Our home is located on a cul-de-sac in the Alabama Hills on a 4 acre property surrounded by beautiful BLM land.
House has breath taking views of the Owens Valley, magical rock formations of the Alabama Hills and Sierra Nevada Mountains with views of Mount Whitney and Lone Pine Peak.
This 3 story house has 2 large guest bedrooms and a master bedroom with access to balconys overlooking the Alabama Hills and Owens valley. There is a loft/sitting area with a fold out couch upstairs also with a balcony facing the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range.
Plenty of room to cook and dine in the large kitchen equipped with all the necessary amenities. We offer a large refrigerator, microwave, oven, electric stove, coffe maker, crock pot, dishwasher, cookware, dining ware, utensils, and plenty of cupboard space.
Open living room area with views of the Sierras includes a fireplace and mantle, couch, coffee table, Direct TV with 60” 1080p television, board games, Amazon Fire Stick and personal record collection offers a great place to hang out with family and friends.
The large downstairs basement area host a laundry room with full size washer and dryer, full size pool table and ping pong table with access to the 4 acre property. Feel like hosting a magical evening dinner under the spectrum of millions of stars? We have an outdoor dining area with a glass dining table that can accommodate plenty of people, the stars are truly amazing!
A great hub to explore Mt Whitney, Movie Flat Rd, Lone Pine, Manzanar National Historic Site, Horse Shoe Meadows and so much more. We have books on places to visit and historic places of interest.
We are surrounded by places for hiking, bicycling, mountain biking, mountain climbing, fishing, OHV trails riding, photography, canoeing, golfing and boating.
Diana and I purchased this property in 1997 and were married here in 1999 (see photos). The spot is marked by a bench where we often sit and watch the sunset over the Inyo Mountains.
Our son named the property Reo’s Ranch after our late rescue dog Reo. He encapsulated the feeling of unconditional love we have for this place. Every dog since seems to relish in its free and open space. There is a photo of him with a hat on in the photos.