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As you can see from the photos this is a gorgeous modern home in an amazing location. The home was an award winner that was featured in Sunset Magazine. River access from the house, archery, star gazing and relaxing in privacy will all be yours. Depending on the time of year you can sit around an outdoor fire and roast marshmallows and enjoy the night sky. There are two additional cabins that can be rented for larger groups.
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This home is centrally located while remaining private and quiet. It is apx a 3 minute drive to the local market and restaurants and a 10 to 15 minute drive to the entrance to Sequoia National Park entrance station. The house is on South Fork Drive in Three Rivers and South Fork Drive dead ends into Sequoia National Park where you can hike and camp, it's a lesser known entrance and there are no fees to get in, however there are no giant redwood trees in this part of the park. It takes apx 25 minutes to drive from the home to the end of South Fork Drive. It's a beautiful drive but the pavement does end and you'll be on dirt for the last couple of miles.