White Clouds is an exclusive residential neighborhood located in Sun Valley on the northern edge of the resort. For the first time in 30 years, Sun Valley feels that the time is right to finally offer these home sites to a select group of buyers.
Great care has gone into the planning of White Clouds. Only 26 home sites and 1 townhome are available. They have been sited to take advantage of the views while protecting the character of the land. They are integrated with the new nine holes of the White Clouds golf course, are surrounded by open space and are adjacent to a regional bike/hike trail and the new Sun Valley Golf and Nordic Center.
The first phase of 12 townhomes located directly across Trail Creek Road from the Sun Valley Golf and Nordic Cente is now sold out.
The White Clouds Residences web site offers an interactive site map of the neighborhood, price lists, interior and exterior Townhome renderings, design guidelines and CC&Rs, and a webcam trained on Bald Mountain from the golf course, providing a view similar to that of some of the lots. Other views look up Trail Creek Canyon and toward the mountain ridge north of East Fork Canyon.
Tours of the area are available, and brochures with complete descriptions of each lot and townhome can be requested through the web site or by calling 800-894-9939 or 208-622-2828 .
Our Sun Valley Mall office is located next to the Sun Valley Recereation Office. Open Monday through Friday from 8:30 am. to 5 pm. Our on-site office is located in the Sun Valley Golf and Nordic Center. Open Friday through Sunday, 11 am to 3 pm
Vacation in the mountains
By Kitt Doucette
Where are we going for Spring Break this year? It’s a great question to ask and an even better one to answer.
Sure, there are the traditional options like Hawaii and Mexico, but consider this;
Do they have days on end of crystal clear, piercing blue, Idaho mountain skies?
Can you ride corn snow so soft and smooth that it often gets compared to butter?
What about soak in a hot pool at a historic lodge and sip on a cold local beer with beautiful snow covered peaks all around? ...