Tahoe West Shore
Tahoe City has the feel of true Tahoe town, unique shops and great restaurants line the promenade right along the shore of Lake Tahoe. It is a boater's haven with marinas and Tahoe Yacht Club featuring weekly races during the summer, and it is the gateway to Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows just a few minutes down the road.
River rafting is a great draw in the summertime. Rafts and floats can be rented at the waterfront and you can float down to the River Ranch for lunch. There is also a great Truckee River bike path that winds down into the valley, and a path that runs along Lake Tahoe for miles down to Homewood, Tahoma, and beyond.
Tahoe City has a long history of summer recreation that carries through into endless outdoor activities: skiing, boating, tennis, snowboarding, hiking, biking, cross country skiing, golf, camping, fishing, rock climbing, boating and sailing, to name a few. There are a variety of “fishing holes” and the prize fish available in them! Watching the wildlife naturally goes along with the hiking and biking. Be it bouldering or free climbing, the granite walls lure climbers from across the state and across the country.
This little town on the Northwest shore of the lake is home to many shops and popular restaurants, all within walking distance of one another. The only outlet to Lake Tahoe is the spillway underneath Fanny Bridge. The bridge was so named because passersby on the highway saw numerous people constantly leaning over the bridge looking at the hundreds of fish in the waters below. Across the highway you will find miles of hiking and biking trails.
Whether you are looking for Lake Tahoe's most spectacular lakefront view homes, estates in gated communities, secluded park-like settings, golf communities, luxury condominiums, commercial property or your own special Tahoe cabin getaway, Tahoe City Real Estate is the opportunity and place for you.
This is one of the Lake's most peaceful communities filled with the old charm of times gone by. Located in Placer County, many homes have spectacular views of the Lake and surrounding Sierra. Homewood is one of the best kept secrets in all of Lake Tahoe with it's own ski mountain of the same name.
A Known as the "Gold Coast" of the Lake, Rubicon Bay is tucked away on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe in El Dorado County. In this small natural cove you'll find the exclusive mountain homes of Rubicon Hills and Palisades nestled in the forested hills above Rubicon Bay.