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Tahoe Keys
This is a private marina neighborhood at the water’s edge made up of higher end homes and condos, most with lake access. These properties sit on 740 acres with 11 miles of inland waterways, allowing for waterfront homes with boat docks out the back and breathtaking views of mountains and Lake Tahoe.


Meyers
This community is made up of approximately 475 homes with an average lot size of 6000 sq ft. You’ll find all styles of homes from the classic A-frame to ranchers and newly built mini-mansions. The views that you can get from these properties range from forest, river, mountain ridge lines and golf courses. 


Tahoe Island Park
As you’re driving on Hwy 89 towards Camp Richardson, you’ll notice a small neighborhood tucked back on the right side of the road. This is the Tahoe Island Park neighborhood. Consisting of approximately 400 homes, this is a quaint neighborhood made up of homes built between the 60’s and 70’s with a few newer construction homes as well.


Country Club Estates
While this neighborhood does not encompass a country club, its close proximity to both Lake Tahoe Golf Course and Paradise Golf Course gives it the namesake. Street names reflect well know golf courses like “Pebble Beach” and “Apple Hill.” Elks Club Drive used to be the site of the original Elks Club which was torn down awhile ago. Many locals use this space as the starting point for kayaking and floating down the Upper Truckee River, which meanders through meadows and forests until it spills out into Tahoe Keys marsh and Lake Tahoe.

Bijou 1 and 2
Bijou 1 makes up the majority of the area while Bijou 2 is found within a “pocket” near the west side of Highway 50 (turn off Rufus Allen Blvd) and Johnson Blvd. Bijou municipal golf course is located in the middle of this neighborhood offering some spectacular views from back yards and decks. From the golf course one can travel down Johnson Ave to Al Tahoe and find the newly renovated Bijou Park with amenities including a skate park, basket ball courts, play ground, Dog Park, roller derby course, BMX track, disc golf course and picnic area.


Heavenly Valley
Situated at the base of the California side of Heavenly Ski Resort is a diverse neighborhood made up of approximately 500 homes. These properties range from some of South Lake Tahoe’s most expensive homes with lake views, smaller historical cabins typical of Tahoe in the early 1950’s, condos, townhouses and even a timeshare resort.

Sierra Tract
This is one of South Lake Tahoe’s older neighborhoods with homes ranging from the early 1950’s up to 2014 builds. There is a mixture of both Single Family Residences (SFR) and Multi-Family (MF) dwellings as well as commercial properties on Highway 50. There are a number of restaurants and shops within walking distance as well as a bus line with shuttle service to the ski resorts.

Christmas Valley
Located approximately ten to fifteen minutes from the center of South Lake Tahoe, this area truly embraces the mountain lifestyle with its peacefulness and picturesque mountain views, tall pine trees, open meadows and the Upper Truckee River. There are numerous trails providing access to hiking, biking, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and fly fishing.


Gardner Mountain
As you’re traveling east on Hwy 89 towards Camp Richardson, you’ll notice a neighborhood tucked back into the mountain side – this is known as Gardner Mountain. Starting from Lake Tahoe Blvd at the intersection of Hwy 50, this neighborhood encompasses the left side of Hwy 89, all the way down to the condominium development called St Francis of the Woods.