Additional Information

House Details

3 Bedroom 4.5 Bath Modern Luxury Rental Home


  • King Suite
  • Queen (junior suite)
  • Queen (junior suite)
  • Loft Bedroom/Game Room: Open plan with pool table and convertible twin sleepers
  • Sleeps six or eight with loft sleepers


  • King Suite dual shower head 10-foot tall natural rock shower
  • Queen Suite double sink shower/bath
  • Queen Suite double sink shower/bath
  • Loft triple shower head/steam shower
  • Living area half bathroom


  • Extensive Cookware and Serveware
  • Thermador gas range
  • All new appliances
  • Stocked dry-good pantry


  • Panoramic Views from all rooms
  • Beach Access at Tahoe Beach Association
  • Swedish Sauna
  • Living room and dining room fireplaces
  • En-suite televisions and electric fireplaces in bedrooms
  • Extensive decks
  • Outdoor Gas Grill
  • Surround-sound entertainment center
  • Hydronic floor heating system
  • Full washer and dryer
  • Double car garage

Nearby Attractions

Below are a few highlights of the many attractions available near 1865 Tahoe Park Heights. You will also find a number of books, guides and directories available for your use at the house if you'd like to plan your days while you are there.

Our Top Spots for Dining

Wolfdale's. Wolfdale’s blends the flavors of the West and the Far East to create “Cuisine Unique”. The fabulous food combinations and lakeside atmosphere make this restaurant our absolute favorite in the entire Tahoe basin. Tell Jan the head waiter and sommelier you are renting with us and ask her to help you pick the wine for your meal. Located in downtown Tahoe City, lakeside across the street from the Pepper Tree Inn. (530) 583-5700

Tahoe House. Located less than a mile from the house on highway 89, Tahoe house makes great lattes and cappuccinos, with homemade breads and pastries to match. They also have a great spread of gourmet-take away for a quick and easy après-ski or après-lake meal. Sit by the fire in the winter and outside on the patio in the summer. (530) 583-1377

Firesign Café. Located near Sunnyside, at the bottom of the hill from the house. Drive down in two minutes, or walk down for some brisk exercise in the summer. Firesign is the place to go for cooked breakfasts and lunches that are healthy. Try their pecan waffles. The restaurant is a favorite with the locals so you may have to wait if you don't get there early. (530) 583-0871

Rubicon Deli. A hidden Gem in the Tahoe Tree Nursery on Highway 89, the Rubicon Deli serves sandwiches big enough to split with homemade breads and spreads that create great combinations! Turn on Grandlibakken Rd. and park at the Tahoe Tree Company to access the deli. (530) 583-0579

Winter Attractions

  • Downhill Skiing
    Squaw Valley. Some of the best skiing is 9 miles from the house at Squaw Valley. (530)583-6985
    Alpine Meadows. Alpine is seven miles away, with the backside only a few miles away. (530)581-4232
    Homewood. Great views and prices and a good place to learn to ski, just four miles from the house. (530)525-2900
  • Cross Country/Nordic Skiing/Snowshoeing
    Paige Meadows Wilderness Area. Right up the street from us, Paige Meadows has great cross country skiing tracks and paths for snowshoeing. Equipment can be rented from downtown Tahoe City.
  • Sledding
    Tahoe City - On Highway 89 right near the "Y". Look for lots of parked cars and bring your own equipment. Granlibakken Resort - On Granlibakken Rd, off of highway 89. $3/day to sled, a bit more to rent sledding equipment.
  • Snowmobiling and Snowcat Rental
    Tahoe City Snowmobiling - (530) 583-1516
    Snowcats for Hire - Hire a snowcat to access backcountry areas for picnics and ski trips. (530) 583-5370
  • Ice Skating
    Olympic Ice Pavilion - At Squaw High Camp. Open year-round. (530) 583-6300.

Summer Attractions

  • Beaches
    Rental includes access to the Tahoe Park Beach Association
  • Boating, Jet Skiing, and Parasailing
    Tahoe City Marina - (530) 583-1039
    High Sierra Water Ski School at Sunnyside Marina - (530) 583-7417
  • Kayaking and Canoeing
    Tahoe City Kayak - (530) 581-4336
  • River Rafting & Floating
    Raft or tube down the Truckee River. Safe for families and small children, the river is a gentle ride and not for those looking for white water rafting. Truckee River Raft Co. - (530) 583-0123 Truckee River Rafting - (530) 583-5606
  • Other Possibilities
    Nature walks
    Bungee Jumping

Pick up a free copy of the Tahoe Truckee Weekly Magazine at the Albertson's or Safeway in Tahoe City on your way in to get additional information about local events and activities. Tahoe Guide provides one of the most comprehensive list of resources and information about Lake Tahoe online.