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Get to know Incline Village

Incline Village’s roots go way back to 1878 when loggers built the Great Incline Tramway. Today this picturesque town, situated on Lake Tahoe’s North Shore, is noted for its spectacular views and various mountain retreats. Known for its pristine lake and alpine skiing, Lake Tahoe is surrounded by Tahoe National Forest inhabited by more than 290 animal types and 1,000 species of plants. Designated camping and hiking on existing trails abound. Properties in Incline Village and neighboring Crystal Bay are high in demand matching the high price tags. Its prominent location near the mountains, beaches, local skiing, golf courses, and community amenities are reasons many flock to this refined town. Some single-family houses are scattered among the available condos and townhomes in the area. Local schools include local Sierra Nevada College as well as public schools for K-12 and the Lake Tahoe School, a private K-8 school. Beautiful mansions adorn the Village, which is also home to well-known hotels and restaurants, where visitors and residents can enjoy everything from pizza, pasta, tapas and cocktails, and seafood. The town is also home to the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, a highlight of the summer here at nearby Sand Harbor. Incline Village is a destination for those wanting an upscale way of life with a vibe that also speaks of the great outdoors. It’s becoming a hot destination for people who want the mellow vibe of the outdoors while living life on their own terms.
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Living in the Lake Tahoe Area

Lake Tahoe is big and deep, and the area around it contains multitudes. Two states (with two very different philosophies) share it, and the cities that hug its shore have their own impressive personalities. There are Old West mountain towns, high-rise party palaces, perfectly rustic ski villages, and ritzy hotels and residence clubs that are cities unto themselves. In the areas that aren’t set aside as nature preserves, great homes — and great second homes — climb up into the forests where their residents relax in some of the world’s most beautiful surrounds. The lake is an unblemished sapphire in the greenest of settings, and each community puts its love and respect for nature first. In the winter, the area can be blanketed by some of the deepest snowfall on the continent, and the summers open up miles of trails, rafting and fishing in the rivers, and a distinctly Tahoe boating culture.

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