10 Reasons This Tahoe Cabin is Perfect For You

10 Reasons This Tahoe Cabin is Perfect For You

Tahoe Cabin List

  1. Priced just under $400,000!
  2. Brand new 50-year roof.
  3. Fantastic knotty alder laminate flooring throughout.
  4. Beautifully remodeled kitchen with custom cabinets, granite counter tops, and new appliances.
  5. Huge Trex deck that is also rated for a hot tub to be placed on it!
  6. Freshly installed high-end Hunter Douglas windows and coverings.
  7. Large upstairs loft area.
  8. It comes furnished!
  9. There are 600 square feet of additional coverage to use or sell.
  10. A two car garage AND a partially completed basement!


Price: $395,000

Address: 1555 Oflyng Dr., South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150

Square Feet: 1304

Beds:  3

Baths: 2

Year Built: 1976

Lot Size: 20517 square feet


1555 Oflyng

Tahoe Chalet Information

Beautiful, updated, and cozy Tahoe mountain chalet. A large circular driveway, and massive wrap-around deck greet you as you walk up to this home which also has a brand new 50-year roof. Inside you’ll immediately be wowed by the stunning alder laminate floors, large new Hunter Douglas vinyl windows looking out on the forest, and a remote controlled gas fireplace. You can walk out to the hot-tub rated Trex deck from the remodeled kitchen which has granite counter tops and stainless steel GE appliances. On the first floor are two bedrooms, a hallway closet with your laundry, and a modernized bathroom. Up the stairs is another updated bathroom with a wonderful loft/office to the front of the home, and the master bedroom to the rear of it. The home features central heating AND air conditioning, a partially completed basement, a two car garage, it even comes furnished, and 600 sf of additional coverage to use! Take a look at this perfect Tahoe cabin, and you’ll feel like you’re coming home.

Snow in Tahoe and the Home Inventory

We Got Some Snow!

Finally right?  It is way past due, and is very appreciated. What does fresh snow mean for the Lake Tahoe real estate market though?

Well, the inventory of Tahoe homes for sale is pretty low right now. When inventory is low we have a seller’s market and we start to see prices rise. Prices have risen slowly but steadily recently. With a potentially large influx of tourism now that we got some snow, we could see prices rise even a bit more as our visitors take the time to look at our home inventory.  Any Tahoe homes currently up for sale should benefit greatly from this.

If you’ve been thinking about selling your Lake Tahoe home, then now is a great time. With a low inventory plus an influx of buyers, it means more money for you and a potentially shorter time on the market.  As a seller you have fewer tahoe homes to compete with as the home inventory is so low.  Pull the trigger.

Tahoe Snow Report

Tahoe Snow Report

Report:  Almost none.

I can only assume that you’ve seen one of the many stories covering Tahoe’s lack of snow.  As of right now they’re saying that we’ll be getting snow this weekend, but unfortunately every time they’ve said that this year nothing at all has come of it.

Here’s a Tahoe snow report blog that I’ve been following lately : http://opensnow.com/dailysnow/tahoe.  It is written by a man named Bryan Allegretto.  I really like the blog because he doesn’t seem to try and get everyone hyped up and over-excited for a coming storm *ahem* every big news agency out there *ahem*.  If you’re looking to keep an eye on potential Tahoe snow, I’d check there first.

barbeque coals in a weber at nightObviously the lack of snow accumulation is going to be an issue, and not just for Lake Tahoe, but for California as a whole.  Unless we get to have an actual Tahoe snow report soon, summer is going to be rough in the water department.  There isn’t much we can do about it right now though.  I suppose we can all start conserving water early, which is something that we are doing at home.  I guess you can pray if that is your thing.  There is a popular event here in Tahoe called “Pray for Snow”.  I’ve also seen stickers and posters up at various establishments calling on people to “Dance for Snow”, “Chant for Snow”, and ‘Believe in the Snow”.  I’m willing to do all of them at this point, and I hope you’ll join me!  Other than that though, I’m making the best of the lack of snow, and winter weather in general.  Most evenings after my afternoon run you can find me outside, barbecuing.