The Incline Village real estate market was a hotbed of activity once again last week. There were 6 new listings, 3 price changes, 6 properties going into escrow and a whopping 14 properties closing escrow. The local title companies were working overtime in an effort to stay on top of all the transactions. We would like to express our thanks to everyone working in title and escrow. Without their hard work and diligence it would not be possible for all of us Incline Village real estate agents to get so many deals accomplished.
Checking out the new listings on the Incline Village MLS we are pretty excited about #237 McCloud. This 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1089 square-foot lower unit is in a lovely woodsy setting not far from the Rec Center. Upgrades include stainless steel appliances, slate tile floors, granite counters and very nice furnishings throughout, which are included at the asking price of $585,000. When you open the French doors off the living room you step out onto a nice deck with a delightful view of the forest. If you have been waiting for a lower unit in McCloud this one is definitely worth a look!
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Lakefront buyers seeking to keep the price tag under $7 million have a rare opportunity at 831 Lakeshore Dr. This 5 bedroom, 5 bath, nearly 4000 ft.² home is situated on a large lot just under 1/2 acre in size. One of the main reasons that the asking price is not stratospheric is because this is a flag lot with approximately 20 feet of private beach. That gives you just enough room to hang out by the water and get quick access to the 2 buoys that come with the property. The house exudes Tahoe charm with open beam ceilings and a mountain feel throughout. You get some nice views of the Lake along with a large level backyard to romp around in. Offered at a sliver under $6.2 million.
The warm, sunny weather we’ve had the past several days will be departing very soon. It looks like we will be getting a series of snowstorms starting sometime on Tuesday and continuing until Friday, possibly longer. Accumulations could range anywhere from around a foot at Lake level up to several feet at the ski resorts. You may wish to postpone traveling over the mountain passes between Wednesday and Saturday or Sunday, depending on weather and road conditions.