Skyland boasts of an enviable location along the south-east shore of Lake Tahoe, Nevada (think no state income taxes.) Within this quiet neighborhood, one will find approximately 245 residential homes ranging the area’s mid-range of $400,000 – $500,000 level to exquisite multi-million dollar lake front estates. Currently the average sold price is $976,000. The entire neighborhood is designed around the sloping topography allowing for improved lake views, natural boulder accents and larger lots.
One of the biggest highlights for the Skyland residents is the private sandy beach located near the west end of Skyland Drive. This sunny quiet beach is ideal for swimming, picnicking and launching of small craft such as kayaks and canoes. The entrance to the beach can be easily spotted at the corner where one finds the trademark outdoor fireplace.
Another popular feature to the Skyland neighborhood is the adjacent forested trails and beaches leading to the ever popular Zephyr Cove Resort. Here one can enjoy beach volleyball, dining, boating and winter outdoor recreation. Within a few short minutes is the local library, and fire department…and only 5 minutes to a mall with a full-service grocery store,, the Post Office, and yummy restaurants. Five minutes further south are all the major casinos, restaurants, ice skating and Gondola to the top of the Sierra. Heading north, Skyland is only 20 minutes over Spooner pass to Carson City. Just checking out this aerial view of Skyland will assure you that this neighborhood is something special.
Skyland Homes for Sale
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