WELCOME TO STATELINE
Stateline is home to five open casinos, four of which qualify as resorts: MontBleu (formerly Caesar's), Harrah's Lake Tahoe, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe (formerly Horizon), and Harveys Lake Tahoe. The Lakeside Inn caters to locals and modest gamblers.
Many of the hotels in the neighboring town of South Lake Tahoe, California organize buses to take residents to the casinos in Stateline. Stateline and South Lake Tahoe are effectively one town, with the state line intersecting with U.S. Route 50 immediately after the Harrah's and Harvey's casinos. As commercial gambling establishments are illegal in California unless built on Indian reservations, the casinos are extremely popular with California residents due to their strategic location right on the stateline.
Another well-known feature of Stateline is Kingsbury Grade, which runs up and over a mountain pass, rising from Lake Tahoe and dropping down to Gardnerville on the other side. Most of Stateline's residential and seasonal accommodation, amenities and services are located on or near Kingsbury Grade. The route can be difficult in the winter months and snow chains are essential during this time. Larger vehicles are required to allow traffic to pass when five or more vehicles are queueing behind them.
Stateline includes the communities of; Lower Kingsbury, Middle Kingsbury, Upper Kingsbury and Summit.
THINGS TO DO
Van Sickle Bi-State Park is a public recreation area straddling the border of California and Nevada, USA, that overlooks Lake Tahoe and preserves the memory of Henry Van Sickle, a key member in the founding of Genoa and the surrounding area.
This quaint beach with dunes & pine trees lends itself to swimming, boating, cycling & picnics.
East Peak is a mountain in the Carson Range of western Nevada, United States. It is the highest point in Douglas County. The summit is in the Heavenly ski area and is the location of East Peak Lodge.
Friday's Station, on US 50 between Kingsbury Grade and Loop Road in Stateline, Nevada, is a 2 ¹⁄₂-story building built as a Pony Express station and inn in 1860
MARKET STATISTICS FOR 2019 & 2018
# Sold During 2019: 62
Median Price: $658,175
Median Price Per Foot: $372
# Sold During 2018: 76
Median Price: $791,750
Median Price Per Foot: $349
Condos / Townhomes
# Sold During 2019: 51
Median Price: $405,000
Median Price Per Foot: $350
# Sold During 2018: 61
Median Price: $356,000
Median Price Per Foot: $319