Eastern Slope homes for sale typically range from approximately 2,500 to over 10,000 square feet, and go for between $500k and $15 million.
Prospective home-buyers looking for plenty of sun in Lake Tahoe can look no further than the Eastern Slope subdivision, which is known by locals as Incline Village’s “Banana Belt.” This prestigious area is made up of mostly single-family, custom-built homes. Eastern Slope homes for sale offer a wide variety of residential experiences. For instance, homes at the upper end of Fairview Boulevard—the neighborhood’s main road—sit atop the steep terrain, overlooking the lake and mountains. Homes in the lower elevations, on the other hand, offer residents more level ground for ample yard space.
The Eastern Slope subdivision includes many cul-de-sacs, which offer privacy and minimal traffic, making it the perfect area to raise a family. Even though residents of Eastern Slope benefit from its seclusion, Eastern Slope is still very close to Incline Village’s most prized amenities, including the Diamond Peak Ski Resort and the Championship Golf Course. Popular restaurants and shopping are also nearby. The Big Water Grille, for instance, is just a stone’s throw from the subdivision. Moreover, its close proximity to Country Club Drive and the Mount Rose Highway makes this neighborhood very accessible to destinations beyond Incline Village.
With an elevation of 6,500 to 7,000 feet, the Eastern Slope gets quite a bit of snow in the winter. However, because of the ample sunlight, this blanket of snow rarely sticks around long enough to cause problems, giving residents the best of both worlds. Many properties in this neighborhood are considered to be some of the most luxurious and prestigious in Incline Village. While new construction can be seen throughout the subdivision, there are restrictions in place to help maintain the area’s pristine image. The Eastern Slope’s rustic forest setting includes babbling creeks and streams that meander through the towering pine trees and mossy terrain. The U.S. Forest Service has several parcels in the subdivision.
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