The elevation of the Central subdivision averages 6,450 feet, and there is relatively light to moderate snowfall in the winter, and because the neighborhood is located so close to the bustling hub of town, when it does snow, snow removal is prompt, making it a very accessible neighborhood year-round. As one of the most affordable neighborhoods in Incline Village, Central homes for sale range in price from $200k to upwards of $2 million.
Whether you are looking to purchase your full-time home, condo or a vacation getaway, Central homes and condos for sale provide a prime location – especially for those who prefer to live within walking distance of downtown’s amenities. Home to the highest concentration of condominium developments in Incline Village, it is no surprise that the Central subdivision attracts those who want to be close to all the action. And since most condominiums have been renovated in recent years—receiving both structural and cosmetic updates—the close proximity to amenities does not come at the price of a truly luxurious and refined standard of living.
A day in the life of a Central subdivision resident might start with walk to Sunshine Deli for a cup of coffee, followed by a quick jog around Preston Field Park, and later that evening a drink with friends at the Village Pub. The beauty of this day is that all three locations are within walking distance—one of the major ways that the Central subdivision caters to a social, active lifestyle. In addition to those daily necessities, such as banks, retail shops and grocery stores, Central residents have easy access to some of Incline Village’s most notable attractions. For example, The Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa and Casino—an all-around relaxation and entertainment destination—is located right off Country Club Drive. So, whether you need to unwind with a massage or try your luck at the blackjack table, this grown-up playground is literally located in your own back yard.
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