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2019 Mountain Home Awards

Each year Tahoe Quarterly magazine puts out their Mountian Home architectural issue, which highlights the region’s most distinctive homes. Two of these award-winning homes are listed with Sierra Sotheby’s International Realty.

5710 Tiger Lily Court, Norden, CA

Tahoe Quarterly awarded this Sugar Bowl Village home in the Mountain Retreat category, noting that “emphasizing the dual-season mentality was at the core of the 4,200-square-foot spec house by Mt. Lincoln LLC.”   Hans Baldauf, partner at San Francisco–based BCV Architecture + Interiors, was tapped to design a residence capturing the resorts’ year-round appeal. “We wanted to focus on Sugar Bowl’s desire to be a multi-season resort,” says Baldauf. “This house is our celebration of that.”

This newly built 4,200 square-foot, contemporary-style Overland Trail Cabin was designed by award-winning, San Francisco-based BCV Architecture + Interiors.



Building Design: BCV Architecture + Interiors

Builder: Steven Bennett Construction, Inc.

Interior Design: BCV Architecture + Interiors

Square Feet: 4,200

Year Complete: 2018


500 Mule Ears Drive, Norden Ca

Also in Sugar Bowl Village, this one-of-a-kind home was designed for a third-generation member of a skiing family with a long history at one of the oldest ski resorts in the country. High ceilings, cozy but open spaces and custom details define this custom built Sugar Bowl home. 


Inspired by contemporary rustic architecture of California like Sea Ranch and La Ventana at Big Sur, this home was designed by EHDD, world-famous San Francisco Bay Area architects known for the Monterey Bay Aquarium and Exploratorium.

Building Design: Kevin Killen of EHDD Architecture

Builder: Mt. Lincoln Construction, Inc.

Interior Design: Owner

Square Feet: 2,989

Year Complete: 2018

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