Large clean home-5 bedroom/3bathroom-on a quiet street with the rare benefit of an endless forest for a backyard. Bask in the sun on the huge south-facing decks with stunning views of Mt. Tallac.
This expansive home was completely remodeled in 2014 and features a massive great room, three large south-facing decks with views, and endless forest for a backyard (with horseshoe pit). It's located in the Montgomery Estates neighborhood less than five minutes from Lake Tahoe, The Casinos, and Heavenly. The great room has 16-foot vaulted ceilings and a view of South Lake Tahoe's most dramatic mountain: Mt. Tallac. There is a iPod compatible stereo system, LCD TV. Downstairs, the master bedroom has its own jacuzzi tub, double sinks, and large shower. The game room features a bar, pool table, and wood-burning stove. With 5 bedrooms and extra futons and AeroBed, this home accommodates even the largest groups. Pet friendly: fenced backyard for pets and no pet fees or deposit. If you only want to rent for 2 nights, please message me.
1 King - 1st level master bedroom
2 full and 1 twin - 1st level next to game room
1 King - 2nd level bedroom #1
1 King - 2nd level bedroom #2
1 full and 1 twin - 2nd level bedroom #3
Additional aero bed available
Disponible para huéspedes
Hot Tub (no access from the hours of 10pm-6am)
HD LCD TV's in great room and game room
Gas and Charcoal BBQs
Large fenced backyard
2 wood-burning stoves (for ambiance, there is central heating as well)
3 large south-facing decks (you can often relax outside even in winter)
iPod stereo system
Kitchen has all dishes, cups, etc
Pac n Play and high chair
Atención a los huéspedes
I can respond to emails or phone calls usually in under an hour. I give an access code to the home and a home manual.
Otros aspectos destacables
Operating under El Dorado County Vacation Rental Permit #1193
The Powerline Trail starts in the backyard. This mellow trail leads to lake views and either Cold Creek to the South or Heavenly to the Northeast. It is a great trail for hikes, snowshoeing, mountain biking, and cross country skiing. It joins up with the Cold Creek Trail which is one of the best and least known Tahoe mountain biking trails.
The county of El Dorado mandates that hot tubs cannot be used between the hours of 10 pm and 6 am, due to noise violations and disturbances from vacation rental homes. Please adhere to these rules-non compliance can result in the loss of your deposit.
-Per County of South Lake Tahoe, it is prohibited to use the hot tub from 10pm-6am. Non-compliance can result in the loss of your deposit.
- No loud groups. It's a residential neighborhood and I have to keep my neighbors happy. If the sheriff is called from a disturbance from your group, your deposit will not be refunded.
- Pets are allowed with no extra fees.
- Smoking is only allowed on the decks, and cigarette butts must be disposed of properly.
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I have been living in or visiting Lake Tahoe for the last 30 years. I bought these homes to be close to the excellent mountain biking, paddle boarding, beaches, skiing and rock climbing nearby. I am happy to share my homes with family and other people who want to enjoy Lake Tahoe!
Here is my climbing bio below. If you want to see the book i wrote for South Lake Tahoe rock climbing, check out SuperTopo.
Climbing Magazine once computed that three percent of Chris McNamara’s life on earth has been spent on the face of El Capitan—an accomplishment that has left friends and family pondering Chris’ sanity. He’s climbed El Capitan over 70 times and holds nine big wall speed climbing records. In 1998 Chris did the first Girdle Traverse of El Capitan, an epic 75-pitch route that begs the question, “Why?” Outside Magazine has called Chris one of “the world’s finest aid climbers.” He’s the winner of the 1999 Bates Award from the American Alpine Club and founder of the American Safe Climbing Association, a nonprofit group that has replaced over 12000 dangerous anchor bolts. He is a graduate of UC Berkeley and serves on the board of the ASCA.