Angel View condos are popular for being close to Angel Fire Resort Lodge, and Angel View 1-6 has exceptional views Wheeler Peak and the ski mountain. Angel View 1-6 is a roomy condo on multiple levels. The main entrance foyer level leads to the master bedroom with a king bed and console TV (Comcast cable TV service). The guest bedroom on this level has a queen bed. Both bedrooms share a deck that is accessed through sliding glass doors. There is a full bathroom on this level with a one sink vanity. Up one flight of steps from the foyer is the main living area. The kitchen and dining area are a roomy shared space. Preparing meals is a pleasure in the well-stocked kitchen (new bake-ware and ceramic cook pans in November 2015). The dining table seats 4. The game table in the living room provides additional seating for four at mealtime. The living room has a comfy sofa and two over-sized armchairs. Watch your favorite movies on the large flat screen TV (Comcast cable TV service and DVD player). The wood burning fireplace provides cheery ambiance during chilly winter evenings. A deck is accessed through sliding glass doors near the game table. From this deck you can see Angel Fire Resort Lodge and the slopes in the distance, with a spectacular view of Wheeler Peak. A bathroom on this level has an over-sized shower and with a large vanity with one sink. Up one flight of steps from the living area level is the loft sleeping area and a private small bedroom. The loft is fitted with two single beds. The private bedroom has a full size bed. This cozy bedroom has a vaulted ceiling with large high-set windows that let the light shine in to welcome the morning. A sleeper sofa in the living room provides additional sleeping arrangements for two. A laundry center with full size machines is provided for your convenience. There is no landline phone in this condo. Association-provided Wi-Fi does not offer guaranteed service. Start your mornings with a mug of hot coffee on the deck as the sun rises over the mountains. Close your day gazing at the stars above. It is not unusual for deer and elk to stroll through our village streets at twilight during the winter - keep on the lookout for these nighttime neighbors!