This review is specifically of the 176A Tahoma Circle unit.
Short version - Our stay here was basically OK. But overall this location feels old despite a modern appliance or two and could benefit from a big refresh.
There was sufficient space for our group but the home is smaller than the pictures imply. Natural light can be good with plenty of windows (mostly upstairs).
The useable garage was great to park in, same for an electronic front door lock so you don't have another key.
The electric stove heats up quick and things seemed to cook just short of instantly (maybe it's the altitude?) And the place is generally quiet, we didn't easily hear outside noises.
There are a few bird games to play, books to read, and a couple of TVs with (confusing) DISH sat service.
The hot tub is in a small storage room of its own in the garage. The room smelled stale, had no ambiance, felt very isolated and not easy to access from inside. We would have easily used it if it had been on the deck, but not in that room.
Ventilation isn't great. No matter what, we always had to open almost all the upstairs windows when cooking cause in a blink you can be overwhelmed with the smell and smoke of_____, esp if broiling anything. The kitchen fan just makes noise.
Some windows do not properly latch to lock closed. Thumbs up to low local crime rates (I hope).
The gas fireplace initially wouldn't light. After contacting the owner, we determined the pilot light was out. Once resolved the fireplace worked. Warning - lighting means turning the knob left to about 10 o'clock position and then backing up cause it lights with a WHOOSH/flame. After use, know that the gas knob and chain curtain will be -hot-.
The master bedroom bathroom has a standup shower only. Huh? Why does the guest/public bathroom get the tub and the master gets to stand up?
The freezer door handle was broken. A new replacement part was found onsite but there was no torx tool handy to remove the broken part. This should be fixed by maintenance by now.
The upstairs tv had a broken HDMI cord. Thankfully our kids' PlayStation uses HDMI. We notified the owner.
Yes there are "warning" signs all over - it's understandable because people can be really stupid these days and then go "whaaat?? What did I do?"
Expect to drive to the clubhouse, no easy walk.
In conclusion, we enjoyed our visit to Tahoe. This home did what we basically needed. But don't expect the latest and greatest or anything lavish (which considering the price, we somewhat did).