Beds: 3 | Baths: 2 | Size: Approx. 1,998 sqft | Lot: Approx. 8,900 sqft
Palm Springs architect Michael Black designed this modern architectural mountain home as a getaway for his family. Featured in TIME Magazine, there are over 100 hundred windows in this three-story home which allow the visitors to view the forest from nearly every room. Many classic elements of mid-century modern design are on display throughout creating a singular environment that is truly befitting of this mountain community. This three bedroom, two bath home can accommodate up to 8 guests. It has a fully equipped kitchen, wood burning fireplace, game closet, movies and music, wireless internet and cable tv, washer/dryer, parking for 3 cars, access to two private swim beaches, and offers al fresco dining with an outdoor fireplace on a 600 square foot deck.
Lake Arrowhead is just 90 minutes from Los Angeles. The Ferber House is located in one of the most convenient areas at the lake. Guests are just 5 minutes from the water and the town of Blue Jay (movie theatre, gourmet grocery, Starbucks, sports grille, etc.). This National Forest has many outdoor activities including: hiking, skiing, sledding, paddle boarding, kayaking, and paragliding. The historic Lake Arrowhead village offers shopping, dining, boat rides, outdoor concerts, and a children’s fun park.
The home was designed and completed in 1968 by Palm Springs architect Michael Black. Max Ferber (Michael’s father-in-law) was the original owner and client for which the home was built. It was a vacation home for the Ferber and Black family. The original floor plan was intended to be a shared vacation property allowing for multiple families to vacation under one roof and rooms to be divided or shared. Currently one of the most in-demand homes on Airbnb, this property already generates great rental income. Some furnishings are available.
This home is NOT on the MLS and available for private showings only.
Listing courtesy of Rob Kallick, Sotheby’s International Realty