Lake Tahoe’s East Shore offers quiet mountain retreats with incredible views. Property owners here benefit from Nevada’s attractive tax advantages. Much of the Tahoe East Shore real estate, from Glenbrook through Lake Ridge and Skyland on to Zephyr Cove, offers a sparsely populated area of the lake, which overlooks the picturesque boulder-strewn green-blue waters found along those shores.
This breathtaking, quiet niche of Lake Tahoe offers a wide selection of real estate options, from exclusive private estates to intimate mountain hideaways. Here you will find your high-altitude lake refuge, and feel worlds away from the traffic, chaos, and stress of urban living.
If you prefer a moderately larger community environment and more amenities closer by, Stateline offers a small mountain town feel, and, as it sits just inside the Nevada state line, the same preferable tax codes found further down the shore. Stateline boarders South Lake Tahoe, so residents can enjoy the gaming and nightlife within their immediate community, or pop over the state line to take in what its bigger neighbor has to offer.
The East Shore’s Spooner Lake and Backcountry State Park offers year-round access to the outdoors: cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and sledding in the winter, and hiking and mountain biking once the snow melts. The park spans over 12,000 acres and offers 50 miles of trails, including the beloved Flume Trail. Ample beach access along the East Shore allows you to delight in the refreshing waters of Lake Tahoe or relax along the shore while taking in the unique beauty of your surroundings.
Glenbrook is located at the base of Highway 50, providing quick access to Carson City and Reno beyond. Stateline, in addition to being adjacent to South Lake Tahoe, sits at the base of Kingsbury Grade, which drops into the smaller Nevada towns of Minden and Gardnerville, with Carson City to the north, on the east edge of the Sierra Nevada Range.