Angora Highlands is a popular Lake Tahoe neighborhood where home buyers search of coveted mountain and lake view real estate for sale. Not too far from South Lake Tahoe’s Y area this serene, out-of-the-way area was damaged by wildfires in 2007, but since then it has become a notably popular spot for new home construction, and many of the newer estates reflect the latest trends in home design and green building considerations. For buyers looking for more modest homes for sale, many properties built in the 1970s survived the wildfires and appear on the market occasionally. As of this writing, a few parcels of land are still available for those looking to build their own tucked-away dream home with stunning mountain views, so if that sounds appealing to you, you’ll want to act fast!
Angora Highlands stands in stark contrast to the more lively areas of South Lake Tahoe. It’s ideal for home buyers looking for some peace and quiet in a pristine natural setting, far from busy roads and tourist attractions. This neighborhood is adjacent to US Forest Service Land and Fallen Leaf Lake, and provides some of the best fishing, hiking, and biking off the beaten path in the Lake Tahoe basin. It’s not completely removed from civilization, as the Shops at the Y, Raleys, the post office, and several bars and restaurants are within short driving distance.
Real estate in Angora Highlands tends to lean on the pricier side for Tahoe homes for sale, particularly the newer estates; home prices tend to run over $400,000 with mountain and lake view homes for sale reaching near or above $1,000,000. You will find some smaller, lower priced homes from time to time so if there isn’t something in your price range now it might be soon.
Angora Highlands Homes for Sale
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