- 4 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- Sleeps 12
Description from the owner
Just improved! In June 2014 the hide a bed couch was replaced with a new one. The upstairs master suite queen mattress and box springs were replaced with new ones. In October 2013 a pool table was added to the game room and the a new queen bed was added to one of the downstairs bedrooms. The game room lost its wallpaper and gained a nice paint job.
This is a wonderful 3 level private mountain home with views of beautiful Lake Tahoe, which is only 2 miles away. 2300 square feet of interior space with decks on all 3 floors, and a private hot tub on the bottom deck, from which you get a peek view of Lake Tahoe. This is a gorgeous fre...Read more
Lake Tahoe Views! Pool table, Hot tub, WIFI, HDTVs
Incline Village, Nevada
Additional Location Information
#1 most popular destination in the US
Blessed with sparkling natural beauty, has been selected as in the #1 most popular destination in the United States, Lake Tahoe is considered the jewel of the High Sierra. The lake is known for the clarity of its water and the panorama of surrounding mountains on all sides. At 6,229 feet above sea level, Lake Tahoe is the highest lake of its size in the United States, measuring 22 miles long by 12 miles wide, has a surface area of 191 square miles and an average depth of 989 feet and 72 miles of shoreline. Lake Tahoe is the second deepest lake in the United States, with a maximum depth of 1,645 feet, trailing only Oregon's Crater Lake.
Incline Village comes by its name honestly. It is named for the Great Incline Tramway, built by loggers in the late 1870's. Today, Incline is where some of the world’s wealthiest people have built stunning mountain retreats. This eastern North Shore enclave features some of Tahoe’s most peaceful beaches and a refined approach to Lake Tahoe life.
Incline Village has a population of approximately 8,000 an is surrounded by Forest Service land. It is a quiet affluent community with a number of great restaurants, a small movie theater, 2 world class golf courses, a bowling alley, quaint shops, and good hospitality. The Lone Eagle Grill at the Hyatt is an amazing lakeside restaurant with an outdoor firepit that is a nice place to enjoy a cocktail and appetizers. There is also a pier with a bar that serves tasty food and drinks in the summer.
Sacramento is a 2 hour drive, San Francisco 3.5 hours.
In summer, theatergoers flock to see the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival at nearby Sand Harbor. https://www.laketahoeshakespeare.com/
Winter sees snow boarders and skiers maneuvering to Diamond Peak and Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe.
Lake Tahoe contains enough fresh, crystal clear water to cover the state of California to shin depth. On June 12, 2011 I drove from Reno and saw people sledding in the snow that lingers just off the Mount Rose Highway and the same afternoon I swam in Lake Tahoe and the pool at Burnt Cedar Beach, one of Incline Village's private beach facilities. The pool is heated but the lake was still a little brisk in early summer!
Here is some general information about Lake Tahoe: http://www.tahoelifeofluxury.com/an-overview-of-lake-tahoe/
More world class ski resorts are clustered around Lake Tahoe than anywhere in the world. Diamond Peak is only 3 miles from my house and offers panaramic lake views and reasonable prices. Northstar Resort and Mount Rose are 20 minutes, Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Heavenly Valley and more are about 45 minutes away. Great sledding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, etc. are within 10 minutes and I have a toboggan, sleds, and saucers for your use. Rachel and I occasionally sled down the hill right next to our house. We build snowmen and make snow angels in the yard.
In summer, Tahoe offers world class hiking, mountain biking, boating, golf, etc. Golf at the Championship course is especially fun. The ball flies at least a full club farther (and curves less if you slice) due to the thinner air at elevation. I have more power than finesse and have hit drives close to 400 yards and have made an eagle on the par 5 tenth hole with an 2 iron off the tee and a wedge into the green. There is a popular walking and running path on Lakeshore Boulevard close by. There are 2 private beaches that you can access for a guest fee ($12 for adults, $4 for children under 18). One private beach has a boat ramp, the other has an Olympic size swimming pool overlooking the lake (with lifeguards and a waterslide), and a huge grassy area with a finger that goes out into the lake. Both beaches have concessions, sand volleyball courts, and charcoal barbeques. Emerald Bay on the West shore of Lake Tahoe is the most photographed place in the world.
Casino gaming is close by, including the Hyatt in Incline Village (less than 5 miles from the house), and the nearby casinos near the California borders in North and South Lake Tahoe, and of course Reno, where I work. Reno and its international airport are a 45 minute drive away.
My home is located on a cul-de sac with almost no traffic. In the summer, I love golf, barbequeing, boating, lounging on the deck and stargazing. Thousands of stars are visible due to the elevation and lack of city lights.
The flume trail, rated one of the top 5 mountain bike rides in the world, ends in Incline Village at the former Ponderosa Ranch. I've done it once and it was amazing and very challenging. Marlette Lake is perched well up above the level of Lake Tahoe and is a perfect place to break for lunch. My favorite hike is the Rubicon Trail on the West shore of Lake Tahoe, a 6 mile one way hike with spectacular lake views that ends at Emerald Bay. During the summer a free public bus returns you to your car at D.L. Bliss state park. See http://www.bluego.org/documents/westshore_activities.pdf
Another wonderful hike goes up to the old Stateline fire lookout behind the Biltmore Casino in Crystal Bay. The lookout is rather difficult to find, so don’t bother looking for signs. From my house, drive 5-10 minutes almost to the California border to Crystal Bay, Nevada, turn up Reservoir Road between the Tahoe Biltmore Lodge and the old Tahoe Mariner casinos (just before you reach the Biltmore), then turn right at the firehouse. Continue up the hill until you reach a point where a steeper U.S. Forest Service road doubles back to the left above you. Follow this for a quarter mile beyond the green metal gate to the parking lot. Make sure not to block the gate. The Stateline Fire Lookout, though often overlooked and off the beaten path, is probably the best high-elevation vantage point on Lake Tahoe’s North Shore. This is an especially great place to bring your kids. A short quarter mile hike uphill gives you an extremely rewarding and spectacular bird’s eye view. See http://www.tahoelifeofluxury.com/stateline-fire-lookout-incredible-lake-tahoe-views/
Many other wonderful hikes are close by and I've got a book describing them for you.
More About This Location
Lake nearby, Mountain nearby
Golf course within 30 minute drive
Nearest shops, 2 miles
Nearest beach, 3 miles
Nearest train station: Truckee Amtrack Station , 18 miles
Nearest airport: Reno / Tahoe International (RNO), 32 miles
Car is essential
Last updated on August 20, 2014
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- Tax rate | 13% of rent
- Cleaning fee | $180 per stay
- Damage deposit | $300
- Fees for additional guests may apply.
- Pet | $100
Additional notes from the owner
Credit cards accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Discover. Bank debits preferred. Secure payments online. I prefer to process payments through VRBO's system. Personal checks may be accepted well in advance of stay. No cashier's checks or money orders. Cleaning fee $180 including tax for groups up to 8, $210 + 13% tax for groups of 9-12. Cleaning in excess of 4 hours results in extra charges of $50 per hour. Room taxes of 13% apply to rent and dog fees. Refundable security/damage deposit $300. Potty trained dogs may be accepted by owner, for additional dog fee of $10 per night for 1 dog, $15 per night for 2 dogs. Additional refundable deposit for dogs $200. No other pets allowed. Dog rules apply.
You get access to Incline Village's pristine private beaches for a small guest fee paid at the entrance to the beaches - $12 per day for adults, $4 per day for children.
There will be a $20 per person per night charge for each person in excess of 10. No groups larger than 12 and no unauthorized pets may stay overnight or you lose your damage deposit(s). This is not a party house, it is in a quiet residential neighborhood and the neighbors have my phone number.
CANCELLATION/REFUND POLICY: Rent and taxes are refundable less a $100 fee for cancellations up to 60 days prior to check in. If you cancel after that date, damage deposits + cleaning and dog fees are refundable but rent and taxes are nonrefundable unless I am able to rebook the house for the dates you reserved. I encourage you to consider purchasing trip-cancellation insurance. See www.insuremytrip.com.
- Alarm Clock
- Washing Machine
- Linens Provided
- Ceiling Fans
- Clothes Dryer
- Soap/Shampoo Provided
- Central heating
- Short breaks allowed (1-4 days)
- Hair dryer
- Towels Provided
- Local Guides/Maps
- Fitness Room
- High chair
Phone / Internet
- Fax Machine
- Internet Access
Pool / Spa
- Shared outdoor pool (unheated)
- Shared indoor pool
- Hot Tub/Jacuzzi
- Secure parking space
- Private Beach
- Mountain Views
- Ocean or water views
- Paper Towels Provided
- Stove or Oven
- Stereo or CD player
- DVD Player
- Satellite or cable TV
- Outdoor Dining Area
- Balcony or terrace
- Boat available
- 8 Dining chairs
- 8 Lounge chairs
- Pet friendly - yes
- Smoking allowed - ask
- Suitable for children - yes
- Suitable for the elderly - yes
- Wheelchair accessible - ask
- 2300 square feet