THERE’S NOTHING WRONG STICKING WITH THE CLASSICS
We’re already well into 2019 and the design of the classic log cabin is still standing strong. The warmth and rustic atmosphere of a well-made cabin just cannot be replicated by any other modern house design. So to keep up with the times, the charm of a wood cabin has been integrated with many modern designs, albeit leaning more towards the modern side.
This lakefront cabin on Fallen Leaf Lake—south of Lake Tahoe in California—shows that having more of a classic cabin than a modern house can create grand results. The cabin screams mountain retreat right away, with wooden backdrops, four fireplaces including an indoor and an outdoor fireplace, and finally, the overall earthy wood tones blending with the natural scenery—this home is the perfect getaway for you can your family
If you think 4,059 square feet wasn’t spacious enough, the vaulted ceilings and generous number wide windows open up the living spaces even more. The windows also provide amazing views of the mountain scenery, while the skylights allow for a healthy helping of natural light to light up the interior.
Outside, you have a spacious stone patio where you can entertain guests or have it all to yourself as you admire the expansive views of the lake and the distant mountains. The property also includes two private docks and a sandy beach if you’re looking for some family bonding by the water. All of this plus two detached cabins complete with their own amenities are a great package, totaling up to about $4.7 million.
Also, did we forget to mention that this cabin was designed by none other than George Homsey—the San Francisco architect who’s one of the original Sea Ranch architects?
Despite totaling a spacious 4,059 square feet, this stone, wood, and copper listing is divided into a main residence with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, and two detached cabins with a private bedroom and bathroom each.
Instead of the oversized, taxidermy-filled living rooms found in other luxury mountain properties, the home’s spaces are well-proportioned, able to hold a good-sized family while still feeling intimate.
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