TAHOE TAVERN CONDOMINIUMS
300 West Lake Blvd.
Tahoe City, CA 96145
Lakefront Condominium Development
West Shore Lake Tahoe, California
The Tahoe Tavern Condominium development is a luxury lakefront development in Tahoe City on the West Shore of Lake Tahoe.
The Tahoe Tavern complex is located less than one (1) mile from the "Y" in Tahoe City, California on West Lake Tahoe and is very close to the heart of downtown Tahoe City making it easy to shop, dine, visit local galleries, museums, see a movie, and so much more. The Tahoe Tavern development offers convenience and all of the wonderful luxury amenities that come with a Lake Tahoe lakefront development.
Tahoe Tavern condo floor plans vary and range from two (2), three (3), or four (4) bedroom units. There are lakefront, lake view, and forest/garden units within the
Tahoe Tavern amenities include a seasonal heated pool (closed in winter), six (6) tennis courts, pier with buoys & a pier attendant (seasonal), sandy beach, and walking trails throughout the property.
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The Tahoe Tavern is a well-known location, and has a long, rich Lake Tahoe history. The original Tahoe Tavern was built in 1901 and became an internationally famous mountain resort. The
luxurious accommodations and amenities included a casino, ballroom, and pier. The San Francisco Bay area society sought out the elegant resort and it was the “in” place to be and be seen at.
Originally, the Tahoe Tavern was designed by Walter Danforth Bliss for the Duane Bliss family. Walter Bliss was also the architect for the Ehrman Mansion. Today, visitors can still see and tour the original mansion at the Sugar State Park in Tahoma, California. When you look at photographs of the original structure at the Tahoe Tavern and the Ehrman Mansion you'll see the similarities in the two buildings.
In 1906, a sixty (60) room annex south of the main hotel was built. A second floor was added in 1907, and that area included a casino with a bowling alley, novelty and barbershop, and a ballroom with a stage. Other construction projects in 1907 made the Tavern an almost self-sustaining entity with a physician's office, a laundry, a
steam plant, and their own water system, which brought in piped water from above Tahoe City.
In 1925, a new glamorous, luxury wing was added, along with a new bar in the casino. In 1926, the coffee shop, sundeck and pier with rocked-in boat wells were built. As transportation and recreational interests in American changed, the Tavern would add garages, which were constructed in 1927, along with tennis courts, and a livery
stable. In the '20s and '30s the ballroom would be turned into a motion picture theater featuring the first talking movies.
Like so many of the other historic buildings in the area, the original Tahoe Tavern complex burned down in the 1960’s. After the devastating fire, the structure was torn down.
The Moana Development Corporation would purchase the property and construct the present-day condominiums in three phases beginning in the mid-1960’s. Today, the only reminder of the original historic Tahoe Tavern is the pool and
rock stairway in the middle of the development.
The Tahoe Tavern complex and units were designed by Jim Morton, who was known for his open floor plans, dark woods, and big beamed work. The Tahoe Tavern development has over 150 units in the complex and is a very desirable second home, or vacation destination in the Tahoe City area.
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Tahoe Tavern Condominium Complex Features:
- Lakeside Heated Seasonal Pool (Summer Use)
- Outdoor Hot Tub/Spa
- Six (6) Tennis Courts
- Lakefront Property Development
- Private Pier for Owners Use - Approximately 800' Long
- Buoy Field (Buoy Access) - +/-90 Buoys; maximum boat length 27
- HOA Buoy Access See HOA Rules for more information.
- Private Beach
- Lakefront Condos
- Lake View Condos
- Forest/Garden Condos
- Two (2), Three (3) , and Four (4) Bedroom Floor Plans
- 156 Units per Placer County Records
- Development is approximately +/- Acres
- Built in: Built in three phases beginning in the 1960's
- Located in Placer County
- Property Type: Condominium
- Pets are allowed for owners. See HOA Rules for more information on pet policy.
- HOA fee covers: Exterior maintenance, snow removal (parking lots and path| grounds inside fenced areas), pool, pier, tennis courts, security, building/grounds insurance, and trash.
- HOA fees are $2,892/quarter (which is approximately $964/month) (For the year: 2019)
- No Transfer Fee between owners, but there is a document preparation fee from the HOA management company $200 (For the year: 2019)
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