Tahoe Pines Cabin

(West Shore Lake Tahoe)
Vacation Home
4030 Doe Avenue, Tahoe Pines, Homewood, CA 96141

Sleeps 6
2 Bedrooms/1 Bath
Master Bedroom: 1 Queen
Upstairs Loft: 2 Queens

•(2) Cable TVs, Stereo, DVD/CD
•High-Speed Wi-Fi DSL Internet
•BrassFlame Woodstove with Glass Door
•Washer/Dryer, Linens for Six
•Microwave, Coffeemaker, Blender & More
•Fully Furnished, ready to move in!
•AEK - All Electric Kitchen (except No Dishwasher - unless you bring the kids!)
•Easy Access, Flat Terrain at Lake Level
•Large, secluded, level lot - easy in & out
•Within walking distance of lake (1600 ft.)

5 Miles South of Tahoe City
1 Mile North of Homewood Marina
Adorable, Cozy A-Frame, Private Creekside Setting
View from across the creek. (Driveway entrance is to the right of cabin. Access is not as difficult as it looks. Cabin can be accessed without crossing creek or using footbridge.) Spring photo taken June 1, 2003; Winter photo taken Dec. 15, 2002.
Mouseover to see winter photo

Photo Gallery
Cabin & Front Deck from Footbridge
Cabin & Front Deck
From Footbridge
BrassFlame Woodstove, Kitchen & Dining Counter
Woodstove, Kitchen &
Dining Counter
Living Room from Kitchen
Living Room from
Kitchen
Living Room and Front Door
Living Room
& Front Door
Master Bedroom with One Queen
Master Bedroom
with One Queen
Master Bedroom with Giant Tamarack Outside
Master Bedroom with
Giant Tamarack Outside
Spacious Upstairs Loft with Two Queens
Spacious Upstairs Loft
with Two Queens
View from Upstairs Loft
View from Upstairs Loft
All Electric Kitchen with Microwave
All Electric Kitchen
with Microwave
Dining Counter & Kitchen Sink
Dining Counter &
Kitchen Sink
Built-In 14.4 cu. ft. Refrigerator
Built-In 14.4 cu. ft.
Refrigerator
Bathroom with Shower
Bathroom
with Shower
Stairway & Living Room Carriage Lamp
Stairway & Living
Room Carriage Lamp
BrassFlame Wood Stove
BrassFlame
Wood Stove
Living Room & Pecky Cedar Walls
Living Room &
Pecky Cedar Walls
Hallway Runner Leading to Back Door
Hallway Runner
Leading to Back Door
View from Across the Creek
View from Across
the Creek
Bicentennial Bridge built in 1976, shown with new lodge pole pine hand rails and posts.
"Bicentennial Bridge"
Built in 1976
Lodge Pole Pine Woodshed & Giant Cedar
Lodge Pole Pine
Woodshed & Giant Cedar
Lodge Pole Pine Woodshed
Lodge Pole Pine
Woodshed
Babbling Brook in the Spring
Babbling Brook
in the Spring

Front Deck Overlooking Creek
Front Deck
Overlooking Creek

Creek Runs From Nov 30 - July 1
Creek Runs From
Nov 30 - July 1
Creek From Bicentennial Bridge
Creek From
"Bicentennial Bridge"
Creek and "Bicentennial Bridge." You can just barely see the cabin behind trees to the right of center.
Creek &
"Bicentennial Bridge"
Front Deck Stairway
Front Deck Stairway
New Chimney and Giant Cedar
New Chimney &
Giant Cedar
Closeup of New Chimney
Closeup of
New Chimney
TPHA Private Pier Gate
TPHA Private
Pier Gate
Tahoe Pines Homeowners Association Pier
Tahoe Pines Homeowners
Association Private Pier
Bicentennial Bridge and Frozen Creek
"Bicentennial Bridge" &
Frozen Creek
Moose Lamp
Moose Lamp


Where Are We?
Take Interstate 80 to Route 89 South or Highway 50 to Route 89 North. However, if snow, then Northbound Highway 50 will be closed at Emerald Bay.
Drive five miles South of the "Y" at Tahoe City or five miles North of Tahoma.
One mile North of Homewood Marina & Ski Resort.
From the North, cross the stone bridge at Blackwood Creek and get ready to turn West onto Grand Avenue.
Doe Avenue looks more like a driveway than a street - from Grand turn left at the white arrow that says 4030 Doe.

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Distance to Ski Resorts:
Resort
Miles
Alpine Meadows
11.9
Diamond Peak (formerly Incline)
21.8
Heavenly Valley
27.4, however, Route 89 is
usually closed at Emerald Bay,
so fuhgeddaboutit!
Homewood Mountain Resort
1
Mount Rose
27.2
Northstar-at-Tahoe
26
Squaw Valley
12.6

Use www.mapquest.com for driving directions. IMPORTANT NOTE: Not all map web sites and GPS systems have the correct driving directions. Some incorrectly instruct drivers to access our cabin from Park Avenue, but that is wrong! Doe Avenue does not go all the way through from Park Avenue. There is a small stream in the way. Instead, access our end of Doe Avenue from Grand Avenue - not Park Avenue.

Click here for an overview of the Lake Tahoe region.

For more information
call 408-779-3426


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