From the entryway, climb the stairs to the second story to find an open living space with sumptuous hardwood floors, contemporary lighting fixtures, and elegant leather furniture. Couches and armchairs surround a traditional stone fireplace, where you can catch the game or watch a movie on the large flat screen TV above the mantle. Behind the couches, a bar height table and chairs sits in front of the windows that look out into the lush forest. From here, you can access the back deck, where you can take in the cool mountain air and spend the evenings in your private hot tub.
The open floor plan also comprises the dining room, where a long wooden table and combination of chairs and a bench can seat up 10 guests. A mountain-chic design includes an Edison bulb chandelier overhead and rustic artwork on the walls.
Next to the dining table, the kitchen island and breakfast bar has additional seating for three, and connects the dining area with the kitchen. Stone countertops and stainless steel appliances add to the contemporary feel of the room, while the fine wood cabinetry gives it a classic look. With a six-burner gas stove and plenty of counter space, you’ll be able to prepare meals for your entire group.
On this main floor, you’ll also find the Master Bedroom, which has a king-size bed and a mounted TV. A large window looks out into the woods beyond, and a sliding barn door leads to the attached ensuite bathroom, which features a gorgeous design combining natural wood and stone, pure white ceramic, and contemporary fixtures, such as the stand-alone stone shower and double bowl sinks.
This floor also houses the upstairs queen guest room, which has a queen-size bed. Nearby is the upstairs guest bathroom, which has a combination shower/tub and a single sink.
Head downstairs to the first floor for the rest of the bedrooms. The downstairs queen guest room has a queen-size bed, while the bunk room has a full/full bunk setup. These rooms share the downstairs guest bathroom, which has a single sink and a combination shower/tub. The laundry room, with a washer and dryer, is also located on this floor.
The additional living spaces, both inside and out, make this home truly unique. Downstairs there’s a cozy family room with a second fireplace and plenty of plush seating, a full-size sleeper sofa, and another large mounted TV. From here you can access the lower deck, where you can relax among the trees in the cover of shade. To take full advantage of the incredible summer Tahoe evenings, there’s a gas grill on a second deck.
At Pioneer Place, you’ll experience the coveted peace and quiet of a Tahoe retreat. Spend time with family and friends surrounded by the signature pine trees, and when you’re ready to head into town, the lake is only a short drive away. It’s an ideal getaway whether you’re staying for just a weekend or for visiting for several weeks in this mountain oasis.
It is important to know that South Lake Tahoe has strict guidelines and expectations for every guest staying in a vacation rental home. These guidelines apply to items like parking, occupancy, noise and hot tub use during quiet hours. Please note any violation of these guidelines will result in a minimum of a $1000.00 fine.