An open concept makes it warm and welcoming. The updated kitchen with its expansive island is the centerpiece for family gatherings and additional storage. The open-beamed ceilings add to the interior charm. There are stylish updated bathrooms, dual-pane windows, lots of natural light and great flow from outdoor to indoor for entertaining.
This house has been meticulously loved – an updated, warm interior and a vibrant backyard planted specifically to attract hummingbirds, butterfiles, and bees. A perfect place to call home!
Come take a look at the Open House this weekend from 1-4 p.m. on both Saturday (9/9) and Sunday (9/10)!
3 bedrooms | 2 baths | 1250 sq. ft. |.17 acre lot
To take a virtual tour of 4391 Pembroke Dr., click HERE
Good news for all you skiers and snowboarders out there: a few resorts in Tahoe have opened up recently and more trails and lifts should continue to open as we get into the coldest part of winter!
I am excited to use my Mountain Collective Pass, which gives me two days at various resorts like Squaw, Mammoth, Sun Valley, Aspen, Whistler, etc. Last year I had a season pass to Squaw, but my best friend had a pass to Mt. Rose, so I decided to go for a more flexible pass (she got the Mountain Collective pass too).
Below is some information on the main Tahoe ski resorts. Most are already open for business due to all the snow-making and cold nights, but it has actually snowed and more is on the way!
Here are my comments on a few of my favorites:
Sugar Bowl, quick to get to for a day trip from the Bay Area, challenging runs and a great cozy hotel close to the lift. They have a great New Year’s celebration and a wonderful bar!
Mt. Rose – I know it like the back of my hand. It is where I really learned to ski. Now that Rose & Slide combined and they built a new lodge, it is a great place to be – all the locals from Reno come here and it feels like home to me.
Kirkwood – a bit off the beaten path and in need of a few new lifts, but I love the runs and bowls. It’s not crowded and worth a day trip if you’ve never been.
Check out this rarely-available Oakhurst condo!
It resonates peace and tranquility with its abundance of natural light and nice, open floor plan.
The property is nestled into a quiet neighborhood with views of the hills so you can come home and relax to complete serenity.
Enjoy updated bathrooms with Restoration Hardware upgrades, tall ceilings, spacious bedrooms, a large master bath and a bonus walk-in closet.
The property backs up to the 7th hole of Boundary Oaks golf course, complete with pond and waterfall and includes one attached garage with interior access, as well as one detached garage. The 2-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,026-square foot home is absolutely perfect for first-time buyers!
Swing by the Open House this weekend on your way to Clayton’s Oktoberfest: we’ll be open both Saturday (10/1) and Sunday (10/2) from 1-4 p.m.
Check out the virtual tour of 1943 Eagle Peak Ave. here!