Lake Tahoe, NV

Residences

Room to Spread Out

We didn't design Sierra Colina to maximize the number of units—we designed it to maximize your enjoyment. Our private, gated community includes both freestanding and duet homes, giving you the flexibility to find the perfect fit.

And with 18 acres of pristine forest surrounding you, you've got room to breathe, too.

Sierra Colina homes feature "Mountain Modern" design, creating a flow between the indoors and outdoors while coexisting harmoniously with the environment in both spirit and function. High-end exteriors blend seamlessly into warm and inviting interiors—perfect for entertaining—with luxurious master suites, kitchens for the serious cook, dramatic vaulted ceilings, fireplaces and more. And because getting outside has an outsized significance in Lake Tahoe, we've built in expansive spaces for you to savor the views while lounging under the sun or the stars.

Explore floor plans and finishes above, or contact us today to begin your Sierra Colina experience.

Floor plans are not to scale. Front elevation and window styles vary with each home design. Continuing a policy of consistent research excellence, Sierra Colina reserves the right to make changes or modifications to plan specifications, materials, features, colors, floor plans, pricing and availability without notice.

From the Blog

Two things to consider: taxes and tech

If you're considering a second home, there are a number of reasons Sierra Colina is an excellent option—from the world-class activities of Lake Tahoe to luxurious finishes and floor plans designed to help you and those you love create memorable experiences.

Those are far from the only considerations, of course: A couple of recent Wall Street Journal pieces noted a few other things you'll want to think about before making such an important purchase, as well as ways you can use technology to your advantage (subscription required to access stories). Here's a sampling of those thoughts, and how Sierra Colina fits with each.

Bigger isn't always better.
"By all means, choose [a second home] that suits your tastes and needs ... but if you want to get your money out of it someday—or even make a profit—you should bear in mind the nature of the second-home market," according to one of the WSJ stories. A home that is too large can be seen as a hassle to maintain, while too much property might turn off buyers who want privacy but not isolation.

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Location still matters, but in a different way.