Village On The Green
Life in Village On The Green
The award-winning Sugarloaf Golf Club was designed by Robert Trent Jones II to showcase the outstanding views from every tee. This dedication to design is mirrored in the architecture and sense of space in the upscale Village on the Green neighborhood, tucked along the fairways and meandering through the forest. Discover a combination of single-family homes and large duplex condos away from the hustle and bustle of the base area, yet just a shuttle ride away from the lifts. Featuring a variety of amenities like heated garages, cozy fireplaces, and impressive kitchens, Village on the Green properties give you plenty of room to spread out and enjoy the views.
During the ski season, Village on the Green residents have the option of parking at the base of the West Mountain chairlift (also home of the Winterstick Factory) on holidays and weekends or taking the Sugarloaf Explorer to the Base Area. The shuttle makes three stops in the neighborhood: Nice Drive, Niblick Way and the Village on the Green condo complex.
There are year-round attractions in Village on the Green. In the shoulder season, residents enjoy biking and walking on the breathtaking Sugarloaf Golf Club cart path. Once course opens, there’s the added bonus of enjoying food and drinks at the clubhouse restaurant, Strokes Bar & Grille. The neighborhood is also home to a tennis court, open to residents only.
And just uphill from the Sugarloaf Golf Club clubhouse is the West Mountain Falls trailhead, a half-mile hike past the Hole 10 tee and along the Carrabassett River to a swimming hole and fly-fishing spot known for elusive brook trout. But be warned: the water is very cold even in August, flowing from the high-elevation Caribou Pond on the backside of Sugarloaf.
There’s a bright future ahead for this area of the Sugarloaf: Village on the Green is at the base of West Mountain, the site of future alpine trails, a new high-speed chairlift, downhill mountain biking trails and real estate development (area shaded in orange below).