Lake Tahoe's North and West shores border the State of California. Lake
Tahoe's North East and South shores border Nevada. When looking for the perfect
home, investment real estate or property, its often useful to have a
complete list of towns and communities. Below you will find a
list of waterfront towns and communities around Lake Tahoe, California
Each town listed below is located along CA and NV's scenic Lake
Tahoe coastline. Homeowners will find an assortment of beautiful homes with
spectacular lakefront property. The information listed on this page
should help you find the perfect luxury waterfront home or vacation real
Lake Tahoe Real Estate
is some of the most desirable in the United States.
Surrounding Communities include
North and South Lake Tahoe,
Most homes are in quiet, secluded settings.
Most homes here are older and many are rented to locals. Homes and rare
legal duplexes are mixed in quality and upkeep and are in the affordable
range of $250K to $600K.
Homes are also mixed in this area with many older cabins and homes.
The Highlands (Across from Dollar Point)
This area is comprised mainly of permanent residents and professionals.
This is a prestige area with a "suburban" feel. Homes here are well
Dollar Point is another prestigious, higher priced subdivision. It has
many of the same characteristics as the Highlands with the advantage of
amenities, including beach, pier, buoys, pool, two tennis court
locations and club house.
Another nice, secluded area with a high percentage of permanent
residents This setting is more woodsy than Dollar Hill or the Highlands.
Woodsy and mixed like Carnelian Heights except for some steeper and more
narrow roads creating somewhat more difficult winter access, but with
the advantage of an association pier.
A very comfortable neighborhood with moderate to high-priced homes in
wooded settings. Homes in this area have excellent rental histories due
to the Sun Club pier and pool and two tennis court locations.
Spectacular lake views
A level neighborhood of mixed older cabins and newer homes within
walking distance of a public beach, marina and restaurants.
Tahoe Marina Estates
A secluded hard-to-find area that's very accessible to dining and
Near or on Old Brockway Golf Course, this area is gradually upgrading.
Kingswood Estates and Kingswood West
Nice areas with good values. Most homes are in treed, quiet settings
with some lake views.
Kings Beach - Brockway
Kings Beach has the best values in housing on the North Shore
Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley
Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley combine the traits of rural rugged
mountain ambience and convenient mountain living. Located four miles
from Tahoe City, they are as close to downtown shopping as most North
Shore subdivisions and closer than most of West Shore.
Another area with a high percentage of local residents, close-in with
many level lots.
A small, level, wooded area with nice homes and cabins close to Tahoe
Tahoe Tavern Heights
A nice area with many local residents. T
Above Tahoe Tavern Heights, quiet, close to town. A dead-end subdivision
with access to trails, hiking and mountain biking up to Paige Meadows.
A level, easy-access area with cabins and homes in somewhat close
proximity to each other. Most are 50-foot lots. Some areas are more
Talmont - Twin Peaks
A quiet subdivision on a sunny plateau above Tahoe Park and Sunnyside.
This area is surrounded by forest and trails bordering Paige Meadows, a
series of beautiful aspen lined meadows popular with cross country
skiers and hikers. Some of the least expensive and most spectacular
lakeviews are available here along with a mix of reasonably priced
cabins and newer homes.
A nice level area with easy access to the highway.
The most undiscovered area on the West Shore four miles behind Pineland.
Timberland is an older subdivision a mile south of Sunnyside with many
"Old Tahoe" style cabins and some newer rustic style homes.
Skyland is a very nice area with moderate and some larger lots. Some
homes are large with a spacious feel and some with lake views.
Some areas of Tahoe Pines are secluded and woodsy. All have access to a
beautiful sandy lake front beach and pier.
Tahoe Swiss Village
A quality subdivision. Very few homes come on the market in this area
due to year-round and long-term second homeowners and a small gated
Homewood listings are as rare as in Tahoe Swiss Village. Close to the
ski area and marina, restaurants and some shopping, this is a very
desirable area with many lakefront homes.
Close to the skiing and with its own lakefront association, this flat,
easily accessible subdivision represents prestige and charm.
Chamberlands is a vacation-oriented community. With the pool, tennis and
bussing to beach and nearby ski areas, it is desirable for rentals in
both summer and winter.
This highly secluded, quiet area is level and sunny and one of the most
pristine areas for the price on the West Shore.
Kai-lua Park - Westlake Village
There are some pocket areas offering spectacular views or superb
Provides low to moderate-priced housing and is popular with "locals."
Many older summer cabins are being upgraded due to the affordability of
homes and the recent erosion control project providing widening and
paving of streets.
Meeks Bay - Glenridge
Down the West Shore, Meeks Bay is perfect for summer fun with white
sandy beaches and open settings. This area abounds with lakeview homes.
The quiet, family side of the lake is represented in the Rubicon Area.
Close to Emerald Bay and Bliss State Park, this area contains some of
the most beautiful private and public sandy beaches. Spectacular views
abound of Rubicon Bay's turquoise and blue water.