Nevada’s Twin Cedars was named for the lofty cedars under which it nestles amid panoramic views of majestic Lake Tahoe. From an irresistible mountain lair, the quintessential hideaway retains the charms of its 1936 origins in open beamed ceilings and knotty pine paneling. A baronial stone fireplace enlivens the cozy great room, which is joined by a formal view-filled dining room. Glowing anew, the slate-floored kitchen pairs with a skylit dining nook and private office. The spacious main-level master wing, featuring a library, lake-view sitting room, and stone fireplace, is complemented upstairs by three bedrooms, a skylit den, sitting room, and three baths. The lowest level comprises a living room, bedroom, bath, kitchenette, and adjoining hobby shop. Of all the settings, perhaps the favorite is the sweeping lakefront deck, which captures the 100 feet of shoreline, boat buoy, pier and floating platform, boathouse, sundeck, and sandy beach.