One of the most stunning rooms in this exquisite home is the main living area. Above it soars a steeply pitched and vaulted ceiling of natural hardwood, with massive wood beams running the length of the room. A traditional chandelier hangs high overhead and provides a warm glow to the cozy space below. The large stone fireplace in the center is rimmed by an stately hearth, and all around it, overstuffed couches and lounge chairs are ready to help you relax into an ideal Tahoe vacation. On the mantle, a large flat screen TV is perched for everyone to see. Modern furnishing and traditional mountain decor come together to make this a fantastic place for visiting with your guests.
The open space of the living area blends into the kitchen, where a large center island provides plenty of granite countertop space for preparing meals. A breakfast bar forms one side of the island, where four people can sit. All around the kitchen, rich wood cabinetry is a calming backdrop for the sleek stainless steel appliances found throughout the kitchen, including a 6-burner range stove and oven.
Dark-stained hardwood floors stretch throughout this cavernous open area, and in the corner, a large dining area has a grand table that seats nine and has views to the trees outside. Throughout the space, contemporary lighting provides an exciting accent to the traditional design.
On the first floor, you’ll also find the Junior Master Suite, which has a California King bed and a widescreen TV mounted to the opposite wall. Large drapes cascade to the floor, and when pulled aside reveal the famous Tahoe blue skies. The attached ensuite bathroom has a stand-alone tub and shower and a double vanity.
Just off from the main living area, a large staircase transports you to the second level, where you’ll find the Master Bedroom. Here, a California King bed sits next to a large window that lets natural light flood in, and provides a view into the pines that dot the landscape outside. The attached ensuite has a wall-length vanity set in front of double sinks, as well as a large white tub and a separate walk-in shower. The room and ensuite together create a relaxing, luxurious space that lets you take a vacation from your vacation whenever you need.
Near the Master Bedroom is the unique and playful and bunk room, which has two twin bunks with trundles that sleep six in all, and a built-in bench below the window that’s strewn with throw pillows. A large TV sits on the opposite wall for easy viewing. On the soft carpet, additional cushions make this a great space for kids to play. The attached ensuite has its own stand-alone shower and a single sink.
Back on the first floor, a powder room and separate laundry add even further convenience to this luxurious Tahoe cabin.
There’s even more reason to celebrate this home once you step out from the main living area and onto the outdoor patio. A large fire pit, built in the same stone design as the exterior of the home, sits in the middle of the grand outdoor space, and a gas grill is yours to use for backyard barbecues. Outdoor patio furniture can seat up to seven, so it’s easy to spend warm afternoons outside and cool nights under the California stars.
Staying at Sagebrush Cabin ensures you’ll have the best of both worlds: A serene Lake Tahoe cabin to retreat to, and all the outdoor activities, history, and beauty that has made this quiet corner of California such a famous vacation destination.