Seamless beauty, harmony and attention to detail draw you in as soon as you enter this 5,103 square-foot home. But there’s something even greater at play here: warmth, a sense of graciousness, and an ease of living. This is a home where memories with friends and family will be made.
As you open the front door, warmth balances scale in the scene before you: a two-story great room tucked into a well-sculpted landscape of pine, bush and boulders, its corner stone fireplace — as well as the handsome reclaimed wood floors and ceiling — warming the scene even further. Wrapping around this wing of the home is a patio with covered dining, a barbecue bay and hot tub. The dining room nestles up to its own wall of windows that faces the lawn and forest while the chef’s kitchen enjoys lightly filtered morning sun. With a kitchen that can accommodate multiple cooks, a sizeable island for guests, and a nearby 600-bottle walk-in wine cellar, entertaining is easy. A close by large media room calls to kids and adults alike and completes the gathering spaces.
This home was conceptualized as a traditional Tahoe set of cabins with outbuildings brought together under one roof; private areas surround the social spaces. To one side of this home is a bedroom with its own steam room and access to the hot tub. The other wing is split into two levels, the lower one with two bedrooms, including the primary suite with stone fireplace, private patio and lawn, and an elevated bath with stunning views. Upstairs can easily serve as the domain for children. A second media room features its own bathroom with bath while down the hall is a separate bedroom and a bunkroom that sleeps six.
This 5-bed/6.5-bath home’s sense of privacy is accented by its scope of size and location: a 2.2-acre lot on a quiet cul-de-sac. There’s a private pathway weaving its way around the home’s immaculately designed landscape and it’s a short stroll to the Lost Library and a trail system that covers 26 miles.