Simply charming old Tahoe home within walking distance to Tahoe Park Beach and Sunnyside Resort. Master bedroom has a queen bed, newly remodeled bath with granite countertops and French doors leading out to a private deck. The second bedroom also has a queen bed. The living room is an open plan a big wood burning fireplace and sofa bed. Lovely setting on level lot just 500 feet to the lake. Perfect for a romantic getaway for two, or a small family. Full access to the private Tahoe Park Homeowners beach with pier, picnic/ BBQ area, which is located just one block away.
House, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
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Family reunion at the lake!
This little cottage is perfectly located to the beach and " Sunnyside" restaurant .
I'm almost afraid to review this place as we'd" like to" stay there again soon.
It is old Tahoe , no dishwasher, few kitchen amenities , and the neighbor was having sewage issues (though the workers where nice and asked if they need to move there(2) trucks.....
super great location, cute house set back off of the road, (small) two bedroom, two bath, with all the basics covered. access to Tahoe Park is a big bonus, Spoon is a great dinner spot and the newly updated West Shore Market is sweet - nice deli, coffee bar, baked goods, and a general store. Hammer House is an excellent home base for a great stay on the West Shore.
Cozy, quiet, but central location
This is a nice, small house on a quiet street within a short walk of the beach and Sunnyside Resort. Nothing fancy but comfortable and convenient. Kitchen is older but baths have been updated. Tiny TV should be replaced. It was a good size for a small family of three but not any more than that. Front yard is removed from street and surrounded by trees so it's good for sitting outside, especially if no one is staying next door since the houses next door are very close.
great location, just three miles from Tahoe City, walk to Sunnyside and great private beach, bike trail at the end of the street runs for miles.