Known for its huge pine trees, it only makes sense that at least one neighborhood in Incline Village would be named after the majestic ponderosa. And, to a lesser extent after the famous local ranch that was home to the fictitious Cartwright family.
There are approximately 270 parcels in this mid- to lower-elevation neighborhood. The lot sizes rangeg from .40 to .70 acres. Parcels tend to have some slope to them. If you are looking to buy a home in North Lake Tahoe this is a great area for families, with low traffic and school buses picking up kids on most corners.
Located above Highway 28 and west of Highway 431, many of the homes have full or partial lake views. Almost all of them, as is usualy the case in Incline, most also enjoy serene, forested backyards. Some higher elevation streets have beautiful canyon and Crystal Bay views, along with easy access to hiking trails.
There are several seasonal creeks running through this area, and many protected U.S. Forest Service lots, which add value and privacy to homes. Prices start at around $480,000 and go up to approximately 9.0M.