SAWMILL HARBOR 16 Golf Links Drive, Glenbrook, Nevada 89413
Overlooking Lake Tahoe and the historic pilings of a 1900-era pier, this beautiful two-story, four bedroom, lake front home is situated on a landscaped bank that borders a large sandy beach. Built in 1938, it is one of the few remaining examples of Lake Tahoe vernacular architecture left in the gated community of Glenbrook. This historic home has been the summer residence of film stars Rita Hayworth and Ida Lupino. The spacious interior is completely finished in knotty pine; every room has lake views. The home is in excellent condition, and has been updated while retaining its historic charm. It has four bedrooms, two full baths, and will sleep 9 people. The kitchen is large and up-to-date.
The living and dining rooms have picture windows overlooking the lake, plus a local granite fireplace. Planned for family entertaining, this property includes a spacious front lawn, an enclosed back lawn and a private sandy beach. A western view of the lake and sierras offers beautiful sunsets in all seasons.
Keywords: Lake Front Home with Private Sandy Beach
Hans R. Jepsen and Charlotte Lovegrove married on July 24, 1922. They had three sons: Ray and twins Bob and John. Charlotte had spent her youth summering in Glenbrook with the Hunting family, as she was helping Mrs. Hunting with her three sons. The Jepsens purchased the lot in Glenbrook in 1938 and had the house built in 1939. The family lived in Minden, but spent their summers at the lake from that point on. The house is one of the few homes in Glenbrook to remain with the original family.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Jun 1 2014 - Sep 30 2014
7 night minimum stay
|Pet Fee||100 + Tax|
|cleaning||200 + Tax|
|$800 reservation/security deposit required to secure reservation. Non refundable. Security deposit refundable if there is no damage. Payment in full 60 days before check-in. No refund for cancellation 60 days or less before check-in.
Forms of payment: traveler checks, bank money orders, cashier checks or Visa/Mastercard.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.