Discover This A Luxurious 2 Bedroom Home With Jaw-Dropping Views In Sequoia

Take a look inside the Sequoia, a beautiful, silver-rated, 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home that sleeps up to 6 guests. The fully equipped kitchen has granite countertops, and a Wolf range, and includes a dishwasher. The living room has a rock fireplace (firewood provided in season), a satellite TV, and WiFi. The beautifully decorated main bedroom has a king-size bed with a 3/4 attached bath. The second bedroom also has a TV with independent satellite reception. The home has a private deck with a built-in gas BBQ, perfect for grilling your favorite meal and dining outdoors.

The vacation home is just a short walk to the Merced River and the Chilunalna Falls trailhead. The Sequoia cabin has it all. No pets are allowed, and the cabin does not have air conditioning. The cabin has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 958 square feet, a 556 square foot deck, and sleeps up to 6 guests. The cabin is nestled just 4 miles inside the southern entrance of Yosemite National Park in the charming and historic town of Wawona. Wawona is located at the base of Chilnualna Falls (the second highest vertical drop waterfall in Yosemite), and home to the principal trailheads into the southern Yosemite wilderness, Wawona is also the closest town to the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias.

Wawona has the feel of a small town but is bustling with activity. Over 160 residents, including Yosemite Park employees, live in Wawona and can be seen gathering at the town’s community center, playing a pickup game of basketball at the elementary school, jogging on one of the many picturesque trails, or simply walking their dogs and baby strollers through the winding residential streets. The historic Wawona Swinging Bridge boasts the best natural water slide in the Park. The historic village is filled with docents, stagecoach rides, horseback rides, and barn dances in the summer season and the Wawona Meadow Loop offers year-round riparian meadow wildlife viewing.

Wawona was known to the local Native American Miwok in their language as Pallachun (a good place to stay). It is located entirely within Yosemite National Park (it preceded the founding of the park as a national recreation area), and is located on the South fork of the wild and scenic Merced River, on the main highway (State Route 41) from Fresno to Yosemite Valley. Galen Clark, who helped gain preservation legislation for Mariposa Grove and what later became part of Yosemite National Park, occupied the Wawona area in 1855 and established a tourist rest and modest ranch which he later sold and made into a hotel and resort property (the Wawona Hotel). The Wawona post office was established in 1878 and was originally called Clark’s Station. The Redwoods In Yosemite has over 120 vacation rental homes and is proud to say that all of them are located in Wawona. All are within walking distance of everything that Wawona has to offer and every one of them is surrounded by the majesty of Yosemite National Park.

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