Lovely landscaped yards and grand entrances to Incline's premiere residences. Many new custom homes boast "Tahoe Style" architecture with Craftsman detail and stone work, although eleclectic home designs include a "Castle", French Chateau, Tudor style, log homes, modern steel and glass structures, and many remodeled or reconstructed homes originally built in the 1970's and 1980's. A paved path runs the entire length of Lakeshore Drive, ideal for walking, running and biking. This level neighborhood is a favorite for joggers and walkers, and even cross country skiers after a new snowfall.
Lake frontage varies from wide sandy beaches to rocky shores with starting price over $3 million for a single family home, but as low as $900,000 for lakefront condos such as 999 Lakeshore. Desirable features include piers (more commonly shared), boat buoys and lakefront access. The median home sales price for the neighborhood in 2012 was $8,550,000 for lakefront homes and $1,140,000 for lakefront condos, the most expensive in Incline Village. The elevation is approximately 6,225' with relatively little snowfall.