Sierra Bridge House offers a unique take on the classic riverfront vacation - it actually sits above the river! Designed by renowned San Francisco architect Francis Joseph McCarthy, this home was featured in the November 1960 Sunset Magazine as well as many other magazines and publications. Check out the photos to see the historic depiction of this home.
Inside, this spacious house has a cozy atmosphere with rustic decor and several fireplaces, fantastic views of the river and surrounding forest, as well as entertainment to please everyone. There is a Ping-Pong table and treadmill for working up a sweat and a large soaking tub for relaxation. Explore the twelve and a half acres on which this home sits - anything from bird watching to panning for gold in the steam is readily available for the outdoor enthusiast.
Located on one of the largest tributaries of the North Fork of the Yuba River, this house boasts relaxing tranquility with easy access to plenty of activities. Nearby, you'll find opportunities for mountain biking (the area is a major biking destination!), kayaking, windsurfing, boating, and fishing, plus an abundance of hiking trail within just a few miles of the house.
Things to know:
Full kitchen (with dishwasher)
There is no cell reception at this property, but there is a landline phone