Beautiful 4 Bedroom Carmel Valley Home 600' above Carmel Valley Road Nestled under Oak Trees. The home is on a 10 acre parcel near Garland Park creating a complete outdoor and natural setting. At night, the stars are stunning.
The home has spectacular views of Carmel Valley, a very large solar heated private pool (summer use only) and hot tub with plenty of privacy.
Despite the tranquil and peaceful setting, the home is only a 10 minute drive to the Carmel Valley mid-valley shopping area, Carmel Valley Village, numerous wineries and golf courses and a 20 minute drive to the Beach, Restaurant and Shops at Carmel by the Sea.
The home has hardwood floors, a wood burning fireplace, open kitchen and living room with a 1200 square foot deck which wraps around the home. There is cable TV, wifi and VCR. The master bedroom and main guest room each has a queen side bed, the second guest room has two twin beds plus a children's play area and the fourth bed room has a bunk bed and trundle plus a TV/VCR unit. A crib is available. Each Bedroom has views, a skylight and french doors leading directly onto the deck. Also, guests can play horse shoes or simply bbq by the pool.
We have three kids and the home has plenty of puzzles, board games, and kid toys.
The home offers a peaceful place to relax by the pool or fireplace or hiking in Garland Park or visit the local wineries and great restaurants. Enjoy awesome road biking, hiking, mountain biking and golf or a trip to the Beach in Carmel By the Sea or the Monterey Aquarium.
FYI- guest need to supply their own charcoal for the bbq and wood for the fire place.
We price the home for 6 guests with a maximum of 9 total guests. Extra guests over six guests are charged $25 per person per night. Generally, up to six adults will be permitted. We permit dogs at $20 per night per dog so long as the dog does not go on the furniture or beds. Pet owners are required to clean up after their pets.
About Garland Park:
Dog-friendly Garland Ranch Regional Park in Carmel Valley is a popular spot for leisure hiking. Breathtaking views lie around every corner of this 4,462-acre park, with trails varying from easy to strenuous. Notable features at Garland Ranch Regional Park include the Carmel River, Garzas Creek, a redwood canyon and a charming waterfall. Historic buildings dot Garland Ranch Regional Park, allowing visitors to experience Carmel Valley as it once was.
This park is home to a variety of landscapes that occur at elevations from 200 to 2000 feet. From the willow covered banks of the Carmel River through the cottonwood-sycamore stands of the old floodplain. Atop the northern crest of the Santa Lucia Mountains, the trails encounter open oak savannas and spectacular vistas. Along the way, you will travel through maple-filled canyons, dense oak woodlands, and thick stands of chaparral. Garzas Creek gently bisects the park and provides a peaceful, shaded trail that reaches a secluded side canyon of redwoods.
Throughout the park there are reminders of Carmel Valley's past: Rumsen Indian habitation sites; homestead, hunting and logging remains; livestock trails, ponds and springs; and Rancho Don Juan.
Day use activities include hiking, photography, horseback riding, jogging, walking, bird watching, painting and simple solitude, and limited mountain bike riding in the Cooper Ranch area.