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Renovated ’60s A-frame in Alpine Meadows asks $629K

Comes with exposed wood-burning stove and Heath ceramic kitchen tiles

Cabin’s front exterior.
Photos by Ryan Salm, courtesy of Compass

It isn’t often that Curbed SF gets to publish a picture of a dreamy snowfall. But today is a red-letter day as this darling A-frame cabin in Alpine Meadows lands on the market, replete with imagery of the recent snow that blanketed the entirety of the region this winter.

Featuring two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and 1,222 square feet, 1529 Mineral Springs Trail, which was built in 1968, was completely renovated in 2015 by Daniel Fraiman. It now comes with, among other things, a new wood-burning stove and an updated kitchen with Heath ceramic tiles.

The new additions pair nicely with the A-frame home’s midcentury architecture, including exposed beams and a floor-to-ceiling windows. Other highlights include skylights, read outdoor deck, and the privilege that comes with knowing you have a vacation home in your portfolio.

Asking is $629,000.

Living room
Updated kitchen.
Spiral staircase.
Loft area on the second floor.