Ahwahnee House Rental Photos and Description
Large family home with your own secluded pool paradise!
5 bedroom, 4 bath private retreat sleeps 13 on 10 acres just off CA Hwy 49 with easy access into Yosemite National Park - either through Mariposa or Oakhurst.
First floor Master Suite is fully handicapped-accessible. Garage ramp & ramp from private deck to pool. Perfect for either the able or those with limited mobility. King Sleep Comfort bed - 2 adjoining twins with remote controls for positioning & vibration. Back-to-back vanities, 1 wheelchair accessible with hand dryer. Walk-in/roll-in shower with bench seat, handrails & hand-held shower. High toilet with handrails & Toto bidet- wheel chair accessible with charging area for power chairs. Seating area, 42' flat screen TV, gas fireplace, private deck.
Upstairs Master Suite with king bed, loft, 3 decks, jetted tub, equipped exercise room (rowing machine, weight bench, Nordic Trac elliptical trainer, light free weights, exercise ball, kettle balls, stretch bands). 32' flatscreen TV, Blu-Ray.
Bedrooms 3 & 4 are Jack & Jill set-up. Both bedrooms have queen beds, vanities, walk-in closets with shelves. Shared bath room is a tub/shower combo, 2 sinks, & direct access to deck & pool. Pool towels provided for all.
Library bedroom has fold-out queen sofa bed & private bath. Off kitchen; blind provides privacy, & not noise protection. Better suited to night owls. Earplugs provided :)
Game room (adjacent to bedrooms 3 & 4) can sleep 3 - futon and 2 twin fold-out ottomans. Beds are firm - better suited to the youngsters/teens. Queen Aero bed upon request. Game room has board games, cards, flat screen TV, Blu-Ray, Wii.
Open floor plan with intimate spaces. Kitchen is the heart of the home, the 2-story river rock wall the backbone. Wood-burning stove (wood provided) and hearth seating in a cozy living room with sectional sofa and 47' flat screen TV, Blu-Ray, Direct TV Satellite.
Fully-equipped open kitchen with all necessities. 2 ovens, 1 convection, 1 not. 2 sinks (2 prep areas), dishwasher, microwave. 3 fridges: 1 Sub-Zero, 1 under counter beverage fridge, 1 full in pantry. Pantry. Blender, toaster, Cuisinart, coffee maker, coffee bean grinder, French Press, crock pot, specialty
kitchen gadgets, dishes & utensils for 24. 18' flat screen TV for the cooks. Many cookbooks :).
Farm-style dining table seats 8 easily, 10 cozily - 10 chairs. Kitchen table seats 6+ (bench seat can squeeze in 2 more).
Counter stools for 8. Cloth napkins, place mats for your use. Serving dishes, accessories available. Built-in buffet for serving.
Mountain pool in every sense - 'refreshingly cool' even on the hottest of days. Spa can be heated, the pool, not. Slide, low diving board. Pool & spa are not fenced - you're responsible for your kids. If they're not pool-safe, bring water wings or life jackets - these can be bought in Oakhurst. If it's breezy, expect rose petals from the trellis, mimosa flowers or sycamore leaves to litter the pool. Skimmers are provided - no daily pool service. Blower provided for the confused sycamore who may shed leaves on the deck no matter the season.
- Events Allowed
- children welcome
- wheelchair accessible
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
This is my primary residence, We purchased this sweet, undeveloped 10-acre slice of the Sierra foothills in 1979. We lived on the property in a single-wide mobile with our two sons for 7 years, and the longer we lived in the mobile, the bigger the house grew. In 2006 we increased 800 square feet (bringing us to 4600 square feet) to add on a fully handicapped-accessible master wing on the lower floor. Widowed in 2008, I've been reluctant to leave - my sons live in the area. I love it here. And, I want to share it. One of my sons will host me when you are here.
We moved to this area because we wanted to grow our business where we wanted to retire - we wanted a life-long affair with our environs. We chose this particular piece of property for the night sky. We'd just come from 2 years of living in the high New Mexico desert on the Navajo Reservation - my husband was a dentist - and we'd never seen sky like that. We wanted that, even in the midst of the pine-studded foothills. And we found it. Getaway Lane is a destination - remember to look up!