, kitchen and bathroom. The home is near popular hiking trails and nature abound. It has a large man cave or family room with its own wood burning stove and a full wet bar. Large enough for a pool table.
For additional information visit 2405 Yellowstone Court in Pine Mountain Club.
What Makes Pine Mountain Club an ideal place to live? It’s possibly what it doesn’t have. It doesn’t have any traffic, it doesn’t have large shopping malls and strip malls on every street, no homeless people begging at the intersection and it has never had a high speed police chase broadcast on the local news.