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Vintage Romantic 'Old Tahoe' Cabin with Spectacular Views of Lake Tahoe.

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  • Minimum stay:1-7 nights
  • Internet:Yes
  • Pets considered:Yes
  • Wheel chair accessible:No

Property description

Location: Wonderful North Tahoe site in Carnelian Bay, 3.5 miles from Tahoe City
2 bedrooms, 1 bath (plus, fold-out couch in living room). Sleeps 4 comfortably, 6 with fold-out couch. 978 sq. ft.

Replete with original character and charm, this beautiful 'Old Tahoe' cabin was built in 1942, with redwood exterior and knotty pine interior. Enjoy many magnificent views of the lake and mountains from inside and outside this beautifully maintained cabin. Warm yourself on a crisp evening with a fire in the large stone fireplace. Dine before the large picture window with gorgeous lake views. Over 150 trees on the property, many of them 80-100 years old. Watch any of the premium movie channels. Relax on the furnished stone patio as small animals and birds feed from their established 'feeding rocks'.

Hike miles of trails on Forest Service land or enjoy a bike ride on the paved bike path. This 'Old Tahoe' style cabin is a couples' delight or perfect setting for a small family. Located just 3.5 miles from Tahoe City's beaches, music festivals, and farmers markets. World class dining is just around the corner, as well as boutique shopping and art galleries. Close to all North Tahoe attractions.

CABIN FEATURES:
Large living room with beautiful lake view.
Large wood-burning stone fireplace with supplied fir and oak firewood.
Formal dining table expands to seat eight.
Deck with lake view seats eight.
Slate patio with table & umbrella, four chairs, and chaise lounge,
Patio includes pond and 'feeding rocks' for birds, chipmunks, & squirrels (food provided).
Gas barbeque.
Kitchen with refrigerator/freezer, microwave and stove/oven (4 burners).
Dinette off kitchen seats four.
Single bathroom with toilet, shower, and sink.
Master bedroom with king size bed and great view of the lake. (Bed includes down featherbed, electric blanket, and down comforter.)
Upstairs bedroom with full bed and filtered view of the lake. (Bed includes down featherbed and down comforter.)
Couch in living room can sleep one (or, unfolds to sleep two). Wool blankets and an extra down comforter are available for use here.
Lots of floor space in the living room for kids or overflow guests.
Plenty of inflatable sleeping pads (two queen, one full, three twin), linens, blankets and pillows for floor sleeping.
Level parking for 4 cars; 8 parked in tandem; can accommodate boat or RV.

AMENITIES:
Fully stocked cabin: Bedding, linens, towels, pillows, TP, paper towels, soap, BBQ gas, spices, condiments, etc.
27" TVs in living room and master bedroom; DVD in living room.
Cable with all the premium channels (8 HBO channels, 6 Showtime, 9 Cinemax, 3 Starz, 5 TMC, 6 Encore, EPIX, DISC, TLC, MTV, CNN, Lifetime, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone. . . over 200 in all).
High speed internet Wi-Fi connection (130 mbps).
Kitchen includes coffee maker, coffee grinder, blender, rice cooker, toaster, microwave, crock pot, waffle iron, plenty of pots and pans, dishes, glasses, cups, and utensils. Also many spices and a variable collection of condiments.
No washer and dryer, garbage disposer, dishwasher, or bath tub.

Kids, and dogs, welcome! I suppose my limit is two dogs, but if you have more, and they are old, or small, or somehow otherwise reasonable, let's talk. Doggie beds provided: two large, two medium, and two small. Additionally, a supply of sheets you may spread over furniture in order that your doggies may use the furniture without worry.

Smoking is OK on the patio or the deck, but not in the house.

Check-in time, 5 pm. Check-out time, 10 am. This gives me seven hours between guests to insure that everything is in readiness for your visit. NOTE: In those cases where there is no other guest leaving the day you arrive, or arriving the day you leave, I am able to be more flexible, and TYPICALLY you can arrive, and depart, at whatever time of day is optimal for you. Of course, if other guests make a reservation after you have made yours, the 5 pm and 10 am times would apply.

NOTE: In July of 2016, we had guests staying over every night of the month, except two. August looks to be nearly as busy. It's wonderful that so many people like our cabin and want to visit it, but this creates two problems for me. The first is, I have many, many projects I need to work on at the cabin, and this is naturally impossible when I am not there. For example, we have about 150 trees on our property, and these all need to be watered, fertilized, sprayed, pruned, and mulched. The second problem is, I am running back and forth from Sacramento all the time, cleaning and preparing the cabin to my satisfaction, and checking our new guests in. This is pretty exhausting in July. But during the winter, it will be even more demanding. In addition to all my normal tasks, I must snow-blow the driveway, shovel the paths, sometimes chip away ice that has formed, and move firewood around. Further, there is the matter of getting from Sacramento to Tahoe, and back. The roads sometimes have snow; at times, it is snowing while I'm driving. This can result in very slow traffic, and serious delays (exactly when I haven't the time for delays.) Finally, there are some rare occasions when the highway is closed completely, making it impossible for me to even begin my guest-preparation tasks.

Therefore, I have decided to give up my place in Sacramento, and move into the little "mother-in-law" cottage that is on our property in Tahoe, in a separate building. During the winter, this will permit me to keep the driveway and paths clear of snow during your visit, and firewood replenished as needed. During the other months, it will permit me to work on my projects, especially the trees.

I will make a concerted effort to be very unobtrusive during your visit. My goal is for you to barely even know that I am there, except on those occasions when you call on me for one thing or another. However, if I were on vacation, I would prefer that the homeowner be in Sacramento, rather than only in a different building. I am sympathetic to your feeling the same way. Therefore, if, at the end of your visit, you found my presence to be an impediment to your enjoyment, I'll give you a refund of up to 1/3 of the rent you paid. I want everybody who visits our home to have a wonderful time. I think that most people will not find me problematic; for those who do, I am happy to provide substantial consideration to compensate.

For reservations, or questions, call (916-813-8553) or text (916-813-8553) Brian, or use the systems in place here on VRBO.
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Property Type

  • Cabin
  • 978 sq. ft.

Accommodation Type

  • Vacation Rental

Meals

  • Guests Provide Their Own Meals

Suitability

  • Children Welcome
  • Pets Considered:

    Dogs welcome, up to two. If you have more (old, small, quiet), let's talk....moreless

  • Smoking Allowed:

    Smoking outside--on the patio or the porch--is permitted; please exercise normal prudence. No smoking allowed inside....moreless

  • Wheelchair Inaccessible

Bedrooms: 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, Beds for 4-6

  • Bedroom 1: 1 king

    This downstairs bedroom includes an excellent lake view....moreless

  • Bedroom 2: 1 double

    This bedroom is upstairs, and has a tree-filtered lake view....moreless

  • Bedroom 3: 1 double

    Couch in the LIVING ROOM unfolds to double or full-size bed....moreless

  • Downstairs bed ("bedroom 1") has a down featherbed, electric blanket, and down comforter. Upstairs bed ("bedroom 2") has a down featherbed and down comforter. Fold out bed in the couch may make use of available wool blankets or back-up down comforter(s). ...moreless

Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom

  • Bathroom 1: toilet, shower

    Sink...moreless

  • Extra toiletries available in case you forgot something. Two hair dryers. Lots of medicine in the cupboard, but you are on your own regarding expiration dates....moreless

Entertainment

  • Games:

    Substantial collection of board games in the master bedroom closet....moreless

  • Satellite / Cable:

    Cable with all the premium channels (8 HBO channels, 6 Showtime, 9 Cinemax, 3 Starz, 5 TMC, 6 Encore, EPIX, DISC, TLC, MTV, CNN, Lifetime, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone. . . over 200 premium in all)....moreless

  • Television:

    27" TVs in the living room and master (downstairs) bedroom....moreless

Theme

  • Away From It All
  • Family
  • Historic
  • Romantic

Attractions

  • Churches
  • Festivals
  • Health/Beauty Spa
  • Library
  • Marina
  • Museums
  • Restaurants

Local Services & Businesses

  • ATM/Bank
  • Fitness Center
  • Groceries
  • Laundromat
  • Massage Therapist
  • Medical Services

Leisure Activities

  • Antiquing
  • Beachcombing
  • Bird Watching
  • Boating
  • Gambling Casinos
  • Horseback Riding
  • Miniature Golf
  • Paddle Boating
  • Photography
  • Scenic Drives
  • Shopping
  • Sight Seeing
  • Walking
  • Wildlife Viewing

Location Type

  • Lake View:

    Beautiful lake views from the living room, both bedrooms, the deck, and the patio....moreless

Dining

  • Dining:

    Seats 8 at the dining table in the living room (must put in the extra leaves to the table), 4 in the dinette off the kitchen, 4 on the stone patio, 3 on the deck....moreless

  • Dining Area
  • Seating for 8 people

General

  • Fireplace:

    Beautiful stone fireplace that does a nice job of radiating heat. Hardwood, pine/fir, and kindling provided....moreless

  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating:

    Large floor heater in the living room; this can be used with our drying racks and a portable fan to dry clothes made wet by snow. Wall heaters in kitchen and bath; several other portables available....moreless

  • Internet:

    WiFi throughout the house. 130 mbps....moreless

  • Iron & Board
  • Linens Provided:

    Typically lots of extras....moreless

  • Living Room:

    Dining table seats four; may be expanded to seat eight. Furniture seats eight, above and beyond the seating for the dining table....moreless

  • Parking:

    Flat portion of the driveway parks 4 easily, 8 if cars are parked in tandem. Room for a boat or RV. Turn-around area, so that you can pull into the street head-first....moreless

  • Towels Provided:

    Typically lots of extras....moreless

Kitchen

  • Coffee Maker:

    We also have a coffee bean grinder....moreless

  • Dishes & Utensils:

    Matched sets of dishes, glasses and utensils for twelve or more....moreless

  • Kitchen:

    Coffee maker, coffee bean grinder, blender, rice cooker, toaster, microwave, crock pot, waffle iron, plenty of pots and pans, dishes, glasses, cups, and utensils. Lots of spices; variable condiments....moreless

  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator:

    Includes freezer....moreless

  • Stove:

    Electric stove with four burners....moreless

  • Toaster

Outside

  • Deck / Patio:

    Wood deck with excellent lake view seats 8. Stone patio with different lake view has chairs for 4, a large table with an umbrella, a chaise lounge, and a pond from which animals drink in the summer....moreless

 

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Rental basis: Per property
Dates Nightly Weekend Night Weekly Monthly * Event
Mid-Summer
Jul 5 - Sep 1, 2016
2 night min stay
$245 $295
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,500 $5,000
Labor Day
Sep 2 - Sep 5, 2016
3 night min stay
$275 $275
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,600
Late Summer / Early Fall
Sep 6 - Oct 9, 2016
2 night min stay
$195 $245
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,300 $4,500
Mid Fall
Oct 10 - Nov 22, 2016
2 night min stay
$175 $225
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,200 $4,000
Thanksgiving
Nov 23 - Nov 27, 2016
3 night min stay
$200 $200
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,200
Late Fall
Nov 28 - Dec 20, 2016
2 night min stay
$150 $200
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,000 $3,500
Christmas
Dec 21 - Dec 27, 2016
7 night min stay

$1,750
New Year's
Dec 28 - Jan 3, 2017
7 night min stay

$1,925
Early Winter
Jan 4 - Feb 16, 2017
2 night min stay
$240 $290
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,500 $5,000
Presidents' Day
Feb 17 - Feb 20, 2017
3 night min stay
$295 $295
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,700
Late Winter
Feb 21 - Mar 23, 2017
2 night min stay
$199 $249
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,250 $4,000
Spring
Mar 24 - May 24, 2017
2 night min stay
$150 $200
Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,200 $4,000
Memorial Day
May 25 - May 29, 2017
3 night min stay
$295
$1,750
Early Summer
May 30 - Jun 29, 2017
2 night min stay
$245 $295
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,500 $5,000
Fourth of July
Jun 30 - Jul 4, 2017
5 night min stay
$300 $350
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,800
Mid-Summer
Jul 5 - Aug 31, 2017
2 night min stay
$245 $295
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,600 $6,500
Labor Day
Sep 1 - Sep 5, 2017
3 night min stay
$275
$1,600
Late Summer / Early Fall
Sep 6 - Oct 15, 2017
2 night min stay
$195 $245
Fri, Sat
$1,300 $4,500
Mid-Fall
Oct 16 - Nov 21, 2017
2 night min stay
$175 $225
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,200 $4,000
Thanksgiving
Nov 22 - Nov 26, 2017
3 night min stay
$200
$1,200
Late Fall
Nov 27 - Dec 20, 2017
2 night min stay
$150 $200
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,000 $3,500
My Standard Rate
1 night min stay
$75 $275
Fri, Sat, Sun
$1,000 $3,500
* Approximate Monthly rates, actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay

Additional information about rental rates

Fees:

  • Cleaning Fee $125 + tax
  • Refundable Damage Deposit $250
  • Tax Rate 10%

Notes:

1-night offer: Normally, we have a 2-night minimum. However, in those cases where there is only 1 night available between other bookings, you may stay for 1 night.

Cancellation Policy: Initial deposit includes a non-refundable fee of $50 per night for cancellation. Otherwise, all rent, deposits, fees, and taxes are fully refundable if cancelled 30 days or more before occupancy. If you cancel in less than 30 days, I'll try to rent the place again, and if successful, will refund to you all the rent, deposits, fees and taxes other than the $50 per night non-refundable portion of the deposit.

Cleaning fee: I charge a cleaning fee of $125.00. I have surveyed (on VRBO) all the other 2-bedroom locations available in Carnelian Bay, and have found that all charge a cleaning fee; the average is $143.20. Only 26.5 % of these locations allow pets; of those that do, the average additional fee for a pet is $47.50, for a total of $190.70. So I am hopeful that you will find my fee of $125 to be reasonable and competitive.

Winter Fee (Nov 1-April 30--Same dates Caltrans says "carry chains") ($125): During the winter, to prepare for guests I must move much more (free) firewood and also remove a great deal of snow and ice. It takes me more than twice as much time to prepare for our guests in the winter; therefore I charge this fee. VRBO isn't able to apply this fee only Nov 1-April 30, but I'll waive it whenever there is no snow on the ground.

Pet fee: I allow up to two dogs, with no additional fee or deposit.

Damage deposit: $250. So far (as of March 1, 2016), all of our guests have had 100% of their damage deposit returned.

1-week stay: As you note on the rate card, I offer discounts for those who stay one week or more. However, during the busy times of the year, this excludes Saturday to Saturday visits (which consumes 2 weekends). For Saturday to Saturday stays, the weekly discount rate would not apply; instead you would be charged the daily rate.


Owner's cancellation policy:

50% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date.

100% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date.


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Last updated: 08/29/2016
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Location

16 Miles
Nearest Airport
Tahoe-Truckee Airport
3 Miles
Nearest Barpub
Pete & Peters
3 Miles
Nearest Golf
Tahoe City Golf
14 Miles
Nearest Train
Truckee Amtrak
0.25 Miles
Nearest Motorway
Hiway 28
3 Miles
Nearest Restaurant
Jake's on the Lake
11 Miles
Nearest Ski
Squaw Valley
3 Miles
Nearest Beach
Commons Beach

Car: Necessary

 

Owner info

Year Purchased: 1957

About the owner: My grandfather bought this cabin in 1957, when I was three years old. He paid for it with a check for $14,000. He never bought a house any other way. "If we can't pay for it today, we can't afford it" was, I suppose, his motto. He hated to pay interest--in fact, he simply wouldn't. Our family has reaped the benefits of his discipline, and his emphatic refusal to spend money he did not have. My little brothers and I had many happy summers at Tahoe. We played with other children in the neighborhood, who are still here today, over half a century later. This is a nice neighborhood, full of nice people--even those newbies who've only been here for forty years. We three boys used to go on walks in the woods with my dad and my grandpa. We would gather the knots out of fallen and rotting trees, using an old rock hammer, and collecting the knots in burlap bags we still have. The reason for gathering the knots was that they were very dense, and burned hot for hours (and were free). However, as little boys, the excitement for us was found in the license to tear apart the rotting tree, especially if it was full of ants. (Note 1: "knot" here refers not to nautical speed nor rope configuration, but instead to the location in a tree where a branch emerges from the trunk.) (Note 2: In the intervening years, I have, under the long-distance tutelage of E. O. Wilson, developed great respect and admiration for ants, and today do nothing I can avoid, to harm their colonies or their individuals, if "individual ant" is not an oxymoron.) While the knot hunts were great fun, I enjoyed most feeding the squirrels by hand, and attempting to catch the blue-belly lizards around the house and crayfish down at the lake. I have a picture my dad took when I was maybe five, with a squirrel stretching himself to his limit to take food from my extended hand. I still enjoy feeding their descendants today, placing food on the "feeding rocks" to which they have become acclimated.

Why the Owner Chose Carnelian Bay, CA, USA:
1957 was a big year in our family--my grandpa retired, my mom & dad bought their second house, and I retired from only-child status with the birth of my brother Mark, who was, and is, not nearly as good-looking as me. Regarding the cabin, the critical development was my grandfather's retirement. He and my grandma used to spend every summer in Tahoe, and he would spend most of his time puttering around the cabin, keeping everything in top shape. In those days, we used to stain the redwood that makes up the outside of the house. (It's not practical to do this any more--the stains allowed in California have become so weak that they won't keep water out of wood. So now we paint.) My grandfather, ever thrifty, refused to buy commercially prepared stains--"they're ridiculously overpriced". He would instead mix his own, from linseed oil, kerosene, burnt umber, and two other ingredients that I've lost in the mists of time. By the mid-1970's, my grandpa, approaching 80, decided that his best ladder-days were behind him, and sold the cabin to my dad. My dad--a teenaged electrician on his submarine during WWII--updated and expanded much of the wiring in the house, among many other improvements. Our cabin was built in 1942, reflecting the beauty and craftsmanship of that era. But there were many components of our modern everyday life that weren't even on the horizon in a mountain cabin in 1942. Under my dad's direction, we converted from septic tank to sewer (as kids, we weren't allowed to flush unless we 'did #2'), from propane to natural gas, and from wood roof to steel roof, among other things. By the 1990's, Dad had reached his own "get me off this ladder" stage, and I took the lead on cabin maintenance. I was joined in this by my son Evan, and especially by my daughter Amelia, who has a special affection for our "home-across-the-generations". If either of them can ever find ANYONE to marry them, I hope to live to see the 5th generation enjoy our family home.

The Unique Benefits at this Cabin:
As you can see from the pictures on this site, our home was constructed with the "Old Tahoe" look typical of the era (1942). This underlying structure has been augmented by my grandma, my mom, my wife, and my daughter. My grandma was an artist by nature. The curtains in the living room were harvested from a dumpster at UC Davis (my own undergraduate Alma mater) by Grandma. She added to the motif of trees and leaves by hand-painting hundreds and hundreds of pink leaves, matching the shape of those found on the original curtains, but matching the color to the original purple-and-pink-paisley rug in the living room of the cabin. Both the rug and the curtain can be found in this living room today. The main look of the inside of our house was produced by my mom. She grew up in Kansas in the 1920's and 1930's, and many of the decorations to be found on the flat surfaces and the walls reflect her fondness for this era. Since I have been renting out our cabin beginning in 2014, I have found that our guests really warm up to my mom's homey style of displaying nostalgic items. I am gratified to see how many people enjoy the careful effort she has made for so many years. My wife and my daughter have contributed to the look of our place, unexpectedly perhaps, by their work with rocks. My wife and I collected rocks from across the western and southwestern United States; these can be found in various locales around our cabin. My daughter arranged many of the rock configurations that form borders to the paths and plants around the cabin, among other things. When she was younger, we went into the forest together and found some baby manzanita bushes that we transplanted to an appropriate spot near the cabin. All told, there have been four generations of love and attention put into the look and the function of our cabin. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as we do!


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Photos

  • Lake view from living room (summer)

    Lake view from living room (summer)

  • Lake view from master bedroom (summer)

    Lake view from master bedroom (summer)

  • Lake view from deck, just before sunrise (summer)

    Lake view from deck, just before sunrise (summer)

  • Lake view from living room (winter)

    Lake view from living room (winter)

  • Master bedroom-king bed with featherbed, electric blanket & goose down comforter

    Master bedroom-king bed with featherbed, electric blanket & goose down comforter

  • Living room viewed from south

    Living room viewed from south

  • Fireplace; above it are mounted pictures of Tahoe Dad has taken over the years

    Fireplace; above it are mounted pictures of Tahoe Dad has taken over the years

  • Cabin viewed from southeast

    Cabin viewed from southeast

  • Dining table expands to seat 8; 4 others may be served on portable tables

    Dining table expands to seat 8; 4 others may be served on portable tables

  • Dinette off kitchen

    Dinette off kitchen

  • Turn in here! (Wildwood is on the left; we are the first right after Wildwood.)

    Turn in here! (Wildwood is on the left; we are the first right after Wildwood.)

  • Some days, our "feeding rocks" attract more birds;

    Some days, our "feeding rocks" attract more birds;

  • Lake view from deck (summer) (Deck seats 8)

    Lake view from deck (summer) (Deck seats 8)

  • Filtered lake view from upstairs bedroom window (summer)

    Filtered lake view from upstairs bedroom window (summer)

  • Cloud-filtered full moon reflecting on Lake Tahoe (summer)

    Cloud-filtered full moon reflecting on Lake Tahoe (summer)

  • Lake view from master bedroom (winter)

    Lake view from master bedroom (winter)

  • Upstairs bedroom--double bed (full bed), also with featherbed, & down comforter

    Upstairs bedroom--double bed (full bed), also with featherbed, & down comforter

  • Living room viewed from north

    Living room viewed from north

  • Slate patio with pond from which wildlife drink (in the summer)

    Slate patio with pond from which wildlife drink (in the summer)

  • Cabin viewed from northeast

    Cabin viewed from northeast

  • Kitchen viewed from south

    Kitchen viewed from south

  • Bathroom viewed from east

    Bathroom viewed from east

  • 160 foot driveway puts you far from Old County Road.  Parking for 4 cars.

    160 foot driveway puts you far from Old County Road. Parking for 4 cars.

  • Other days, they attract more chipmunks and squirrels (food provided).

    Other days, they attract more chipmunks and squirrels (food provided).

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This listing was first published here in 2014.

Date last modified - Monday, August 29, 2016

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Carnelian Bay, CA, USA #606168

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