The Jewel of Blue Lake Springs. Our home is 3000 sq. ft of well appointed furnishings, hardwood floors, wood walls and vaulted ceilings. Views from every room, and each has its own sliding door for access to one of the three wood decks. Casa de Montana (Mountain House) is considered one of the finest homes in all of Blue Lake Springs. Guests have access (a nominal fee applies) to Snowflake Lodge, private swimming pool, ping pong, basketball, tennis, and two private lakes. The driveway is level, so winter access is easy.
The Master suite has a cal King bed with pillow top mattress, the en suite has a large walk-in shower, with separate jetted Jacuzzi tub. The vanity is equipped with two sinks.
Guest room number one, also has a Cal-King bed with pillow top mattress, guest room number two has a queen bed, and room number four has two twin beds and one large futon.
Living room equipped with iHome which is a dock to accommodate your iPod or iPhone for music
There is another full bath downstairs, and a half bath just off of the kitchen.
Nestled on the door steps of the Stanislus National Forest at the 4000 foot level is Arnold, California. Arnold is ideally located just 30 minutes. from Bear Valley with snowmobiling, snowshoeing, downhill and cross country skiing in the winter. Hiking and mountain biking in the summer. Fish and boat on Lake Alpine, water & jet ski, on Lake Don Pedro, or New Melones Res.
Explore the historic town of Columbia, Angels Camp, Jackson or Sonora, all a short drive away.
Golf is only 15 minutes away at Forest Meadows, Sequoia Woods, a private club is only 8 minutes away. Or for the beginner, Meadowmont, an easy nine hole is just 3 minutes away.
Also throughout Calaveras County, visit the many area wineries, or take in an outdoor concert at both the Ironstone Vineyard Amphitheater, or the Bear Valley Music Festival.
15 minutes away in Murphys, galleries, monthly festivals and Shakespeare in the park. Or the Frog Jump festival in Angels Camp every summer. The Moaning Caverns with a zip line is also very close by.
5 miles away is Big Trees State Park with groves of the giant Sequoias, recognized as the most majestic tree in the world.
Arnold, Gateway to the Sierras, a true four season climate, boundless activities, with something for everyone.