Coming home to Nagi Tanka – a Lakota translation of Great Spirit – means taking in a world of perspectives.
Situated on a two-parcel, Drawing inspiration from Yosemite National Park's legendary Ahwanee Hotel.
Upon entry through exquisite custom double doors, you’ll encounter splendid southward vistas over Lake Tahoe as well as an eye-catching walnut staircase paired with custom iron railings in the image of leather-tied balusters accented with aspen leaves.
5.3-acre lot with 313 feet of lakefront, this 12,679 square-foot property – drawing inspiration from Yosemite National Park’s legendary Ahwanee Hotel –offers expansive lake views.
Here you’ll find a living room with the home’s most panoramic lake view in addition to 39-foot alder ceilings illuminated by custom hidden light fixtures.
Just off the living room sits a Lakeview bar accented by a 10-foot section of a claro walnut tree, mirroring similar accents embedded in the living room’s fireplace mantel, legs, and slabs.
Kitchen & Dining
Italian-inspired touches adorn both the kitchen and dining room, which respectively feature barrel ceilings with red brick veneer and Venetian plaster meant to look like copper – elements that lighten both rooms.
In the family room, 12-foot-square pocket glass doors open onto a 4,000-square-foot paver terrace surrounded by impeccable landscape design.
The master suite, which boasts gorgeous Tahoe views, a granite fireplace whose mantel is finished in a creamy glaze and warm stain. His and her toilet rooms are encased with textured-glass insets, allowing in natural light.
The bedrooms are very big with all natural lighting effects and carpeted floor, at the window you will see the ocean and feel the ocean breeze thaw will gives you a very relaxing experience.
The bathrooms are very clean and spacious fully furnished built-in cabinets with granite and marble counter tops, it also made of brick wall and tile flooring with a beautiful chandeliers.
Nagi Tanka’s exterior is made of cedar and granite quarried in the Sierra Mountains.
The property also features a 3,800-square-foot four-bedroom guest house with lake views as well as two buoys and a shared pier with a boat lift.