Homes for Sale in Crystal Bay, NV
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Crystal Bay is slightly east of the California-Nevada border on the north side of Lake Tahoe, near Stateline Point. In the 1920s, construction developer Norman Blitz began developing the small peninsula projecting from the northern shore of Lake Tahoe. The building he constructed started as a land sales office and became the Ta-Neva-Ho in 1927, the first Crystal Bay casino. Crystal Bay had a significant tourist draw by the time the ’60s came, bringing high-end celebrities to the area like Frank Sinatra, who purchased the Cal Neva Resort in 1960.
Formerly known as the Crystal Bay Club, the Crystal Bay Casino offers table games, slot machines, and a sportsbook, in addition to frequent live entertainment, the Steak & Lobster House, and the Border House Hotel next door. The Tahoe Biltmore opened in 1946 to residents and tourists, known as the Nevada Lodge, then the Cal-Neva Biltmore, before settling on its final name in the ’80s.
The Crystal Bay Cove Condominiums mark the halfway point between the bay and Incline Village just down the highway. Crystal Bay residents have easy access to many of the same entertainment and amenities as residents of Incline Village. The Incline Village Recreation Center is a 37,000 square foot complex with group fitness classes, a cardio room, weight room, pool, sauna, massage therapy, and a Pro shop. The Incline Village Tennis Center provides ten tennis courts and eight pickleball courts. It is conveniently located next to the recreation center and is open from May to October.
Incline Park sits directly behind the middle school with three softball or baseball fields only available through reservation. Incline Skate Park is in the northern part of the park, near Tahoe Boulevard. South of the tennis center is the Incline Bike Park, a closed-loop dirt track designed for all skill levels and ages aiming to bring the community together through biking. Crystal Bay residents can also choose from two 18-hole golf courses in the neighboring city. Incline Village Mountain Golf Course and Incline Village Championship Golf Course are only two and a half miles apart, providing golfers with incredible views of Lake Tahoe. Sand Harbor State Park is roughly 15 minutes from Crystal Bay, with unique rock structures lining its beaches. The park is home to the annual Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival every summer.
Students in Crystal Bay again head to Incline Village for education from the Washoe County School District. Students begin at Incline Elementary School then graduate to Incline Middle School, just south of the elementary school next to Incline Park. Incline High School, home of the Highlanders, educates the teens of Crystal Bay. All schools are within a ten-minute drive of the peninsula city.
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