Lake Tahoe is home to generations of families seeking a special quality of of life, one that brings family and friends together, sharing the bonds of life, love and adventure. This storybook setting on the magical west shore of Lake Tahoe exemplifies such a lifestyle. Built in the 1920’s, Hidden Hurst, as it has been known through the ages, offers inviting accommodations. The main residence is one level, ideal for gatherings that will likely flow onto the lakeside covered porch, a popular place for relaxation and entertaining while protected from the natural elements. Its well-appointed kitchen with both natural wood and granite counters enjoys its own lake views and opens to both the dining and living rooms. The master bedroom and bath, with the traditional knotty pine interior further complement this unique setting. Nearby is the sleeping cabin. Also one level, you enter from the lakeside deck to its four bedrooms and one bath plan. The site for Hidden Hurst is magnificent. Situated just north of proposed Homewood Mountain Resort with the promise of an upgraded winter ski resort and base facilities; fine dining and marina services are already within easy walking distance. The popularity of this premier location is evidenced by the fact that is was first subdivided in 1896, long before the automobile was a common form of transportation. The fortunate few came by rail and steamship for a few cherished months of the summer to delight in the calm clear waters of Tahoe’s west shore. They came for the summer and stayed for generations. The over half acre site is level and enjoys extensive “grandfathered coverage” for future expansion and improvements. You enter through iron gates set in tall stone walls, the drive is circular. Stone pathways lead you between the residences, flanked by extensive and lush landscaping. Several ancient cedars tower overhead as your view opens to the cobalt blue waters of Lake Tahoe. Pathways continue to the lakeside stone patio, overlooking your extensive frontage on Lake Tahoe only steps from the beach water’s edge. Whether dining lakeside, napping in the hammock, out boating on the Lake, or enjoying a friendly game of croquet on the manicured lawn, the opportunity to be only the third family in the ownership chain of Hidden Hurst awaits you. Two private deep water buoys complement this fine and unique offering.