Photo Courtesy of Ward-Young Architecture
Exhibiting a "New Mountain Architecture" design by Ward-Young Architecture, the home has three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, all sitting on one-third of an acre. From the outside, the living wing is definitely the most striking. "To create a building that had the sensibility of the classic Tahoe cabins, we created this great room space that had the dining, kitchen and living areas, all within a form that is reminiscent of that rustic, Tahoe style," architect David Bourke says. Glass windows completely cover the front and back façade, opening the dining room, kitchen and living area to the wooded wilderness outside. Plus, the high, peaked ceiling is a cabin-lover's dream.