Bass Lake Lions Club Announce 8th Annual Bass Lake Home Tour

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Several beautiful and luxurious Bass Lake Homes will be open to the public at the annual tour of the popular resort destination.

Back by popular demand and a special addition to this year’s Bass Lake Home Tour is the home of Lion Ed Koehler and Peg Sullivan on Lake Drive. As the street name implies, Ed and Peg have wonderful views of the lake from their gorgeous home. Forty-eight w

Back by popular demand and a special addition to this year’s Bass Lake Home Tour is the home of Lion Ed Koehler and Peg Sullivan on Lake Drive.

Everybody who comes on these tours says it’s a fun relaxing day. They get a chance to meet a lot of owners on site and get tips on how to decorate their homes. It’s a lot of fun

The Bass Lake Lions Club have announced their 8th Annual Bass Lake Home Tour taking place September 14 from 10 am until 3 pm.

The annual tour showcases some of the unique and impressive homes that have been built around the popular resort destination located just a short distance from Yosemite National Park.

“Everybody who comes on these tours says it’s a fun relaxing day. They get a chance to meet a lot of owners on site and get tips on how to decorate their homes. It’s a lot of fun,” said Beth Carver with Bass Lake Realty and the Bass Lake Lions Club who organizes the event.

Bass Lake, once named as One of the West’s Best Lakes by Sunset Magazine, is known for its wide array of recreational activities both on and off the water, as well as large selection of lodging and dining options just off the shore.

The scenic beauty combined with fun events make it a popular place for visitors and residents alike who have poured countless hours and dollars into creating some truly majestic homes. One of those is a favorite of prior tours, a 3600 square foot retreat belonging to Ed Koehler and Peg Sullivan. The energy efficient, handicap accessible home has inspired prior tour-goers with its mix of elegance and green building techniques.

“Entering the two-story-high great room is an experience of light and air. At the end of the built-in buffet and between the sunken living room and dining area stands the amazing Australian ‘Eco-Smart’ ethanol-burning fireplace; above are sugar pine beams and bent-wood fans,” said Carver.

“Purposefully designed to be low maintenance, the fire-safe exterior consists of HardiPlank shingles, Eldorado Stone, stamped concrete, and stainless steel cable railing. Naturalized landscaping and cascading water walls create a pleasing area for relaxing and entertaining outdoors.”

In addition to the tour, guests can enjoy lunch cooked up by the Bass Lake Lions Club in The Pines Village from 11 am to 2 pm. The cost for the tour is $20 prior to the event or $25 the day off. Proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Oakhurst Library and the Bass Lake School District/Yosemite Unified School District Band Program.

To purchase tickets or learn more, visit http://www.BassLakeHomeTour.com or call Beth Carver at Bass Lake Realty at 559-642-3600.

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