Lake Tahoe’s East Shore extends from Incline Village through Glenbrook all the way to Stateline, NV. One of the most sparsely populated areas of the lake, the northern section primarily consists of State Park and Bureau of Land Management land. Located on the stretch along Hwy 28 is historic Thunderbird Lodge, open in summer for tours, and Sand Harbor, very popular for its spectacular beach in summer and for its Shakespeare performances at the beautiful amphitheater.
Once on Hwy 50, you reach the Glenbrook gated community, the oldest settlement at Lake Tahoe with fewer than 300 residents. Built around a pristine alpine meadow with dramatic views of Shakespeare rock, residents enjoy a large sandy beach with pier, a gorgeous private 9-hole golf course and restaurant, and miles of beautiful hiking trails steps from their doors. From Glenbrook down to Stateline you’ll find an array of intimate neighborhoods peppered down the shoreline, many with some of the most amazing views you’ll find on Lake Tahoe.
Further south, you’ll find Zephyr Cove that has a very good high school, several gorgeous beaches, good basic shopping and beautiful Round Hill Pines Beach. Here you can catch the paddleboat, MS Dixie, to cruise to Emerald Bay and tour the shoreline. Stateline, NV, is a where you’ll find the majority of casino resorts at Lake Tahoe along with beautiful Edgewood golf course and Edgewood Hotel, perfectly situated along the shoreline. There are very nice beaches, hiking trails and homes with lovely lake views on the hillside. The east shore offers a variety of property, and except for Glenbrook, it’s generally less expensive than Incline Village. Once into Zephyr Cove and Stateline, you’ll start to see an array of condo choices along with homes on and off the water.
Available Homes in East Shore
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