LAKE TAHOE PARK HOA NEIGHBORHOOD Single Family Homes
Tahoe City, California 96145
Lake Tahoe Park HOA Neighborhood Summary of Features:
- Neighborhood Location: West Shore Lake Tahoe | Approximately 2miles south on 89 South next door to Tahoe Pines and the Sunnyside Resort area.
- Locally known as just “Tahoe Park” it is a well-known VOLUNTARY home owner association.
- Membership can be relinquished one time, however, once a property relinquishes its membership it is irrevocable and the lot/property cannot re-join under the current rules.
- Tahoe Park membership involves several neighborhoods on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe and the West Shore of Tahoe City including: Lake Tahoe Park, Tahoe Park (both located off Hwy 89 S), Tahoe Park Heights (Between Lake Tahoe / Tahoe Park and Talmont), Talmont and Tahoe Woods.
- The lower Tahoe Park area is sometimes referred to as the “Sunnyside area” as these mountain homes and cabins are also close to the Sunnyside Resort (restaurant, bar, and hotel), Fire Sign Café and the West Shore Market.
- Approximately +/- 700 members in the Lake Tahoe Park Association (up to four owners on one property, with each property only having one vote)
- Variety of Setting: Mountain, Forest, Lake View
- About 30% of the properties are located a very short distance from the HOA beach/park area. A number of properties in Talmont, or Tahoe Woods areas have views of Lake Tahoe.
- The homes, and condos (are a mix of older, classic Tahoe cabins, but there are a number of newer, larger mountain homes. Depending on what you are looking for, these West Shore of Lake Tahoe neighborhoods have a lot to offer.
- Approximately two (2) miles to the “Y” in Downtown Tahoe City – Easy in-and-out location.
- Voluntary Private Homeowners Association (HOA)
- Gated lakefront beach area – new system in place as of May 1, 2023
- On-site Bathrooms
- Two (2) Piers
- Buoy Access – Approximately 50 Buoys. See HOA rules for use. HOA uses 3 Buoys, which leaves 47 buoys for assignment
- Buoys for Boats under 27 feet in length | Rules for Mooring Lines
- Full Season
- Half Season
- Weekly Rentals (possibly up to 2 buoys set aside for weekly use)
- Buoy Field is limited and boats must comply with usage dates
- Additional Amenities:
- Picnic Tables
- Boccee Ball Court
- Sandy Volleyball Court
- Bike Rack
- Playground Equipment
- Kayak Racks (Additional Fee for Use – see CCR’s for more information)
- Variety of Homes in the neighborhood:
- Older Tahoe-style Cabins
- Newer Mountain Style Homes
- Lake View Homes in Talmont and/or Tahoe Woods | Split Lakefront Homes (Home on the west side of Hwy 89 south with deeded lakefront property/parcel on the east side of Hwy 89 south that belongs to the property)
- there are some mini-condo buildings, mostly 2 units configurations, but there is at least one 4-unit condo building in the association in the Tahoe Woods neighborhoon
- Located in: The community of Tahoe City – unincorporated), Placer County, CA
- HOA Fees: For the year: 2023
- Approximately $385/year
- Doc Prep and Transfer Fees/Charges when Ownership Changes: $3,000
- HOA Fee: HOA fee covers access to the private HOA lakefront beach area, and pier/decks. See CC&R’s for more information.
- HOA Buoy Fees: Season, Monthly and Weekly Rates Available. Check with HOA rules for current rates and rules
- HOA Managed Website: https://laketahoepark.com/
- HOA Management by: Lake Tahoe Park Association | 1700 Sequoia AvePO Box 5771, Tahoe City, CA 96145 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For all of your Tahoe Real Estate Needs:
Laura A. Allen | 530.414.1260 | Laura@TahoeLaura.com
BROKER ASSOCIATE, Tahoe Real Estate Agent
Coldwell Banker, Tahoe City – Truckee, CA
All information is deemed reliable, but is subject to change, and/or correction without notice.
Buyers and Sellers should investigate and verify all information to their own satisfaction.
Lake Tahoe Park HOA Neighborhood