Kaweah Falls is the name of the recently renovated home that's at the base of the Sequoia National Park. A river runs underneath the dining room. A freakin' river. And it's got a glass bottomed floor underneath the bar. What do you even do when you see that? Spot a fish, take a shot?
The house is a 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath beauty that comes in at a healthy 2,500 square feet on a huge lot (like 32,234 square feet huge). The home was built in 1947 by Frank Lloyd Wright student Frank Robert, but has gone through a few heavy renovations (including bridging across a river flume). After the latest renovation, the owners put it on the market with an asking price of $1,950,000. If you're not into that you can just rent the thing for $10,035 a month. Please invite us over for dinner.