3900 Kaweah River Drive
Three Rivers, CA 93271
3 BR, 3 BA
Kaweah Falls is a modern rustic retreat tucked away at the base of the Sequoia National Park in beautiful Three Rivers, California–just 3 hours north of LA and 4 hours south of San Francisco. The home’s original structure was built in 1947 by architect Frank Robert, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright. This spectacular 3,000 square foot home literally has a river running through it–right under the dining room! While sipping wine at the bar, you can watch rainbow trout swimming below through the glass-bottomed floor.
Yep. That is the Kaweah River running under the house!
Kaweah Falls has just undergone an extensive five-year renovation, and the results are absolutely amazing. The home sits on a spectacular .74 acres in the cozy community of Three Rivers, known as the gateway to the Sequoias. This would be the ideal getaway spot for nature lovers, hikers, cross-country skiers, kayakers, and whitewater rafters. It’s a serene oasis for escaping the stress of city life with all the modern conveniences.
This home was a Top 20 Finalist in Dwell magazine’s “Homes We Love” contest and has also been featured in Sunset magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times.
Clearly, the outdoor space is second to none.
If you would like to see this stunning home in person, call me to schedule a showing at 323-775-6305 or email me!
To get the full sense of the river running through this house, check out this video of Kaweah Falls in action: