INCLINE VILLAGE NEIGHBORHOODS

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APOLLO

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Apollo is the highest elevation neighborhood in North Lake Tahoe’s Incline Village and is located just off the Mount Rose Highway at an elevation of 7,300’. You will be amazed to see Third Creek pass you by as you gaze at the surrounding landscape. Most of the homes are occupied by local residents and there are few short-term rentals in the area. Most homeowners love to walk on their street so they can say hello to their fellow neighbors. Don’t be surprised if you meet a few friends along the way! With street names like “Galaxy”, “Jupiter” and “Saturn”, you can expect a high altitude lifestyle in this quaint community.

  • This area has lots of hiking trails right outside your door and many unbuildable U.S. Forest Service parcels which brings additional privacy.

  • Many Apollo homes host an amazing mountain and lake view.

  • Quick access to both Diamond Peak Ski Resort and Mt. Rose Ski Resort.

  • Despite Apollo being the highest elevation neighborhood in Incline Village, school buses are still able to complete their route even through snowstorms.

  • With only 93 parcels in this area, it is rare to find a home in this exclusive neighborhood. Luckily, this real estate is our team’s specialty and we often have exclusive access to these homes as soon as they hit the market!

 

CENTRAL

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Central Subdivision: Full-time residents and vacation owners alike love this area for its location. This subdivision has the highest concentration of condominium developments in the Incline Village real estate market. With the lack of new construction in the Central subdivision, this community has a lot of history. As a result, residents tend to know one another. Property taxes are usually lower compared to the rest of Incline Village because of the units being built at a later time.

This area tends to be great for short and long term rentals because of its close proximity to town. This area is great if you want a vacation home or if you are up here for only a month. It is also a great place to walk your dogs to local shopping centers. If you listen closely, you will be able to hear the rushing waters of Incline Creek and Third Creek. If you are price conscious and location is important to you, these properties will fit the bill!

  • While it is a high-density area, its central location to “downtown” is a big draw for most visitors.

  • Walking distance to beaches, movie theater, shopping, and restaurants.

  • Short distance to schools, post office, Recreation Center, and tennis complex.

  • Close by the Hyatt Regency, biking and hiking trails, disc golf course, skateboard park

  • In addition, these units are close to churches, banks, post office, and the library.

  • Many complexes in Central Incline Village are older, however, most have been renovated with new roofs, siding, and landscaping.

  • The area has maintained a fresh look without new construction and the higher property prices that come with it.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP
GOLF COURSE

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If you are seeking the Tahoe Golf lifestyle, the Championship Golf Course Subdivision is for you. This neighborhood borders North Lake Tahoe’s gorgeous Championship Golf Course. One advantage, in addition to the beautiful views of the perfectly manicured golf course, is that these golf course homes include a big, landscaped yard that you don’t have to maintain! These properties also tend to have minimal snow fall with it being consider mid-elevation and these lots usually are flat, level, and provide easy access to your home. With this subdivision being one of the most luxurious neighborhoods around, it is clear why buyers around the world seek out these golf course properties.

  • Completely renovated in 2003

  • Voted #10 in Golf Advisor’s 2018 “Best Courses in Nevada” list. Also places at, or near the top of their “Top Rated Courses in the Tahoe Area” rankings.

  • Challenges golfers of any skill-level with a slope rating that tops 140!

  • A top attraction among Incline Village vacationers and homeowners alike

  • The new Chateau has added so much to our community as a golfers’ clubhouse and event venue, with restaurant, bar and large convention facilities that property owners can rent for parties or meetings at a discount

  • In addition, the golf course clubhouse and driving range are also located here

 

EASTERN SLOPE

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The Eastern Slope neighborhood is affectionately called “The Banana Belt” by locals for its sunny and bright southern exposure. With an elevation of 6,500 to 7,000 ft., this area gets a significant amount of snow. However, thanks to its sunny exposure, it melts quickly. This subdivision is home to a lot of properties that are considered to be top properties when it comes to Lake Tahoe’s luxury real estate. With that being said, it is no surprise that a lot of these homes have filtered or panoramic views of Lake Tahoe!

In addition to the breath-taking views, United States Forest Land parcels surrounds homeowners giving them the ultimate amount of privacy. With approximately 220 homes, beautiful architecture encompasses this area and draws in millions of people here each year. It is no wonder that homes in this area can range between $1.3 million and as high as $12 million. Take a trip to Lake Tahoe and see for yourselves!

  • Typically consists of large lots that are street-to-street and steep. This means that much of the yard space is unusable but it does offer large amounts of privacy.

  • The Eastern Slope is in close proximity to Diamond Peak Ski Resort, Championship Golf Course and has convenient access to the Mount Rose Highway.

  • New construction has been accelerating throughout this area. Homes tend to be on the 6,000 to 10,000 square foot range. With TRPA’s approval, you can build up to 30% of your parcel. With that in mind, builders recommend to maximize your land coverage in order to retain your investment.

 

JENNIFER

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There are a few level parcels in the Jennifer neighborhood with lot sizes from .16 acre to 1 acre. The U.S. Forest Service and IVGID have purchased several parcels, which help keep new construction to a minimum while maximizing the area’s natural beauty and privacy.

  • With an elevation ranging 7,000 to 7,400’, this is a higher snowfall area when it comes to North Lake Tahoe real estate, but being a school bus route, access during the winter is not impossible.

  • Depending on the location, some homes may have Lake Tahoe views, while higher elevation properties have beautiful forest settings.

  • There are great hiking trails starting at end of Jennifer Street, and Center Creek, off Barbara Street.

  • The price range of the homes for sale in the Jennifer subdivision in Incline Village, Nevada goes from $290K up to $6.5M.

 

LAKEVIEW

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The Lakeview Subdivision encompasses the area west of Village Blvd. along the non-lake side of Lakeshore. This is another area of multi-million dollar properties along with a few older Boise Cascade designed homes. Boise Cascade was the original developer of Incline Village.

  • The Lakeview subdivision is one of the most visually appealing neighborhoods in Incline Village, Nevada and the active houses for sale in this subdivision have a price starting at $1M up to $7.7M.

  • With the majority of its 296 parcels already built, this subdivision is becoming a popular area for remodels and even full home reconstruction.

  • Lots tend to be mostly level and large in this area, with an average size of just under half an acre.

  • Located within walking distance to the Lakeshore Blvd. walking path and Burnt Cedar Beach, this area is a favorite of families and full time residents. Burnt Cedar has an outdoor pool, sandy beach, beach volleyball court, children’s playground, picnic areas, green lawns.

  • The Village Center, located at the corner of Mays Blvd. and Southwood, is home to locally owned Village Market, a well-stocked supermarket with an excellent butcher shop and less crowds than the larger Raley’s Supermarket. At the Village Center you will also find the Incline Village post office, restaurants, specialty shops, offices and a beauty shop.

 

LOWER TYNER

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Lower Tyner is a lower-to-mid elevation area, with some Lake Tahoe views and many homes with mountain and canyon views. There is a good concentration of year round residents who enjoy their Lake Tahoe paradise throughout summer, spring, winter, and fall.

  • Lower Tyner is located in North Lake Tahoe above the Ponderosa Subdivision in Incline Village, Nevada.

  • Most properties are single family homes, with a few condos on Lariat Circle.

  • The price for the active homes for sale in the Lower Tyner Subdivision in Incline Village Nevada varies from $690K up to $3M and you can find great deals on Incline Village bank owned properties, so when it comes to the Lake Tahoe Incline Village real estate market the Lower Tyner subdivision is one of the most desired and sought-after areas to live in.

 

MILLCREEK

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Millcreek Subdivision consists of 276 parcels averaging . 35 acre in size, making it a popular neighborhood with families and full-time residents. At 6,225’ elevation, this is a low elevation area, with convenient year-round access and lots that are mostly level and easy to build on.

  • Thanks to redevelopment and new construction, the Millcreek neighborhood has experienced substantial appreciation in North Lake Tahoe real estate market.

  • It’s not unusual to see a new, $3 million estate next to an older, 1970’s ranch style bungalow; this will most likely be the next property to be replaced.

  • The relatively level parcels make building new homes easier, and in most cases tearing down and building new is a more economically advantageous decision than remodeling.

  • Boasts a prime location, walking distance to Incline and Ski Beaches. Also close by are the Hyatt Regency Resort, Spa and Casino, and its excellent restaurants including the Lone Eagle Grille, which serves great American cuisine on the shores of Lake Tahoe.

 

MOUNTAIN
GOLF COURSE

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The smaller, but no less challenging, Mountain Golf Course is located just below the Mount Rose Highway. Many homes have views of the golf course and mountains and at an elevation of 7,000’, snowfall is moderate.

  • There are many cul-de-sacs in the neighborhood, and most homes back up to the golf course.

  • In the Lake Tahoe real estate market, this subdivision is a very quiet area with moderately priced homes and condos.

  • Among the active residential homes for sale in the Mountain Golf Course Subdivision in Incline Village, Nevada you can find homes with prices that vary from $800K up to $5.75M.

 

PONDEROSA

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The Ponderosa neighborhood is a mid to lower elevation community, with 270 parcels ranging from .40 to .70 acre. Parcels tend to have some slope to them. If you are looking to buy a home in North Lake Tahoe this is a great area for families, with low traffic and school buses picking up kids on most corners.

  • There are several seasonal creeks running through this area, and many protected U.S. Forest Service lots, which add value and privacy to homes.

  • The Ponderosa Subdivision is located in North Lake Tahoe above Highway 28, across from the Lakeview Subdivision, and west of Highway 431.

  • Many homes have full or partial lake views, and most enjoy serene, wooded forest settings.

  • Some higher elevation streets have beautiful canyon and Crystal Bay views, and easy access to hiking trails.Homes are for sale in the Ponderosa subdivision in Incline Village, Nevada starting at $480K up to 9.2M.

  • Fun Fact: This community is famous for its starring role as the Ponderosa Ranch Theme Park in the 60’s television show, Bonanza.

 

SKI WAY

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Located just off Country Club Drive and winding its way up to Diamond Peak is the Ski Way Subdivision, this area is comprised of mostly condominiums and PUD’s, with a few single family homes. This North Lake Tahoe real estate area is popular for vacation owners and rentals, for its proximity to Diamond Peak, the beach, and its affordability.

  • The Big Water Grill restaurant in Incline Village, located on Ski Way just below Diamond Peak, offers great lunch and fine dining with spectacular Lake Views.

  • Here you will find Lower Tyrolia and Tyrolean Village, charming Bavarian style neighborhoods with mostly free-standing chalets and a few attached condos.

  • There are also several higher density condo developments in this Lake Tahoe real estate subdivision such as Mountain Shadows and Alpine Terrace and high rises such as Burgundy Hill and Ski Way Ridge.

 

THE WOODS

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A relatively low elevation area at 6,600’, The Woods is Incline’s first neighborhood and has large, level lots – plus a central location.  Close to schools, the Raley’s Shopping Center, Incline Library, Athletic Club, hospital and Preston Field, with soccer/baseball field and kids’ playground.  Low traffic and quiet surroundings make this an ideal neighborhood for families.

Property lots in The Woods of North Lake Tahoe average about .40 acre in size and tend to be level or have minimum sloping.  New construction and remodels and/or expansions are evident throughout this neighborhood.  There are still many original homes on large parcels that offer buyers affordable prices and the opportunity to tear down and rebuild your dreamed Incline Village luxury home. Several streams run through the neighborhood, adding ambiance to the area.  Easy access to the Mount Rose Highway without the noise.

 

UPPER TYNER

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Upper Tyner is located above Hwy 431, west of the Jennifer Subdivision in Incline Village, North Lake Tahoe real estate market. There is a diverse variety of single family homes in this area, from older cabins and smaller homes to spectacular mansions. Many homes have lake views, from peeks to panoramic.

  • Lots in this area of North Lake Tahoe average about .40 acre in size and tend to be level or have minimum sloping.

  • Due to its higher elevation, homes are generally priced lower, however they usually have more quiet surroundings and great views.

  • Many year round residents live in this community.

  • Homes are for sale in the Upper Tyner subdivision in Incline Village, Nevada starting at $490K up to $4.6M

 

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