Tucked back in Tamarack Springs adjacent to a mesmerizing seasonal creek, crossing the private red foot bridge takes you back in time to this old world meets new world classic high Sierra Nevada cabin. Originally developed in 1950 and later expanded in 1993 with the addition of a second, detached bunkhouse adding a bathroom, second bedroom and a cozy siting room this mountain hideaway provides ample space for the family to spread out.
Situated on just under an acre (0.80 acres) and on the edge of the national forest, this very private and secluded getaway cabin boasts a large, outside natural granite fireplace, a large inside brick fireplace, metal roof, classic mulit-paned windows, winter safety shutters and more. The bunkhouse is finished with T&G paneling combined with roughsawn cedar making for a warm and relaxing bedroom. The original house maintains exposed beam ceilings and classic wood and brick flooring throughout.