Dollar Point currently has 26 homes listed for sale. The prices range from $679,000 – $3,750,000 for a lakefront.
There are 3 Lakefronts on the market in Dollar Point and 7 Lake views. Here is a sampling of the Dollar Point homes. If you would like to keep informed of the Latest Dollar Point Homes contact me and I can update you immediately.
This contemporary single family home with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, a 1 car garage is listed at
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Saturday July 30th
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Sugar Pine Point State Park Tahoma, CA 96142
Ehrman Mansion Saturday, July 30, 2011
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Tahoe Donner is exactly what many people have in mind when they picture theirmountain dream home. Tahoe Donner is often the first choice for second home owners in the Truckee area. The 6,000 acre planned mountain community offers many amenities and a terrific location, with super easy access from Interstate 80, and very close to town for shopping, dining, and more.
Just North of Highway 80 on the west side of Truckee this established community has many advantages. With 6,000 units, Tahoe Donner is the largest subdivision in the market and features many greenbelt areas and open spaces.
Home styles range from small A frame style cabins to luxury custom homes.Settings range from shady pine forest, open meadow views, to spectacular panoramic mountain views. Quiet streets curve up into the mountains through lush woods, and grand natural cedar cabins sitting under clear blue skies among the tall pines.
Amenities include an 18 hole championship golf course, downhill and cross country ski areas, three swimming pools, new fitness center, equestrian center and beach/boat launch facility on Donner Lake. The Trout Creek Center with fitness facilities, pools, spas, sauna, and summer day camps for kids.
How much are Tahoe Donner HOA fees and who pays these fees?
The Tahoe Donner HOA fee for 2011 is $1330. The HOA fees are collected from every property owner and owners with multiple properties pay the annual fee for each piece of property owned. Condo owners also pay the Tahoe Donner HOA fee. Each property is entitled to 4 picture I.D.’s for family members.What are the Tahoe Donner Amenities and who can use them?
Tahoe Donner has a number of amenities including: Trout Creek Recreation Center (2 pools, gym, spas, steam room, sauna, locker rooms etc.), Northwoods Club House, Golf Course, Downhill and Cross-Country Ski Areas, Donner Lake Private Beach and Marina, Tennis Complex, Equestrian Center and the Alder Creek Campground. Only the Golf Course, Ski areas and Equestrian Center are open to the public.
Is there a fee to use the Amenities?
All the amenities have a use fee. Tahoe Donner homeowners may purchase an optional Recreation Pass($220 per year for 4 family members) which allows unlimited use of Trout Creek, Northwoods Club House, the Tennis Complex and Donner Lake Beach and Marina. Without a “Rec” Pass there is a once per day fee to use the amenities. Guests are required to pay the daily fee to use the amenities. Homeowners pay a discounted use fee from the public rates for Golfing and Skiing. Homeowners may also purchase a discounted season pass for the Golf Course and Ski Areas.
I define Old Tahoe Homes as Cabins or Estates that were built before 1950. These Lake Cabins or Estate where primarily used in the summer. Families would come from the San Francisco Bay Area either by train or by car and send 2 or 3 months, at Tahoe.
Lakefront Cabin : Many of these cabins where not built for winter use, so the insulation isn’t what it is on newer homes. Still the Old Tahoe Cabin and Estates are some of my favorite Properties. Often the lots are bigger or have the best locations. The cheaper cabins where set up in a more Camp Like setting. These can be found in neighborhoods such as Tahoma on Lake Tahoe’s west shore, or Kings Beach on the Northshore of Lake Tahoe, or on the West End of Donner Lake.
Extensively Remodled Grand 1911 Old Tahoe Lodge is beautifully Landscated with Blackwood Creek adjacent to the property. Only 1 block to the beach or the trail to Eagle Rock. This is the dream single family home of many on Lake Tahoe’s Westshore.
Old Tahoe’s have a charm and character that is difficult to duplicate. The Honey Glow of the aged wood is something special. If buying an Old Tahoe or remodeling I recommend you take the time in picking out the details. I have a wonderful designer I work with you can help you make it a magical place.
You may want to follow this blog as I will definately have more to say about Old Tahoe’s. Contact me if you’d like to discuss your old tahoe, or buying an old tahoe.
Pier and 2 buoys. This property is going over a Remodel.
Located in quiet area of Truckee, yet close to down.
Imagine 20 acres …Open Space, Covered Porch. Mountain Craftsman’s finishes. 1 bedroom , 1 bath
Pinedrop Lane:Located on a quiet non-through street on Tahoe’s Northshore just a short drive to Large Sandy Beach and Northstar Ski Resort. This 4 bedroom 2 bath Old Tahoe Getaway is perfect for privacy with a large lot and green space across the street. Listed at $499,000 MLS 20111654
Bank Owned: Rare Opportunity: Located on Tahoe’s west shore In Homewood is only 2 blocks to the lake. This Old Tahoe Cabin built origanally in 1912 has been nicely updated with 6 bedroom and 5 bath this Single Family home has 3728 Sq Ft. and a large lot.
Listed at $599,000 MLS: 20111522
A Boater’s Paradise Private Pier and Own buoy
Meet at the 5 Lakes Trail Head near the west end of Alpine Meadows road . The trail has many switch backs towards the Five Lakes plateau and up the through Alpine Meadows Valley
The two mile trail maintains little more than a slight incline, but still gains nine hundred feet of elevation before reaching the lakes. With the Kids take lots of breaks. I don’t recommend it for children under 8 years or who aren’t fit. Bring lots of water and make it lots of stops. On the warmest Tahoe days this trail lacks a great deal of shade, but the lakes themselves provide plenty of cover from the sun and opportunities to cool off in the waters.
A four mile hike roundtrip takes you to the lakes and back, but if you want to explore the lakes themselves, add another mile or so. Trails exist between all the lakes, making them nicely accessible.
This summer due to the high snow levels, I don’t recommend this hike until mid July when the snow has retreated, the Five Lakes Trail is one of the easiest and most accessible hikes in the Granite Chief Wilderness. So you’ll see other hiker on the trail. Once you’re at the lakes themselves you’ll have plenty of chances for private space.
These are the two hikes to start with. I promise I will update you on other hikes as the summer goes along. You can follow me on Twitter if you’d like updates.
Celebrate 4th of july at Squaw Valley. Skiing all Weekend. Free Concert and Fireworks on Sunday July 3rd. Come check it out.
If you are planning on watching the fireworks at Tahoe…Remember. It is cold in the mountians at night. I recommend a very warm coat, hat and maybe even a blanket. Bring the beach chairs and enjoy the show.
Tahoe City – Fireworks at Commons Beach at 9:30 p.m. Monday, July 4 (free).Incline Village – Free fireworks Monday, July 4 at 9:30 p.m. off Incline Beach.
Truckee – Fireworks scheduled for Monday, July 4 at West End Beach at Donner Lake at dusk.
If you have to head home on Monday you can enjoy the fireworks on Sunday Night July 3rd.
Kings Beach – Annual fireworks display Sunday, July 3 (free). Also a deck party celebration at the North Tahoe Event Center, beginning at 7 p.m.
Squaw Valley USA – Free fireworks Sunday, July 3 at 9:15 p.m.