A rare waterfront property in Lake Tahoe with an 11,000-square-foot residence sitting on practically 5 acres has hit the marketplace for $55 million.
Generally known as Wonoka, the home in Glenbrook, Nevada, sits on a double lot with a sandy seashore and 370-feet of lake frontage.
The property is a part of a string of real estate holdings being sold by Bently Enterprises, together with a 12,000-acre cattle ranch in Minden, Nevada, listed for $100 million, the Sacramento Bee reported on June 1.
The Lake Tahoe itemizing went dwell June 2. The Lake Tahoe property on Zephyr Cove final bought in 2013 for practically $21 million. The residence was in-built 2001.
“Wovoka is one among Lake Tahoe Nevada’s most alluring waterfront estates, providing an array of uncommon and fascinating facilities, on an unlimited double lake entrance lot,” based on the itemizing.
The compound, 1192 and 1200 Highway 50, includes 7 structures with two non-public gated entrances. Among the many outside facilities is a stone boathouse with two lifts, three buoys, a personal pier inside an expansive L-shaped breakwater jetty and an infinity edge salt water pool and spa.
“The architecturally acclaimed essential residence blends harmoniously into the spectacular pure setting with lavishly landscaped grounds; full with gardens, pond, waterfalls and meandering creek,” the itemizing reads.
Inside, the primary residence options hovering ceilings and the intensive use of stone and timbers. Subsequent to the house is a five-car storage related to a visitor home with an identical design. Close to the water is studio condominium with kitchen and spectacular lake views. An adjoining lot features a log long-established visitor home with three bedrooms, connoisseur kitchen and an expansive deck hanging over the lake’s shore line.
One other constructing on the property is a log tree home, “ideally used as non-public places of work, artwork studios or meditation retreats,” the itemizing states.
The yard extending all the way down to the water features a large patio and a lakeside gazebo with a heated ceiling and a fireplace pit.
Christopher and Camille Bently, homeowners of the Nevada distillery Bently Heritage, are the sellers, based on the Wall Road Journal.
The property is listed by Clif Chase of Chase Worldwide Actual Property.
“A number of the issues I like probably the most in regards to the property are the best way the buildings meld harmoniously into the pure environment, and the very uncommon existence of practically each lake amenity that exists,” Chase beforehand informed the Sacramento Bee through electronic mail. “That is very uncommon on the waterfront in Tahoe.”