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Club to be endless and one that goes well beyond the property’s 475 acres. The Mill’s four-season member- ship extends to Lake Tahoe where the club’s 47-foot Sunseeker Portofino Yacht is docked at the world famous Jake’s on the Lake. The second floor of Jake’s is also the location of the Schaffer’s Mill Lake Club. Here, club members enjoy panoramic vistas of the lake, a private dining area and a menu that features an impressive selection of fresh fish and seafood, including exotic Hawaiian fish, shellfish and steaks. We found the Lake Club to be a great addition to an already impressive club membership. “We knew we needed to


extend beyond the com- munity itself, and help our members connect with the lake and historic downtown Truckee,” says Bassett. “The golf course is certainly the centerpiece, but today’s members demand a much broader suite of services.” Thanks to a club


shuttle service, four-season activities also extend to the nearby ski resorts of Northstar and Squaw Valley, to the shores of Lake Tahoe for a family day at the beach and to the charming, boutique shop-filled streets of downtown Truckee. With a full-time club concierge, the club and community offer an impressive array of services. Members have someone who can assist in arranging everything from a sunset cruise on the club yacht to grocery delivery, home services and weekend getaways.


Membership opportuni-


ties at Schaffer’s Mill are a pretty straightforward affair and are surprisingly affordable given the club’s


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exclusive Martis Valley address (the impressive Martis Camp and Lahon- tan developments are only a seven-iron away down Schaffer Mill Road. Mill membership includes access to all current and future Schaffer’s Mill amenities, including the clubhouse, fitness center, swimming pool, tennis courts, res- taurant and bar, preferred guest fees for accompanied and unaccompanied guests, preferred pricing on all merchandise purchased at the club and access to special member-only events throughout the year. And best of all, as a right-to-use club, members don’t need to worry about operating subsidies or capital calls. Real estate opportunities


in the Schaffer’s Mill Com- munity range from large to small and are customized


to fit individual desires. At 475 acres, the community features 218 single-family homes and 188 mountain lodges. Home sites range from 1/4 acre to 3/4 acre, while mountain lodges range from 1972 sq. ft. to 2684 sq. ft. (three and four bedrooms). Of the com- munity’s 475 acres, nearly 300 acres are dedicated to preserved open space. We really loved the


luxurious two-story moun- tain lodges with their open floor plans and distinctive design features. Styling and materials are reminiscent of the classic lodges of the Si- erra Nevada and reflect the heritage of Schaffer’s Mill. The mountain lodges have rugged timber details, cov- ered entry porches, vaulted ceilings, composite roofs, architectural veneer stone and cedar siding. Through


huge eight-foot windows you can take in the beauty of Schaffer’s Mill and the sweeping views of the golf course, forest, Northstar Ski Resort or the Carson Range. Exterior landscaping and maintenance are pro- vided, allowing homeowners more time to enjoy life in and around Schaffer’s Mill. “Schaffer’s Mill is more than a beautiful, private mountain golf community,” said New Martis Partners Managing Partner John Marlin. “It’s more than a one-season destination. Schaffer’s Mill is a place where generations of family members can gather for special occasions year after year and be the backdrop for a lifetime of memories.” Now that sounds like a statement even Augusta National would be envious of.


For golf tee-time information, call 530/582-6964. For further membership information, contact Schaffer’s Mill Membership Director Ben Keilholtz at membership@schaffersmill.com. For real estate information, call the Sales Center at 888/519-2480. www.schaffersmill.com.


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