This charming community boasts a total of 114 homes and 22 townhomes known as Cave Rock Villas. The majority of these residences boast good to excellent lake views, providing residents with the opportunity to wake up to the beauty of Lake Tahoe..
Cave Rock neighborhood offers spacious lots, with many properties covering more than half an acre. This generous space ensures privacy and room for outdoor activities, allowing residents to make the most of the natural beauty that surrounds them.
A unique feature of Cave Rock is the presence of 57 U.S. Forest Service lots, integrating the neighborhood seamlessly with the surrounding wilderness. Nature enthusiasts will relish the opportunity to explore the nearby hiking trails that connect to the famous Tahoe Rim Trail, offering endless adventures and breathtaking vistas.
For beach and boating lovers, Cave Rock has a prime location with Cave Rock state beach and boat ramp situated just across the street from the neighborhood’s entrance. Whether it’s swimming, sunbathing, or water sports, residents can easily indulge in the aquatic pleasures of Lake Tahoe.
Those who seek even more breathtaking views can venture just half a mile up Cave Rock Drive to find the hiking trail leading to the top of the Cave Rock Tunnel. From this vantage point, one can witness some of the most spectacular panoramic views of Lake Tahoe, making it a favorite spot for both locals and visitors alike.
Convenience is also a hallmark of Cave Rock. The neighborhood is situated approximately 6.7 miles away from the California/Nevada state line, making it easy for residents to explore both states and their respective attractions. Moreover, just 9.4 miles away, residents can access Heavenly’s Boulder Lodge and lift, making winter sports and mountain adventures readily accessible.
Families with children will appreciate the presence of Douglas County School bus stops conveniently located where Cave Rock Estates meets Highway 50, ensuring a safe and efficient commute to school.
In terms of governance, Cave Rock operates without an HOA (Homeowners Association), offering homeowners more flexibility and autonomy. However, it does have CC&Rs (Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions), ensuring that the neighborhood maintains its charm and high standards.
Water and sewer services are provided by Douglas County Utilities and Tahoe Douglas Sewer, offering reliable infrastructure and services to the community.
Cave Rock is a captivating neighborhood that celebrates the best of Lake Tahoe’s natural beauty. Its prime location, abundant recreational opportunities, and spacious properties make it an ideal place to call home for those seeking an enchanting blend of nature and modern living.
- 114 homes and 22 townhomes-Cave Rock Villas, most have good to excellent lake views
- Many lots are more than half an acre
- 57 U.S. Forest Service lots
- Cave Rock state beach and boat ramp across the street from the Cave Rock entrance
- Hiking trails that connect to the Tahoe Rim Trail
- 6.7 Miles to CA/NV state line
- 9.4 to Heavenly’s boulder lodge and lift
- Douglas County School bus stops where Cave Rock Estates meets Highway 50
- HOA: NO
- CC&Rs: YES
- Water/Sewer District: Douglas County Utilities & Tahoe Douglas Sewer
- 1/2 of a mile up Cave Rock Dr. is the hiking trail to the top of the Cave Rock Tunnel offering some of the most spectacular views of all of Lake Tahoe
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