Welcome to the Lakefronts at Lake Tahoe
Exclusive, beachfront community
Lake Tahoe is a gorgeous freshwater lake on the border of Nevada and California. Lined with private beaches and exclusive piers, the Tahoe lakefront area is primed for beauty, luxe, and fun. It’s the pinnacle of Tahoe living.
The Tahoe lakefront area is best known for its luxury resorts and gorgeous outdoor experiences. Winter brings some of the best skiing around, while summer makes for relaxed beach days. No matter the seas, you’re sure to have a top-shelf experience.
The median home price in this area is about $6 million. Homes range anywhere from $2 million to $30 million and over. The real estate here is upscale, and homes tend to be grand and modern. The lakefront gives homes access to the water via private piers and beaches.
What to Love
- Exclusivity and prestige in an affluent lakefront community
- Family-friendly beaches and piers
- Lavish amenities and sweeping lakefront vistas
People & Lifestyle
Lake Tahoe is the definition of opulence. It feels remote and suburban yet offers all of the opportunities of a metropolis. Its elegance and unbeatable location make it attractive to buyers, renters, and vacationers.
Lake Tahoe’s upscale properties and resorts, as well as its unparalleled dining and entertainment experiences, make it the perfect place for celebrity visitors and other exclusive clientele. It’s a great place for adults looking to benefit from Lake Tahoe’s seasonal beauty, as well as families who are interested in the area’s excellent schools.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
There is always something exciting to do, see, or eat in Lake Tahoe. Stop by one of the high-end resorts or casinos for an exciting evening. Or, simply take a moment to appreciate the area’s natural beauty.
Looking to escape into the mountains? Edgewood Resort
is the place for you. Edgewood offers beautiful views of the Sierra mountains and an array of guest activities and restaurants. Try their morning yoga
or evening s’mores bar. Another “iconic” lakeside destination is Sunnyside Resort
in Tahoe City. Sunnyside offers year-round fun with a fabulous Hawaiian- themed restaurant.
One of the best bars in the area is Pier 111 Bar
at Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe Resort, Spa, and Casino. Pier 111 is the perfect place to enjoy craft cocktails with friends after a long day of hiking or sailing. And if you’re looking for a delicious seafood dinner, look no further than Chambers Landing
Things to Do
The Lakefronts at Lake Tahoe is the definition of variety. Choose from a variety of outdoor activities to weekly and annual events. This community never disappoints.
You’ve gone camping in a tent, but have you ever camped on a boat? Lake Tahoe offers boat camping at Emerald Bay and Skunk Harbor. Look up at the stars from the comfort of your ship! You can also take your boat to watch the American Century Championship
—a celebrity golf tournament at Edgewood Resort.
Come July 4th, gear up for one of the most beautiful fireworks
displays in the country. Another fun summer option is the Summer Concert Series
. Listen to music from both local and international musicians while you enjoy the gorgeous backdrop.
Lake Tahoe is home to many excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
- Lake Tahoe School
- Tahoe Expedition Academy