Tucked away at the base of the Sequoia National Park, Kaweah Falls House is a unique retreat in the Sierra Nevada mountain town of Three Rivers, California.
The house, which bridges a water flume, was designed by Frank Robert, a student of Frank Lloyd Wright’s. It is built on the spot where a fresh mountain flume meets the Kaweah River. A river literally runs through the house between the bedroom and the main living areas.
The rustic modern home has 4 bedrooms, each with its own ensuite bathroom. The dining room is also an interior bridge across the river.
There is a private beach and several decks and porches where guests can enjoy the river views in peace and tranquility.
Laura Hazlewood Orr says
Wow! What a cool piece of property! Maybe next trip to California, we will have to stay here.