A winding paver pathway studded with boulders leads to a stunning farmhouse. Pairs of Adirondack chairs scattered in the yard offer idyllic vantage points for taking in lake views.
The master bedroom, screened porch and the great room all have direct access to this lake view deck. Its weighty railing matches the heft of the rest of the house.
Terraces and balconies serve up incredible lake views, not hard to do as this grand residence is a short stroll from the water's edge.
Vertical brown siding encompasses one side of the exterior of this modern home. A gravel and concrete walkway leads the way to other parts of the home.
The homeowners of this lakefront residence requested a wraparound deck off the home's main floor, all the better to see the incredible views, of course!
His car, her car, their cars...there's room for a crew at this grand Lake Tahoe cabin, perched on the waterfront.
One of the new additions to this 1980s home on the edge of Austin's lake was a screened-in porch. A casual sitting area lets residents get lost in those panoramic views.
A series of arches perfectly frame lake views for anyone seated at this outdoor dining table.
The home is situated on a point lot of Tahoe Keys, giving it prime position for sweeping lake views.
A pair of modern Adirondack chairs sit on stone pavers, surrounded by dense beach grass and shrubs for a private, unobstructed lake view.
With lake views like these, the decor in this bedroom can be kept subdued and simple. Rugs and pillows with subtle patterns bring in subtle notes of dimension.
A long island with barstools means that it's easy to keep the chef company and take in yummy lake views. The room's light-colored palette doesn't compete a whit with the natural surroundings.
The back porch overlooks stunning views of the lake beyond. A stone retaining wall surrounds the outdoor space to add some level of privacy without obstructing the view.
Curvy, corten metal retaining walls help divide the vegetables from the non-edible plants. Beyond the garden, you can enjoy the view of Lake Washington.
As seen on Vacation House for Free, host Matt Blashaw added a bench next to a window that overlooks the lake for a great space to read or just relax and enjoy the view.
So easy to start the day right when you're waking up to this view. The bedroom's decor is kept simple and neutral to maximize focus on the dreamy setting.
An infinity pool seems to spill directly into the lake, making this spot the place to be all weekend afternoons.
Wood wall paneling, comfy chairs and rustic decor take a backseat to the view from the oversized picture window.