Lake Tahoe

Its grandeur continues to marvel visitors, as it did in the 19th Century, when Mark Twain remarked that it must surely be "the fairest place on earth."  At 22 miles long and 12 miles wide, it is the second largest lake in the world found at this elevation. 

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The lake is divided between California and Nevada, with the dividing line in the north landing on Crystal Bay, a picturesque deep water cove with stunning views. A few miles down the road you arrive at Incline Village, a lakeside community that offers residents three private beaches with amenities such as year-round kayak storage, a boat launch, a children's play area, and BBQ pits for that special family event. The facilities, which come at a nominal fee, include a fitness center, tennis center, two golf courses, and Diamond Peak Ski Area.
The Nevada side of the lake appeals to some buyers for its favorable tax climate. With no personal state income tax, no inheritance tax, no gift or estate taxes, and no corporate state income tax, it's easy to see why wealth migrates to the eastern side of the lake. From gated communities like Glenbrook, with its multi-million-dollar lakefront homes to more affordable neighborhoods in and around Stateline, the Nevada side offers homes to fit every taste and budget.
The California side, ever the popular tourist destination, stretches from North shore towns like Kings Beach and Tahoe City (famed for its "Fanny Bridge," where Tahoe empties into the Truckee River, to the West Shore communities like Sunnyside, a popular summer hangout for boaters. The drive along the West Shore takes you south past beautiful estates of Rubicon Bay toward South Shore.
"Rubicon" literally means the point of no return, and that can be true on some winter days, when the road from north to south along the west side of the lake is impassible. But for most of the year, there is probably no prettier drive in all the world than to traverse the "land bridge" that splits Tahoe from the higher altitude Fallen Leaf Lake.

 

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Listing information last updated on November 18th, 2017 at 6:09am CST.