Dating in the 1920s and now
"If you were invited, you'd travel by train from San Francisco to Truckee, hop on the narrow gauge in Truckee and the train would take you right out onto the Tahoe Tavern pier where your hosts would be waiting," according to a book assembled by owners of Bushwood over the years.The home has had only two other owners, including the current seller who meticulously cared for the property and maintained its character.White built three yurts with wood floors and canvas walls, and escaped to the idyllic spot on the North Shore in the summer months to write.
Wells marched side-by-side with white women from Illinois.Dietz says the owner is looking to sell as her children are now grown and dispersed around the world and it's more difficult for the family to gather in Tahoe."This is a style of house that stays in a family for generations," he says.The 2,293-square-foot guesthouse has two bedrooms and two and a half baths.The kitchen originally didn't have a refrigerator, but is now fully updated with modern amenities.
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