I love working on the West Shore if for no other reason than the excuse to have lunch at the Tahoma PDQ Deli, breakfast at the Fire Sign, a late afternoon snack at Obexer’s in Homewood while sitting outside on a bench checking out Ralph’s boats, an adult beverage at the West Shore Café at the very end of the day or to do anything at anytime at Sunnyside. Of course hitting an all-time favorite in the Bridgetender on the way in or way out of the West Shore is always on my radar. Sometimes I even get some work done on the West Shore. One of my favorite home sales was with some good friends who bought a home in Tahoe Pines. It was a classic West Shore type cabin tucked in the woods. The last time I visited them I rode bikes with my family on the bike path from Tahoe City all the way to their Tahoe Pines beach. They had walked down for the day to hang out with friends for hours on their private beach while the kids split time swimming from buoy to buoy and playing games on the beach, not a bad day. The home options on the West Shore range from the authentic old Tahoe cabins in Tahoma from $300,000 to the $10 million dollar lakefronts that are to die for. The best lakefronts on the lake are on the West Shore due to having some of the flattest lots on the lake.
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