Gondola Vista Estates
Gondola Vista Estate homes are the only private Ski-in, Ski-out homes on the South Shore. Located adjacent to Van Sickle Park and under the Heavenly Mountain Gondola. These custom built homes are a level above with all the quality craftsmanship you would want in a luxury resort estate. Granite, natural stone heated floors, hickory hardwood floors, hydronic floor heating, corten metal and hardy siding, metal roofing, electric car charging stations, full sprinkler systems, multiple zone heating are just some of the finishes you can find in these homes. Situated in a serene mountain setting.
Gondola Vista Estate homes are located within a few minutes’ walk from the Stateline casino core. You will enjoy the convenient location to the Heavenly Gondola for skiing or sight seeing. Take a quick walk to the Heavenly Gondola and enjoy a 2.4 mile ride up the Heavenly Mountain Gondola, it will leave you breathless as you take in panoramic views of Lake Tahoe. On your way up, stop at The Observation Deck – a 14,000 square foot mid-station observation platform, located at 9,123 feet. Take in views of the Carson Valley, Desolation Wilderness and shore-to-shore views of Lake Tahoe.
Enjoy the Shops at Heavenly steps away and revive yourself with a latte and light lunch or meet up with friends and family for dinner at one of the Shops’ eateries.
The private gated community is adjacent to Van Sickle Park, the largest bed base in the Lake Tahoe Basin, and will connect with the Conservancy’s proposed South Tahoe Greenway, the Tahoe Rim Trail’s Van Sickle Connector and Daggett Trail System, and the nearby, Conservancy-funded Explore Tahoe Urban Trailhead.
The site is unique in its location within the Basin’s largest urban area. Within a few minutes’ walk from the casino core, it is possible to enjoy a high-quality natural experience. This strategic location immediately transitions from the dense urban context to a natural setting and provides opportunities for skiing, hiking and extraordinary views of Lake Tahoe.
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Van Sickle Bi-State Park represents a long held vision and partnership between the states of California and Nevada and a regionally significant recreational opportunity at Lake Tahoe. When the Van Sickle family donated 542 acres to the Nevada Division of State Parks (NDSP) in 1989 to create a new park, the Nevada Division of State Parks (NDSP) and the California Department of Parks and Recreation envisioned acquisition of the adjacent 156 acres on the California side to develop the nation’s first bi-state park. In 2001, the Conservancy purchased the California property to bring this concept to fruition. A resource inventory and vision planning process included such amenities as day use areas, an equestrian trail-head and historical/cultural interpretation of the park’s historic equestrian complex.