Lake Tahoe Mountain Home

Lake Tahoe Mountain Home


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
3 Bathrooms
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Our home

Mountain comfort is the theme at this newly built home. Plenty of room for enjoying the treetop view and time by one of the two gas fireplaces. Including a gourmet kitchen and new entertainment center, this is the perfect house for any group. This beautiful home is located just two miles from Tahoe City. Mirasol guests have access to the private lake-front beach club that has 2 piers, BBQs, picnic tables, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, and a playground for the children.

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Who we are

  1. Greg and Jo are avid outdoor adventure lovers and along with our two children Finnegan & Olivia (ages 9 and 6)all of us equally enjoy spending time in the Mounatains year round as well as our favorite destination the Hawaiian Islands. We have recently traveled abroad as a family and are always looking for places of interest primarily in Europe and Oceania.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

Walking anywhere in the neighborhood is beautiful. If you go straight up Silver Tip (walkable or there is also parking) you can follow the trail out into a series of meadows. You can see Twin peaks and part of Alpine Meadows Ski Resort. You can cross country, but it should also be firm enough for walking. We love it out there!
A great half-day outing is Emerald Bay. Just viewing the bay from above is awesome. Take a right back out on West Lake Blvd. And head south for about half hour. When you see the sign for D.L.Bliss State Park you are close. You cannot miss it. There is a parking lot on the left where you can view Emerald Bay. Another 100yds. And there is a lot on the right or free parking on the road. There is a short hike starting out of there that will be beautiful with the spring run off. To the Bridge is a 1/2 mile loop trail which is new. If you want more it is another mile to Eagle Lake it is beautiful.

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