Plenty of opportunity awaits those seeking property in the Villages of Lake Tahoe. So is now the time to buy? Short term rentals will be revoked within the city of South Lake Tahoe in 3 years. Tahoe and Summit Villages may be a good alternative for you.
Located at the top of the Kingsbury Grade (State Route 207) at Stateline, the Villages are affordable. Currently condominium prices range from $205,000 to $800,000. Units can be found with either lake or valley views. Many have mountain views of Heavenly resort.
There are over 700 condominium units at the Villages. In addition there are over 600 fractional timeshare units. Tahoe Village offers owners a seasonal swimming pool and spa. Summit Village HOA dues include trash, and road snow removal.
In addition Boulder and Stagecoach Lodges are located within the community offering direct access to Heavenly Resort. Likewise the Tahoe Rim Trail is nearby for hikers and those who snowshoe.
The casino area at Stateline is only 3.5 miles away. Thus entertainment is just a short drive from the Villages. Those looking to explore new areas should check out TJ’s Corral at Minden during the summer months. For example they offer big time entertainment for all ages. Marshall Tucker, The Oak Ridge Boys and Michael McDonald were recent guests.
Summit Village membership in 2018 voted favorably towards the allowance of short term rentals. This area is bordered by Kingsbury Grade to the north, Tramway Dr to the east, S. Benjamin Dr to the west and Bonnie Dr to the south. There are 311 units within this area.
Tahoe Village is located south and includes both ski lodges and the Fox & Hound Smokehouse Grill and Bar. Fox & Hound is a full restaurant and bar offering progressive video poker, satellite TV’s throughout, and free wi-fi.
In conclusion the Villages offer everything you will need to feel at home. For more information or to tour area property contact Bob Stiles, Realtor at 530-314-0352.