Carmel Valley House Rental Photos and Description
House, 3 Bedrooms + Den, 3 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
Charming, one-level, original, craftsman-style ranch lovingly restored. Features: living room with wood floors, stone fireplace, french doors, and built-in bookcases. Formal dining room with table for 8;french doors to jasmine covered deck, wainscotting, and recessed lighting. Three bedrooms- two of which are suites (one with fireplace). All baths were remodelled with stone,tile, and top-of-the-line Fixtures. Additionally there is an entertainment room w HDTV, surround sound, and DVD player.Satelight and high speed internet connections.Kitchen features six-burner wedgewood gas stove, dishwasher, trash compactor, as well as a washer & dryer.Counters are limestone with a solid slab cherry breakfront & cow dinner bell. There is a waterfall, firepit & horseshoe pit in the backyard and fountain in the front. Property is on approximately five acres,fenced for horses). Very private yet easy walking distance to restaurants, wineries, and shops. More info call Sue (see phone number below).
Keywords: Craftman-style Ranch Home
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About The Owner
We live in Oakland where I used to sell real estate. I grew up on the Monterey Pennsula and have family there.We have 6 horses and bring them to Carmel Valley when we come. We take advantage of the riding in Garland Park and surrounding areas.
The Owner purchased this house in 1960
Why The Owner chose Carmel Valley
This is one of the first homes built in Carmel Valley. It has been in my family since the 1950's. My husband and I purchased it from my brothers and sisters in 1994, We totally remodeled it in 2000 with the idea we would retire there. We lived there for about 1 year and decided we were not ready for retirement and decided to rent it for vacationers.It is remodeled above and beyond a vacation home with attention to detail and the feeling of charm and warmth.
What makes this house unique
We love being able to walk to everything in the Village-coffee at the Grey Goose(they have yummy baked goods baked every morning), dinners at one of the Village restaurants, concerts in the park or window shopping at one of the antique stores. We also enjoy the firepit in the evenings with smores with our nieces and nephews. The Valley has the best weather-almost always sunny yet close enough to Carmel and Monterey for all the events.