The Westshore of Lake Tahoe is where you will find Old Tahoe. Winding past the “Y” in Tahoe City through Sunnyside, Homewood, Tahoma, and then Rubicon before reaching Emerald Bay, there is an effortless, era gone-by feel that is unique to the Westshore.
In summer, hop on your boat and dine at classic restaurants like Sunnyside and Chambers’ Landing that have been enjoyed for generations. Enjoy the paved bike paths that wind through this end of Tahoe. Or simple bask in the glorious water.
The close proximity of Homewood Ski Area, Squaw Valley, and Alpine Meadows, the Westshore is a great location for easy ski and snowboard access. If downhill skiing or snowboarding is not for you, try cross country skiing at the Sugar Pine Point State Park, or take a guided moon light snowshoe tour.
Westshore Lake Tahoe Real Estate
Lakefront estates on the Westshore often have multiple acres, as well as deep water piers, and hundreds of feet of shore line. If you enjoy a secluded setting, many of the cabins across from the lake are nicely wooded and are bordered by National Forest land. Westshore real estate begins at about $200,000 for smaller cabin homes and can well exceed $17,000,000 for larger homes. Westshore condos begin at $300,000 and can exceed $2,000,000.