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Parks & Recreation in Tahoe City : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Sep 26, 2013
Olja Mihic answered:
Mon Aug 12, 2013
Olja Mihic answered:
You already got an answer below, but I just wanted to add that few associations on the west shore have buoys you can rent very inexpensively if you are a home owner in those neighborhoods. Chamberlands and Tahoe Park are the two popular ones, so if you are not a member of such an HOA, and need a buoy, it is a great time to trade up. I have several clients doing it.
The HOA fees are also very reasonable. In Tahoe Park it is only 260/year (plus buoy rental).
You can search all the west shore properties here by clicking on the area of the map:
http://www.charmingcabins.com/search-properties/search-lake-tahoe-real-estate-by-map/
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
Aaron Wilson answered:
To the ski areas. Alpine Meadows is probably my favorite because depending on where you park you can "ski in ski out" and let your dog run on the snow right next to your car!
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Wed Aug 7, 2013
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