North Lake Tahoe
The California side of Lake Tahoe’s north shore stretches east for 9 miles between Tahoe City and the Nevada border at Crystal Bay.
Looking for an old-fashioned town? Located in Placer County, this North Shore treasure is a perfect find for you. Residents enjoy Tahoe City’s with a small town feel. Less than two miles from Tahoe City along Lake Tahoe’s calm West Shore lays Sunnyside Marina and Resort, known for its lakeside dining, jazz on the deck and local’s watering hole. This historical landmark was built in 1907 and a popular summertime destination with boats galore. Experience the town’s nearby ski resorts: Homewood, Alpine Meadows and Squaw Valley. Boats are a favorite mode of transportation. Enjoy walking along Tahoe City’s downtown business district featuring charming shops and cafes. The town is a mix of full-time and part-time residents and a mecca for vacationers.
Directly east of Tahoe City proper is Lake Forest. Along the bike trail, one can walk into town from Lake Forest or stay in the neighborhood and enjoy it’s beaches, boat launch and parks. Homes are mixed in this area with many older cabins and homes. Some are quality upgrades. Some nicer homes are near or on the lake, but rarely come on the market.
Dollar Point is a prestigious, higher priced subdivision. HOA amenities include beach, pier, buoys, pool, two tennis court locations and a club house. This is predominantly a vacation neighborhood.
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. Lakefront’s are close to the highway with easy access.
Carnelian Bay is located right in the middle of the north shore of Lake Tahoe. Boating is to Carnelian Bay what blue is to Lake Tahoe. In summer, it is the life. The Sierra Boat Company, a premier U.S. wooden boat builder, opened here in 1952. Annually, boat fanatics from around the country trailer their classic Woodies to the Concours d’Elegance Boat Show for a weekend of nostalgic cruising. Carnelian Bay’s two state beaches belong to dogs, kayakers and sunset seekers. In winter, Carnelian Bay’s central location puts you in decision-making mode; regardless of whether you turn right or left, you’ll be aimed toward North Shore ski resorts.
Located between Kings Beach and Carnelian Bay, Tahoe Vista is a favorite of outdoor enthusiasts. You can kayak to one of several hidden beaches or launch your boat from multiple locations on the North Shore. The area boasts year-round trailheads for mountain biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, a disc golf course and nature trails. Surrounded by both mom-and-pop and fancy flair shops and restaurants, Tahoe Vista has a little bit of everything.
Kings Beach is located on the California/Nevada border on North Lake Tahoe. It is rightfully known as the north shore’s banana belt, as it stands in the sun’s path from early morning into the p.m. This mountain/beach town throws a sandy welcome to all with a beautiful downtown public beach. Hip shops, restaurants, side street vendors—all true to their cultural heritage. Kings Beach is an eclectic mix of full time residents and vacation homes.
North Lake Tahoe Homes for Sale
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