Wayne CaddellOriginally from Massachusetts and shortly after graduating from Northeastern University in Boston, Wayne moved to Southern California with his family. That same year, friends invited them to go skiing at Mammoth Mountain. Wow! They thought they had "died and gone to heaven." They were used to skiing on 6" of ice in 8° temperatures in Western Massachusetts and Vermont. This visit started a long time love affair with Mammoth that continues today. Eventually, they quit their jobs, moved to Mammoth and started their High Sierra real estate careers. They have never looked back. They cannot imagine living in a more beautiful place and living amongst some of the nicest people you could ever meet. It has been a dream come true for them.
Wayne enjoys selling real estate and some of his closest friends were met from selling them real estate. He has been a broker associate for 28 years and consistently been among the top producers.
Wayne has enjoys most of the activities that Mono and Inyo Counties have to offer: skiing, golfing, hiking, and mountain biking.
Wayne’s Pledge to His Clients:
Whether you are buying or selling, to make your real estate transaction easy and pain free, let me do the stressing for you.
Mammoth has been my home since 1972. Over the years I’ve travelled around the West to vacation and visit friends, keeping an eye out for a location that might rival Mammoth as a place to live. There are many beautiful areas in the West with many things to like. Big fast flowing rivers, spectacular canyons, dramatic fall colors and steep endless powder runs. But, for my money, none have the combination of attributes that make Mammoth such an irresistible place to live.
The Sierra Nevada wilderness is outside your door. It’s a benign summer playground with moderate temperatures and predictable weather. In the winter, there is plenty of snow—Mammoth averages over 340 inches a year—and more than 100 days of sunshine. We are far enough from the big metro areas to feel remote, yet close enough to San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco to make getting a city fix a matter of half a day’s drive.
The town of Mammoth itself consists of just 4 and a half square miles of private real estate surrounded by a vast protective moat of public lands. The sprawl you see in resort across the West from Idaho to Colorado, Utah to Montana as ranches turn into subdivisions, can’t happen here.
And that’s why, for nearly forty years, I’ve enjoyed selling real estate in Mammoth Lakes. Whether you’re looking for a condo, home or lot to buy; or, have a property you’d like to sell, please contact me at (760) 937-5528. Let me put 38 years of experience to work for you!