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As seen in SUNSET magazine, the WALL STREET JOURNAL, and the NEW YORK TIMES. A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT...(and under the dining room!) While sipping wine at the bar, you can watch rainbow trout swimming below through the glass-bottomed floor. Kaweah Falls is a California modern rustic retreat home tucked away at the base of the Sequoia National Park in beautiful Three Rivers, CA (3 hours north of LA, 4 hours south of San Francisco). The original structure was built in 1947 by architect Frank Robert, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright.
The cozy community of Three Rivers is known as the gateway to the Sequoias and a paradise for nature lovers, hikers, cross-country skiers, kayakers, and whitewater rafters.
Kaweah Falls has just undergone an extensive five year renovation. For more info: http://www.kaweahfalls.com
Ideal for those ready to escape the hassles of the city while staying connected with all of today's modern conveniences.
Read the article from the NEW YORK TIMES here.
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