Wolf Creek Resort offers a plethora of real estate opportunities. That includes the master-planned community of The Ridge, where you can find a collection of high-end townhomes that embody high-altitude luxury living.
Let’s take a closer look at what The Ridge is all about, and why it is certainly one of your best bets for investing in Ogden Valley real estate.
No place quite like The Ridge Townhomes
One of The Ridge’s best-selling highlights is the commanding views of the whole valley. Perched south of the Wolf Creek Golf Course, residents of The Ridge get to wake up to sweeping vistas that cover the entire valley floor.
The undisturbed panorama encompasses the blue Pineview Reservoir (a favorite fishing and water sports spot in Weber County), the highly acclaimed Snowbasin Resort, and finally, Nordic Valley Ski Resort.
Speaking of ski resorts, residents at The Ridge are only a few minutes away from Powder Mountain, one of the best skiing resorts in the entire country.
Thoughtfully designed luxury townhomes in the mountain
In our community guide, we briefly touched on the real estate opportunities that await you at The Ridge Townhomes. Here, you will find more information about these upscale townhouses, dubbed as the best of its kind in the Ogden Valley.
The Ridge is home to 48 luxury townhouses, subdivided into 12 four-plexes, carefully laid out in the master-planned community. You can view the map here. A clubhouse, which comes with a plunge pool and spa, is located near the Wolf Creek Golf Course.
When buying a townhome at The Ridge, you can choose among four floor plans.
- Eureka – Eureka is the largest of the four plans, offering 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and even some space for a creation of another bedroom and bathroom.
This floor plan is designed with “mountain contemporary” finishes, with vaulted ceilings, quartz countertops, custom cabinets, and two expansive stone fireplaces as main design highlights. Residents can look out to the Ogden Valley at their very own viewing deck. Townhomes with Eureka floor plans are usually the end units in a four-plex.
- Sunrise – The second largest of the floor plans, Sunrise townhomes also feature 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and plenty of space for expansion. The same “mountain contemporary” design is prevalent in this floor plan. Eureka and Sunrise are very similar; the main difference is only the square footage (Eureka is 3,458 sq. ft. while Sunrise is 3,343 sq. ft.
- Snowchaser– Snowchaser features 3,567 sq. ft. of living space, which includes 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and a spacious master suite. Like its sisters, this floor plan is decked out in “mountain contemporary” elements, with the stone fireplace a beautiful focal point.
- Cobabe Canyon – Cobabe Canyon is the smallest among the floor plans, with 2,447 sq. ft. of living space to offer. It features 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, as well as a large bonus room you can turn however you please.