The incredibly well-situated Heavenly Valley neighborhood boasts everything Lake Tahoe has to offer. Proximity to world class Lake Tahoe ski resorts, wilderness cross country skiing and snowshoeing, hiking, mountain biking, water sports and beach enjoyment, a commercial yet quiet shopping and restaurant district, forest and lake views and, just a few miles away, the Stateline casino and shopping corridor. This neighborhood wears different seasons seamlessly and allows for endless enjoyment. Whether as a permanent residence, secondary residence or as an income property, owning a home in this area will always be a very sound investment.
Mountain cabins, summer cottages, apartments, condominiums, townhouses and estates all have their place in this neighborhood. From time-capsule Lake Tahoe original mountain architecture to new, custom home construction, one can find the perfect home here with a choice of spectacular vistas, the quiet of the woods, the convenience of hiking in to ski Heavenly Valley (with your season pass, of course), the sense of a specific community. Choose Pioneer Trail, which runs from the bottom of Echo Summit clear to Stateline, to bypass the Highway 50 corridor during busy travel periods and enjoy another benefit of living in this area. Prices range from $300,000 – $3,000,000 making this area a treasure trove.
Schools, shopping conveniences, entertainment and outdoor activities are all a stone’s throw away. Explore Lake Tahoe’s Heavenly Valley Ski Resort, the Ski Run and Timber Cove Marina, Edgewood Golf Course, and myriad great dining opportunities from your home in the Heavenly Valley area of Tahoe’s South Shore.
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The North Upper Truckee Neighborhoods (1 & 2) encompasses much of the southern and eastern region of South Lake Tahoe. With most areas bordering national forest lands, these neighborhoods showcase the nature-oriented profile of Lake Tahoe. With sweeping views of forest and mountain peaks, homes in this area range single-story cabins to multi-level, custom-built, single-family residences, with prices from $300,000 to $1,200,000. Following the losses resulting from the 2007 Angora Wildfire, certain areas feature new homes and landscaping and breathtakingly uninterrupted views. Many of these new homes incorporate Green Construction, custom woodworking, hand-lain rock work and other fine features. Atop Tahoe Mountain, some homes in the Angora Highlands neighborhood offer expansive views of Lake Tahoe and eye-level views into Desolation Wilderness. Properties in any of these off the beaten path neighborhoods are highly desirable.
Proximity to Angora Lakes, Desolation Wilderness, Sawmill and Seneca Ponds, myriad meadow trails and the feeling of being away from it all, set neighborhoods in these areas apart from the rest of South Lake Tahoe. The conveniences of South Lake Tahoe are only ten minutes away. The highly sought-after Lake Tahoe Environmental Science Magnet School, with entrance determined by lottery, is in this area, while all other elementary, middle and high school destinations are within three to seven miles. While not at all remote, these neighborhoods, “out in the county”, feature larger lots, quiet streets and much of what brings people to Lake Tahoe: no hustle and bustle and all-season, out-your-back-door access to nature.
Situated at the base of Echo Summit, South Upper Truckee Neighborhoods offer an almost pastoral aspect. With the South Upper Truckee River meandering throughout this quadrant of South Lake Tahoe, countless pristine hiking trails, cross country, backcountry and Lake Tahoe Alpine skiing venues in easy distance, the neighborhoods of South Upper Truckee and Christmas Valley attract many outdoor enthusiasts. In this unique setting, a family-oriented demographic is prevalent. Schools are a 10-15 minute drive away and full-service conveniences including a post office, grocery store and butcher, gas station and a hardware store/lumberyard are just five-ten minutes away in historic Meyers. With proximity to Echo Summit and Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort, Carson and Luther Passes, Sorenson’s Resort, Markleeville, and Kirkwood Ski Resort, homes are nestled in mountainous beauty and are just minutes from myriad outdoor activities as well as every day amenities.
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Don’t miss this rare opportunity to own in Glenbrook Nevada at a bargain price. Set your calendar for Thursday, July 15th at 5:00 pm for this live Lake Tahoe home auction taking place at 2118 The Back Road, Glenbrook, NV 89413. This home is valued in the millions and there is no reserve for this Glenbrook home. This Lake Tahoe home is set on a serene three quarters of an acre. It’s perfect for hosting guests as well as roomy family living. Enjoy the generous 7000 square foot home that comes with the many great benefits of living in Glenbrook, Nevada. View details for this great Lake Tahoe, Glenbrook home for sale.
The Carson Valley has a great deal to offer anyone relocating or purchasing a second home in this beautiful valley. The Carson Valley has a full mix of exciting things to do, including casino gambling, fine dining, golfing, skiing, mountain biking, sightseeing, and so much more. The Gardnerville and Minden areas are tucked up against the eastern Sierras with mountains surrounding the entire Carson Valley offering exquisite views and open space. Just a short drive to Lake Tahoe this valley affords endless winter and summer activities.
The sister cities of Gardnerville and Minden have “grown up” together since the early 1900s and are nestled in the heart of the beautiful Carson Valley. As the largest cities in the valley, they offer the convenience of multiple grocery stores, unique shopping opportunities, quality restaurants, and the added bonus of an active community. Common community events include concerts in the park, farmers markets, and car shows. Gardnerville, Nevada, homes for sale include golf course homes, custom homes on large or small lots, tract homes, ranches, investment properties, and commercial or industrial properties.
Gardnerville and Minden sit at an elevation of 4,750 feet and have mild weather with a distinct four seasons. This is one of the earliest settled regions in Nevada and is also historically one of the richest and most productive agriculturally. Things to do nearby include taking a beautiful hike in the Pine Nut region for a chance to see wild horses, fishing in Lake Topaz, taking a glider ride over the valley, or driving down lazy country lanes in search of century-old barns. South Lake Tahoe is a mere 25 minutes away and the views of Job’s Peak and the Sierra Nevada Mountains are captivating. There are many exceptional golf courses nearby and the Minden Tahoe Airport offers the convenience of direct access to Carson Valley by air.
Many homes in Gardnerville and Minden date back to the early 1900s and several were built in the “arts and crafts” style. Newer developments have been popping up since the 1980s with homes ranging from very small patio lots and town-sized lots to custom-built homes on acreage bordering the Carson River. The quiet and peaceful Winhaven offers homes with mature landscaping with walkways and ponds, while the adjacent La Costa and Monterra communities offer Mediterranean and French Country-style homes. The custom built homes in Mackland border active farmland and offer beautiful vistas, while Chichester Estates has larger homes on ¼+ acre lots. Stodick Estates homes come in a variety of floor plans while Arbor Gardens provide smaller homes with garage access from a rear lane. Gardnerville, Nevada, real estate is brimming with multiple communities for all income levels and lifestyles where you are sure to find a place to call your own.
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Carson City is the capital city of Nevada and a center for cultural and historical information about this scenic Eastern Sierra area. The architecture is as vast and inviting as the history of this pioneering town. Visitors come from all over to take part in the many activities and commerce happening in this bustling area. Visitors are captivated by the Nevada State Capitol building, a historic landmark at the heart of the Silver State capital. There’s a wide selection of museums, showcasing local history, trains, and exhibits for children. There are many transplants to the area who come to take advantage of the many golf courses, close proximity to Lake Tahoe, Nevada tax benefits and the 300 plus days of sunshine year round.
The homes in this area are as diverse as the characters in the community. From a quaint farmhouse to a Victorian, bungalows to new construction, the homes can range from charming to sprawling estates. The home prices in Carson City start in the low 200k to million dollar custom homes. The neighborhoods are full of plentiful shopping, parks and schools with some of the newest attributes, a fast track Highway to Reno and state of the art hospitals. The charming downtown area by the Capital offers different shops for antiques, western wear and comfort food from “Mom and Pop” style restaurants. There is also the large scale type shopping including Costco, WalMart, Target, Home Depot and other popular chain stores. Many people drive from Lake Tahoe to shop in Carson City which has grown to accommodate the rapid growth in the area. This area is a hidden treasure of the eastern Sierras with soaring mountain views from the town center and rich history Carson City is not to be missed.
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