As far as stretches of lakeside beauty go, it's not easy to find one that will top Tahoe's. Technically stretching from Tahoe City to Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe's winding, rolling, and sometimes cliff-side West Shore is many discerning home buyers' life goal. Captivating and wild with 10-mile wide views of the country's second deepest lake, the West Shore has as many home options as it does reasons to visit.
With gated lakeside estates, rustic woodsy cabins, historic homes, and quaint cottages, there is something for almost every range of home buyer here, and we're ready to help you discover what living at the lake is all about. The neighborhoods have names that sound more like friendly references than legal addresses—Sunnyside, Rubicon, Tahoma, and Homewood. Streets appear around shaded bends and give access to hidden micro-neighborhoods long forgotten by tourists and often, HOAs. Just know that when it comes to the West Shore, you can live however you like—from $39 million to $300k—as long as you remember there's no price on what's outside your door.