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Incredible Value in Tahoe Donner!

by www-brandonwalshtahoe-comJuly 24, 2019





Unique and CUSTOM features to 14891 Wolfgang Road


Outdoor Features

  • Large Sun Exposed Driveway with parking up to eight vehicles
  • Westward Views of the Back of the Sierra Crest
  • Back Deck has stair access to yard.
  • Back Deck gathers sun from the East in the morning.
  • Front Deck offers sun from the West in the evening.


Heating/Cooling Systems/Utilities

  • Ceiling Fans in Master Bedroom and Great Room
  • Localized heat in with electric wall heaters (in addition to forced central air and stove) in Master Bath, Downstairs Bath, and Downstairs Beds.
  • Electric Outlet behind Master Bath Toilet for Bidet.
  • Natural Gas Bibs Available in Garage for additional heater hook ups.
  • Natural gas Bib available behind the wood burning stove.
  • Water Bib available on upper back deck, ground level East side of house and near the lower snow level entry.
  • 220 electrical receptacle in garage for additional power tool hook up.
  • Air Intake above Great Room Wood Stove that connects into the forced air system to funnel/diffuse warm air from wood stove throughout the home.
  • Hot water heater is located below the kitchen and near to upper and lower bathrooms and the utility room sink.
  • A secondary programable hot water booster pump was installed on the water heater to make hot water readily available in the master bath.
  • A portion of the 4-5 ft high crawl space has a gravel substrate and is lighted. The crawl space is accessible from the lower front entry heater room and a larger opening door on the southeast backside of the house.
  • The house water system twist drain lever is located in the front entry heater room for easy access.


Interior Finishes

  • Shower Hardware is Hansgrohe/Grohe.
  • All baseboards stair side boards are custom cut oak.
  • All under counter kitchen cabinet and bar shelves are full length pull out roller gliders.


Snow Consideration

  • Cedar siding snow diversion structures are located at upper and lower front entries.
  • The lower front entry snow diversion structure also protects the gas meter and is large enough to store a snow blower.
  • Two larger and taller snow diversion structures are located on the backside of the house. These structures limit snow encroachment onto the house in the respective locations and offer winter storage areas (fire wood).
  • Front and back upper level decks have removable lower sections of railing to facilitate “push” shoveling snow off decks.
  • There are front entry doors at both ground and split level. The lower front enters into a small mud room where the forced air furnace is located. An April Air Humidifier is attached above the furnace and into forced air system.
  • This home’s simple roof configuration sheds all snow to the sides of house and away from the garage door and all entries. Roof edges have a 3 ft metal trim to facilitate shedding of snow.






  • The garage ceiling is just under 12 feet high.
  • With a portion of the garage extending the entire depth of the house one could store a boat and a vehicle or maybe 3 vehicles.
  • The garage contains an electric power transfer box and a long extension cord for connecting to a generator in the lower entry snow ex-closure in case of power outage.
  • The transfer box isolates 8 important interior circuits enabling a small (2KW) generator to run circuits independently.
  • The insulated cedar wood garage door features addition 1.5” rigid foil back insulation on the interior.
  • In addition to the overhead garage door, there are front and back entry access doors into the garage.
  • There is a pulley/sling system in the garage that can hoist a seasonal use kayak or SUP board or both above parked vehicles.
  • There are telephone and TV jacks in the garage and all 4 major rooms.



  • The house is wired with a Wi Fi boosted, battery backup, security system (California Security). The security system includes sensors for: window breakage, perimeter door opening, interior room motion detectors, smoke and high and low temperature extremes.



Structural Consideration and Insulation

The house roof is a ventilated scissor truss construction allowing a thick layer of insulation. It is not a hot roof with potential condensation and icing problems. Extra batt insulation was added above the center of the upper level ceiling. The crawl space exterior walls and ceiling are batt insulated. All interior walls and lower level ceilings contain batt insulations for sound dampening. Forced air ducks in crawl space are wrapped with additional insulation.  This house has no recessed lights (ceiling holes through both sheet rock [fire protection] and insulation [heat loss].






































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