The most high-demand neighborhood in Incline Village, the Lakefronts span the length of Lakeshore Blvd. and portions of State Route 28. With epic views, private beaches and piers, and some large estate parcels, the Lakefronts offer the epitome of a luxurious Tahoe getaway. Whether you are looking for a contemporary retreat, a warm mountain lodge or a French-style chateau, you are sure to find it among these unique homes.
Imagine walking onto your front porch at dusk to catch the reflection of the gold-pink sun on the lake’s quivering surface. Better yet, don’t just imagine it—make this experience a reality by choosing a Lakefront home. Lakefront homes for sale range in price from $2 million to $60 million.
Spanning the length of Lakeshore Boulevard, the Lakefront subdivision is certainly Incline Village’s most notable neighborhood. Lakefront homes for sale are truly the crème de la crème of Incline Village real estate. Here, multi-million dollar homes come in all shapes and styles—from rustic lodges, to modern castles and Country-French villas. There are also a number of fine condominiums in the Lakefront neighborhood, including the upscale 999 Lakeshore, and Lakeshore Terrace on the east side, with Crystal Bay Cove and Crystal Tower on the west. Lakefront condos afford the same quality of life, but often at more affordable prices. Whatever the architectural bent, one thing these homes have in common is that they take full advantage of North Lake Tahoe’s unparalleled beauty. The shorelines of North Lake Tahoe alternate between wide sandy beaches, secluded rocky alcoves, and breathtaking cliffs.
Lakefront real estate is in high demand, not just because of the stunning views it affords, but because of what is at your fingertips when you live so close to all the best that North Lake Tahoe has to offer. Fine dining, high fashion, world-class entertainment and charming hole-in-the-wall haunts are all hallmarks of the Incline Village lifestyle. Grab a slice of pizza and a beer at the Bar Bar Bar or visit Lone Eagle Grille or Big Water Grille for fine lake-view dining. For something a little more elaborate, you can always check out the traditional Italian fare of Azzara’s on Tahoe Boulevard. And when you just can’t think of a better place to enjoy your meal than your own patio, call Tahoe Deliver, which brings your favorite Incline Village restaurants to you. Of course, Lakefront property is as popular as it is because of its private beaches, immediate access to great trails, water sports in the summer and powdery slopes in the winter. There are also a number of nearby parks, such as King’s Beach State Park, on the California side of the lake.
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