Villa Leica is, simply put, this incredible, newly constructed, riverfront lodge should not be missed. Set across the Truckee River in a private setting, you will relish being backed up to the natural rock walls of Painted Rock.
Inside, adjourn with your party to the recreation room with its oversized sectional sofa, pool table, wet bar and two flat screen televisions. When it is it time to relax, retire to one of the five suites. Every master bedroom has a California king bed, walk-in closet and a private bathroom for total comfort. Beautiful light fixtures and multiple skylights abound for continued sunlight. Oversized windows face the Truckee River and look towards Squaw Valley which is a mere ½ mile away. A private exterior entrance to the master suite lets you fully take in the wood-burning fireplace, sitting area, flat screen televisions and small kitchen and breakfast nook.
The home features beautiful landscaping with stone water features on the Truckee River, plus multiple patio areas and a hot tub to fit 8 adults comfortably.
Olympic Valley, California (also known as Squaw Valley) is an unincorporated community located in Placer County northwest of Tahoe City on the banks of the Truckee River near Lake Tahoe. It is home to Squaw Valley Ski Resort, the site of the 1960 Winter Olympics. Olympic Valley is the smallest resort area to host the Olympic Winter Games.