A very special lakefront property on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe. The May-Ah-Me Lodge was the resort name for the old Pomin Hotel and cottages built in 1935, and the stone structure on this property, now part of the residence, After this family purchased the property in about 1960, they added on to the cottage to create the new May-Ah-Me Lodge.
Just a few steps from the water with great waterfront amenities….beautiful updated pier with lift, two buoys and a rail system from the boat garage into the lake. This is a treasure as it would never be allowed today.
The living room has a fireplace, tall ceiling, a small kitchen and adjoining bedroom and bath along with access to the south patio. From the main living room, the dining area and kitchen are to the left, with a full bath and pantry behind. Upstairs are two bedrooms, each with its own bath. Lakeviews are showcased from just about every room in the house. A covered deck leads from the main section to a wonderful guest accommodation over the garage, complete with its own private deck.
Down a set of challenging steps, there is a large basement for utilities, storage and, of course, the boat garage with its special rails into the lake.
The property has 125’ on the water, and the close proximity of the home to the water would probably not be allowed today. As you can see, summer enjoyment of this residence has huge focus on the beautiful deck and pier.
Very close by is the newly renovated and enlarged Tahoma Market that should be reopening before long. Homewood Resort for lakeview skiing is a short distance away. Truly a very special place that is waiting for its new owner.
Offered at $7,675,000