Carnelian Bay Property Enchants Buyers with its $749,000 Price Tag

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Escape to Carnelian Bay, California where pristine mountain forest meets the enchanting waters of Lake Tahoe. Nestled upon a quaint hilltop overlooking the shore lies a 1930s gem, just three miles outside Tahoe City and twenty minutes from world-class ski resorts. 4345 Jeffrey Way’s prime location and reasonable price tag, earned it a spot in New York Times Great Homes and Destinations article, “What You Get for…$750,000” – and for good reason. The lakefront property boasts historic charm, a private beach, and close proximity to local attractions.

Traipse up the delightful stone walkway to be greeted by a pair of lovely French doors. Enter from the expansive deck to living room and find a space where memories are made. Natural beauty of the outdoors stream into an open layout from large windows. A charming gas stove and tinted plaster walls offer a charming touch.

Original hardwoods and knotty pine carry from the living space into the gourmet kitchen. Stainless steel appliances, rich granite countertops, cooktop island, and custom cabinetry emanate a chic, rustic look. Bedrooms include peaked roofs with exposed beams, skylights, and baths with travertine and porcelain finishes.

Residents enjoy a dreamlike setting with a stunning mountain backdrop and pebble beach right outside their door. Picturesque views, turn-key interior, and incredible price point make this an extraordinary lakefront property. Find your essence of extraordinary with Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty.

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