Glenbrook-Zephyr

East shore Lake Tahoe

Most of the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe is national forest, and will be left “forever wild”. Glenbrook and Zephyr Cove are two private communities nestled among the beautiful forest and sandy beaches that dot the shoreline. Glenbrook includes the communities of Uppaway Estates, Cedarbrook, Logan Creek and Pittman Terrace. Zephyr Cove includes communities of Elk Point, Round Hill, Pinewild, Zephyr Heights, Marla Bay, Skyland, Hidden Wood, Lakeridge, Lincoln Park and Cave Rock Estates.

In the past, young Glenbrook played host to presidents and Hollywood socialites. The social scene of today’s Glenbrook is still lively, and continues to cater to an extraordinary community. Zephyr Cove, a Tahoe historical landmark south of Glenbrook, provides an extra place for serious recreation-loving people. Glenbrook homeowners have sole access to more than a half-mile of private beach, acres of lush meadow trails, pier, and buoys. For an additional fee, community members can also enjoy a private 9-hole golf course, clubhouse, restaurant and separate tennis club.  Glenbrook is touted for its fabulous estates, lake view and lakefront town homes, charming cottages, and elegant custom homes.

Zephyr Cove is a cozy place to live. . . “Old Tahoe” at its best. Just south of Glenbrook in Douglas County, it hugs Tahoe’s eastern shoreline along Highway 50 and provides comfortable close-knit communities with a home style feel. You’ll find Zephyr Cove is a haven for recreation-loving people-1,200 of them live right here.  The prominent tunnel at Cave Rock lends to easy access to parks, sandy beaches, and trails. Historic Zephyr Cove Resort features a lodge, campground, riding stables, shops and general store. It’s a home base for those who like to have fun, and also a homeport to Lake Tahoe paddle-wheeler MS Dixie II. Lofty, lake view and lakefront homes and diverse architecture accent the quaint and comfortable neighborhoods here. View area info and events…

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