Leave the city life behind and prepare to de-stress at this fabulous riverfront property along the Kern River.
Described as one of 18 small towns around Los Angeles that you should absolutely visit, according to online publication Curbed Los Angeles, Kernville is one of the state’s best destinations for all kinds of outdoor activities.
Replace that smoggy city sky with fresh air under clear blue skies and enjoy biking, fishing, hiking, rafting, kayaking, camping and more surrounded by the majestic beauty of the Sequoia National Forest and its 1,000 miles of hiking trails. Located just three hours north of Los Angeles and about five hours south from the Bay Area, Kernville is 50 miles east of Bakersfield on Highway 178.
The property is also about a seven-minute drive to Lake Isabella where you can find a ton of outdoor activities as well from fishing, boating, and sailing to water skiing, windsurfing and jet skiing. There are also three marinas.
The home at 606 Sirretta St. in Kernville boasts more than 10,300 square feet of flexible living space and is an ideal retirement destination, vacation home, corporate retreat or family compound.
Rejuvenate your mind and spirit and enjoy the melodic sounds of the Kern River meandering along the undisturbed valley from the comfort of this exceptional property at 606 Sirretta St. where top-rated finishes and amenities are featured throughout.
Two lots were combined to create this unique .78-acre setting for this home custom built in 2006. It boasts more than 10,300 square feet of flexible living space. An ideal retirement destination, vacation home, corporate retreat or family compound, the property includes a single-level main house featuring about 4,400 square feet, in addition to expansive guest quarters with full kitchen, an executive office, and about a 3,000-square-foot lower-level basement with private entry and ideal space for the home gym and its current wine cellar with a capacity of more than 250 bottles.
There are currently five bedrooms, including the Governor’s Room, where the late Nevada Gov. Kenny Guinn would reside during his visits, and two master suites. There are also six full bathrooms and two powder rooms. High ceilings, hardwood flooring, crown molding and oversize windows are featured throughout as well as used brick and river rock.
Windows on either side add to the drama of the floor-to-ceiling river rock fireplace.
A spectacular floor-to-ceiling river rock fireplace with raised hearth soars to the top of the dramatic vaulted ceiling …
Source:: The Mercury News – Lifestyle