The Lower Tyner Subdivision is highly desirable amongst locals and second home owners. The neighborhood is made up of mostly single-family homes with a few condos on Lariat Circle. There are a total of 343 homes here. Home prices here tend to be less expensive then the Eastern Slope, making it a better choice for many buyers.
Properties located here generally have either a lake or forest view. Lake views range from “peek” for some properties on Woodridge Circle, to “panoramic” for those on Dale Drive and some parts of Tyner Way.
First Creek and Second Creek are year-round creeks that flows from high on the mountain directly to either side the Lower Tyner Subdivision. These two creeks are located in massive ravines, creating incredible views for several homes here. Looking west over the First Creek ravine, homeowners see nothing but open space for miles.
Elevations in the Lower Tyner Subdivision range from 6,450ft up to 7,150ft. School bus routes include Tyner Way, Knotty Pine Drive, and Valley Drive. Many of the homes in the upper elevations
Lower Tyner Subdivision Market Statistics
During 2019, there were 17 single-family homes sold ranging in price from $650,000 – $5,000,000. The median sale price was $1,610,000. Also during 2019 there were 2 condominiums that sold priced at $385,000 and $765,000.
Lower Tyner Subdivision Market Expert
In Incline Village and Lake Tahoe, it’s important to work with someone who lives and works here. Cole knows the ins and the outs of the local Incline Village real estate market and can help guide you, ultimately ending in a seamless and stress-free real estate transaction.
There are occasionally sales that happen “off-market” in the Lower Tyner Subdivision. In order to not “miss out” on your Lake Tahoe dream home, contact Cole today as your qualified real estate specialist for the neighborhood.
Cole is a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist (CLHMS), specializing in properties in excess of $1M.
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Lower Tyner Homes for Sale
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